4100-acre lake. Premier destination for bass fishermen. Scenic, majestic clay limestone cliffs overlook picnic areas, hiking trails, playground, and white sand beach. The class A, year-round campground features 92 sites with paved concrete pads, electrical and water hookups. Handicapped accessible. Laundry, bath-house, boat ramp.
Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway at Aberdeen
Full line of fishing supplies, boat ramp, over-night docking, fuel.
50151 Old Hwy 25
Aberdeen, MS 39730
South of Columbus, MS to Alabama state line.
Details: 8,300 Acres
Beautiful 40 acre lake with bream, bass, crappie and catfish. Five camper sites available with electricity, water & sewer hookups. 3200 sq. ft. building equipped with 2 restrooms and kitchen available for rent at $50 per day. Excellent for family reunions and group functions.
Hwy 9 North between Walthall and Bellefontaine, MS
Eupora, MS 39744
Admission: Fish for $3 a day or $25 for yearly permit. Camper sites $10 a night or $50 per week. Legion building available for rent $50 a day.
Sites: 5 RV sites (grass), 5 full hook-ups, 20 amps
Recreation: Fishing, boat launch
A sailor’s haven, a fisherman’s dream and a draw for hunters, campers and hikers, Arkabutla Lake is just 20 minutes south of Memphis, Tenn. in DeSoto County, Miss. Created by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on the Coldwater River, this 33,000-acre lake has prevailing westerly winds which makes it one of the best sailing lakes in the nation. It has eight boat ramps and 333 campsites, nature trails, picnic areas, hiking and biking trails, playgrounds and swimming beaches. More than 35,600 acres of land surrounding the lake are open to public hunting for waterfowl, small game and large game. Fish in the lake include largemouth and white bass, black and white crappie, channel and flathead catfish, and is rated one of the top-five crappie fishing locations in the U.S. Because of the lake’s turbidity and lack of depth, all game fish tend to stay shallow.
3905 Arkabutla Dam Road
Located just seven miles from Hernando. The 40,704 acre lake is rated one of the top five crappie fishing lakes in the country, and offers opportunities for largemouth and white bass, as well as channel and flathead catfish. Arkabutla opens 37,700 acres of land to the public for hunting throughout the year. It's prevailing westerly wind makes Arkabutla one of the best sailing lakes in the nation. You can enjoy excellent sailing, swimming at one of the three beaches, or setting up camp at one of 333 campsites. There are picnic areas, playgrounds and a variety of events year round, including a Deer Hunt for Persons with Disabilities. As part of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Arkabutla Lake features: activity area, bath house, boat ramp, developed camping (234), primitive camping (60), fishing, a nature trail, picnic areas, sailing, skiing, swimming, and RV dump station. Campground Facilities: Dub Patton, Hernando Point and South Abutment
3905 Arkabutla Dam Rd.
Part of the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway, featuring a 6,700 acre outstanding recreational and fishing lake with activity area, bath house, boat ramp, canoeing/tubing, fishing, nature trail, picnic areas, camping, sailing, skiing, swimming, hiking and laundry.
West of Dennis
82 Bay Springs Resource Rd.
Dennis, MS 38838
Bear Creek (voted in the top 100 float streams in the nation by Reserve America, designated a Mississippi Scenic Stream) is a stream that flows northward through beautiful scenery making a loop through the Appalachian foothills in Tishomingo State Park. Bear Creek displays rocky outcrops and provides the look and feel of mountain forest and slopes. Seasonal canoe float trip is offered with canoe rentals available by the Tishomingo State Park.
Blue Bluff Campground is located on the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway and also on peaceful Aberdeen Lake.
20051 Blue Bluff Rd.
Aberdeen, MS 39730
Sites: 92 RV sites (paved), 4 pull-thrus (60'), 88 back-ins (60'), 39 full hookups (89W, 89E), 20/30/50 amps, shaded spots, dump station, handicapped accessible, pet restrictions
Facilities: restrooms, showers, laundry, 6 reservable pavillions
Recreation: swimming, fishing, boating, wildlife viewing, hiking trails, biking trails, playgrounds, game courts
1,200 acre freshwater lake in Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge; fishing; new 1,000-foot long boardwalk journeying to an otherwise inaccessible cypress island, pleasantly shaded in summer and sheltered from wind during winter; roofed overlook at the end of the boardwalk with views of the cattle egret rookery in summer and beautiful view of Bluff Lake year-round; eagles and other waterbirds viewing.
14 miles South of Starkville
Oktoc Road Noxubee Refuge