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Parks & Rentals


PRVWSD owns and operates three large, day-use parks, which feature comfort stations, picnic shelters, open spaces, and various other amenities. The importance of open space parks such as these facilities helps ensure the connection to nature is not lost. The widespread use for public events and individual recreation highlights the need for unstructured outdoor spaces that can adapt to community needs.

Bobby Cleveland Park at Lakeshore

1112 Northshore Parkway 

Brandon, MS 39047

Bobby Cleveland Park at Lakeshore is a place for swimming, picnicking, and relaxation, featuring picturesque views of the Reservoir.

Pelahatchie Shore

1065 Northshore Parkway 

Brandon, MS 39047

Summer fun awaits the entire family at Pelahatchie Shore Park. The park features a public boat launch and disc golf course; Pavilion are also available for a small fee. Public picnic shelters and plenty of open space!

Old Trace Park

422 Post Road

Ridgeland, MS 39157

Old Trace Park is best known as the location of the annual Pepsi Pops concert. The Mississippi Symphony Orchestra welcomes summer with an evening of family fun each May. Come by boat or spread your picnic blanket in the park. See Mississippi Symphony Orchestra for schedule and details.

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Dog Parks

If your dogs need to stretch their legs, PRV has two easily accessible dog parks within the District located at Old Trace Park in Ridgeland and at Bobby Cleveland Park at Lakeshore in Brandon. The parks are open sunrise to sunset and come with admission to the park. Both parks have separate areas for smaller dogs. There is no attendant on duty, so please enjoy the parks at your own risk.

Old Trace

Bobby Cleveland Park at Lakeshore



Located along the scenic banks of the Ross Barnett Reservoir at Pelahatchie Shore Park, the 18-hole course has a balanced mix of shots, with mature pine lined tunnels, OB water hazards, and long open fields. It features a cart-friendly pathway and new DISCatcher Pro Mach II Targets and is nearby restrooms, covered pavilion, and water refill station.


Multi-use trails

The Pearl River Valley Water Supply District Multi-use Trails offer a mixture of challenge and scenic beauty along the Ross Barnett Reservoir. The District has 10 trail heads spread throughout the District many with public-access restrooms and water refill stations. The trail network includes a mixture of short and long-length trails perfect for walking, cycling, mountain biking or long-distance exercise.

View multi-use trails map here


Pavilion Rental

Pavilion Rentals for all Parks and Campgrounds

Pavilion Rental Only................................$100.00    (9:00 a.m. until sunset)

Any additions such as Space Jumps, Bounce House,DJ, Amplified Music, etc..........................$1000.00

For more info, contact Timberlake Campground at 601-992-9100

Pelahatchie Shore Park

Lakeshore Park

Old Trace Park



The Pearl River Valley Water Supply District collects a $5.00 per vehicle Traffic Control Fees at the Public Parks of the District on weekends and holidays during the peak use months.

Annual vehicle park passes may be purchased at the Timberlake Campground’s office of the PRVWSD located on Northshore Causeway, Brandon MS 39047 Monday-Friday between 8am and 5pm. The annual pass is sold at a cost of $30.00.

Vehicles displaying a current “REZ tag” will have traffic control fees waived.  The custom REZ tag is available for purchase at your local county tax assessor’s office.

For more information, regarding traffic control fee collections please contact Timberlake Campground's office at 601-992-9100.​  





Contact Timberlake Campground's office at 601-992-9100 to reserve a pavilion at our parks for special events such as:

  • Weddings​
  • Reunions
  • 5K Runs
  • Fundraisers
  • Community Events
  • Corporate Outings
  • Church Events/Functions