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From primitive camping to full-service RV accommodations to cozy cabins, Mississippi's State Parks are fantastic places to stay. For complete information, click here.
Canoe/kayak the majestic Pascagoula River (designated a Mississippi Scenic Stream, seven access points not recommended without guide) with its varied freshwater and coastal ecosystems flowing through 30,000 acres of public land between Lucedale and Moss Point. The Pascagoula River is formed by the confluence of the Leaf and Chickasawhay Rivers and flows generally southward through swampy bottomlands forming several channels and bayous. The opportunities for recreation are incredibly diverse and varied. This wild and free flowing river system with the beauty of its pristine, natural state allows for the possibility of floating from a small headwater stream down the entire river to the ocean. It is one of the few places in the United States where it is possible to have that unique adventure while seeing the different ecosystems intact. Wildlife viewing along this river is highly sought after and treasured. Expect a large untamed coastal river with a wide flood plain featuring extensive cypress swamps. IMPO: Contact an outfitter or obtain a detailed map preferably with GIS from the Pascagoula Wildlife Managment Area Office for guidance. Without a guide, canoe at your own risk.
.> Outfitter - Eco Tours of South Mississippi, 228.297.8687
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