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Map of the Pat Harrison Waterway District
The Pat Harrison Waterway District (PHWD) is a Mississippi State Agency that provides camping, cabins and recreational facilities in Mississippi and is responsible for managing the rivers and their tributaries along the Pascagoula River Basin in Southeastern and East Central Mississippi. In order to effectively accomplish this mission, PHWD focuses on three specific areas; flood control, water management, and recreation. PHWD operates a total of 8 water parks with recreational facilities including cabins, R.V. Camping sites, water slides, boat launches, shelters and lodge halls, nature trails, etc. These water parks are located adjacent to reservoirs and rivers.

Parks included in the Pat Harrison Waterway District:
  • Archusa Creek
  • Big Creek
  • Dry Creek
  • Dunn's Falls
  • Flint Creek Water Park
  • Maynor Creek
  • Okatibbee
  • Turkey Creek


Follow the links on the left to visit the different parks, find out camping rates, view features, and check out the photo galleries!

Winter Rate Blowout!

Starting October 7th through February 29th 2020, Pat Harrison Waterway District will offer the following off-season discounts: 

Monday - Thursday

    Cabins $70 per night (Contemporary, Rustic, A-Frame, Millennium, Bungalows)

Friday - Sunday

    Millenniums $100 per night

    Rustic / A-Frame $90 per night

    Contemporary / Bungalows $70

All week

    Camphouses $50 per night

Call now to book your reservation today 1-800-748-9403








Click here to view the report from the PEER Review Committee.

Click here to view the submissions for the 2015 photography contest.

Cabin Reservations:  1-800-748-9403
District Office:            1-800-748-9618
RV and Primitive Camping Reservations:  Call Individual Parks for Reservations
We offer a 10% Military Discount at all parks!
-Note: No "first come, first serve" in any PHWD parks EXCEPT Mohawk Campground at Flint Creek Water Park.

New Policy: The Board of Directors adopted a policy at their meeting, Thursday, July 25, 2019, that will limit occupancy of First Come, First Serve waterfront sites to only 14 consecutive days during the busiest season, March 1 - October 31.  Any guest wishing to stay longer will be required to vacate a waterfront campsite for a minimum of 14 days prior to being eligible to move back to another waterfront campsite during the busy season.  Campers who wish to come in off-season, November 1 - February 28, will be allowed to occupy a waterfront site for 4 consecutive months.  This policy will go into effect August 1st, 2019.  


Click to view Park Rules and Regulations
Click to view PHWD Reservation, Payment, and Refund Policies
View the Pat Harrison Waterway District 2017 Budget
 

Grant Applications

For information on grant applications and procedures, click here.



Who was Pat Harrison? Click here to find out!