Escatawpa Hollow campground is located on US Hwy 98 (Moffett Rd.) at the Alabama/Mississippi state line. The Campground is on the Escatawpa River. The River features breathtaking white sandy beaches and serene amber colored flat-water. The river is mainly shallow with deep holes for great fishing. The campground features a sandbar for the pleasure of its campers and guest at Escatawpa Hollow. There are walking trails in the scenic wooded areas, with surprises of the little bridges over natural creeks and low place, with a tree house in the woods for children. There are lots of different flora and fauna for everyone’s enjoyment.
Wild and Scenic River StudyIn a study conducted by the US Department of the Interior called the wild and scenic river study. It is noted that the Escatawpa River is probably the fines undeveloped black water stream in the nation. The Escatawpa River has a unique naturalness due primarily to the stewardship of the relatively few, large landowners.