Seasonal swimming pool, tennis, laundry facility, recreation building, waterskiing, fishing. Two golf villas located on Sardis Lower Lake with adjacent 18-hole championship golf course.
4235 State Park Rd.
Sardis, MS 38666
Sites: 20 cabins, tent sites, 200 RV sites (paved), 200 back-ins ( 50'x10'), 50 full hook-ups (200 W, 50S, 200E), 20/30/50 amps, dump station, pet restrictions
Facilities: Restrooms, showers, laundry, security, firewood, LP gas, cable, visitor/activity building, group camping; picnic tables, grills
Recreation: Located on Lake John W. Kyle offering swimming pool, fishing, boating, wildlife viewing, hiking trails, nature trails, 2 tennis courts, 18-hole Mallard Pointe Golf Course; Nearby attractions: Sardis Lake (58,500-acres), Oxford, MS - home to the University of Mississippi, Rowan Oak (William Faulkner's home)
From Starkville, take Hiwy 25 South toward Louisville. Travel approximately 10 miles and turn left onto Dorman Lake Road. Permit station is on the left. (There is no headquarters building in this area).
Details: 8244 Acres
Enjoy 67-acres of farmland fun: hayrides, pony rides, a new playground, fishing, and over 150 friendly animals to enjoy. Special seasonal events such as an Easter egg hunt, Fall Family Day and Christmas costume characters and rides. Available for company picnics, birthday parties, family reunions, church outings, and educational field trips.
5960 Tchulahoma Rd.
Southaven, MS 38671
Activity area, bicycle path, boat launch, cabins, 30 RV sites, fishing, nature trail, swimming, water playground, swimming area in lake-lifeguards on duty, three water slides, two diving boards, beach chairs, sand beach; 1/2-mile nature trail around lake, 100-acre spring-fed lake, two catfish reservoirs, restaurant
Lake Tiak O'Khata Rd.
Louisville, MS 39339
Sites: 5 cabins, 30 RV sites (paved), 1 pull-thru (30 ft.), 29 back-ins (30 ft.), 30 full hook-ups, 30/50 amp, shaded spots, side hook-ups, dump station
Facilities: Restrooms, showers, internet hook-up, cable, WiFi, conference/meeting
Recreation: Swimming, fishing, horseshoes, hiking trails, fishing/pedal boat rental, tennis courts, ping-pong, basketball/volleyball courts
72 Rooms, handicapped accessible rooms, smoking rooms, outdoor pool, game room, restaurant, entertainment, golf package, conference rooms, senior discount and Mississippi & The American Hotel & Lodging Association member.
213 Smyth Lake Rd.
Louisville, MS 39339
5646 Graysport Rd.
Grenada, MS 38902
Sites: Tent sites, 51 RV sites (paved), 51 back-ins (32'), hook-ups (51W, 51E), 51 side hook-ups, 50 amps, 45 shaded spots, dump station, handicapped accessible, pet restrictions
Facilities: Restrooms, showers, security
Nearby attractions: Grenada Lake Visitor Center (museum, gift shop, theater, and scenic overlook of Grenada Lake), The Restored "Modified Star" Confederate Fort; located on 36,000-acre beautiful Grenada Lake that is surrounded by pine & hardwood forest, truly an outdoors paradise; fishing, boating, hiking, wildlife viewing
This 48,000 acre refuge consists mostly of bottomland and upland forests. The endangered red-cockaded woodpecker relies on the refuge for its existence. In addition, many neotropical birds inhabit the forests. Recreational opportunities include fishing, hunting, hiking, photography, and wildlife observation. No-wake boating; observation areas for waterfowl, migratory birds, and wide variety of wildlife; group educational programs available by prior arrangement; boat ramp, canoeing & tubing, nature trail, fishing, and picnic area. BIRDING: Red-cockaded woodpeckers actively managed and monitored for year-round viewing; more than 254 species of birds and numerous other wildlife; view from roads, 7 trails, 3 overlooks; permanent telescope at Goose Overlook; brochures, maps, bird list available at refuge office; state-of-the-art education center. HIKING: New education center; variety of trails available: Woodpecker Trail-excellent viewing of red-cockaded woodpeckers; easily accessible. Beaver Dam Trail-2 miles; excellent wildlife viewing. Trail of the Big Trees-4 miles. Wilderness Trail-3.4 miles; begins at footbridge crossing Noxubee River. Scattertown Trail-1.75 miles in Bevils Hill area of Refuge; most scenic trail; steep terrain. PADDLE TRIPS: Canoe Bluff Lake. Note: Public hunting area, check hunting areas and seasons.
Off Bluff Lake Rd., 15 miles South of Starkville
Brooksville, MS 39739
4 miles of guided and paved nature trails along Tennesse-Tombigbee River; birding and wildlife viewing, spring and fall wildflowers, beautiful scenery, 65 to 70 million-year-old fossils in Cretaceous deposits visible in 60' bluff along old river channel; diverse plant, animal, and bird life; environmental center featuring historic exhibit displaying artifacts Cretaceous era to present; modern guest rooms available for rent, meetings, conferences, family reunions, weddings. The Plymouth Bluff area has a large population of deer and is home to wild turkeys, raccoons, beavers, rabbits, squirrels, armadillos, and occasional foxes and coyotes. Wood ducks are common, as well as Canadian geese that are on the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway. The area also contains a number of interesting plant species and communities, including some very large specimens of post oak and osage orange. Nearly four miles of nature trails provide additional opportunities to observe nature and enjoy some impressive scenery along the river bluff. Some of the trails have an asphalt surface for use by physically challenged visitors. Guests of the Plymouth Bluff Center will find facilities purposely designed to blend into the natural environment, while providing accommodations for study, recreation, and appreciation of river and the land.
2200 Old West Point Rd.
Columbus, MS 39701
Toll-Free: 877.462.8439 x 6214
Over 6,000 acres in northeast Mississippi, Prairie Wildlife Preserve offers wing shooting wild quail on old field edges, hunting trophy bucks near a limestone creek bed, birding in restored native prairie habitat, peaceful horseback riding through the prairie. Also manages a 450 acre wing shooting preserve. Over 10 miles of trails are being constructed, providing the ultimate atmosphere for the casual or avid bird watcher in primitive grass prairies, buffer strips, shrub corridors, and riparian and wetland areas; fishing; Nearby attractions: H.M. Ivy House c. 1845 located on the property.
Millions of fish are produced here each year. The hatchery consists of 25 acres, 14 earthen ponds and one lined pond, a hatching/rearing building, administrative offices, and maintenance buildings. Tour the 1903 Victorian manager's house and Grandmother's garden.
111 Elizabeth St.
Tupelo, MS 38802