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Historic Chautauqua Park is a 74-acre site with wooded rolling hills & flowing springs. This natural area with its 2.5 miles of trails consists of cool, clear springs, spring-fed creeks, and a 35-acre lake. Wildlife found within the park consists of wading birds, waterfowl, and birds of prey - notably hawks, owls, and osprey. Deer, turkey, and foxes are occasionally spotted within the park.
Hiking trail network around beautiful Chewalla Lake, the largest reservoir in the 147,000 acre Holly Springs National Forest; fully developed recreational area, beach, swimming, and campsites with RV hookups.
9 miles newly reconstructed single track linear trail through woods. Bluffs rise 80' above water providing view of Aberdeen Lake, lock and dam.
Located on the north side of beautiful Enid Lake. 6 tent sites, 45 RV sites (paved), 10 pull-thrus (72'), 35 back-ins (40'), hook-ups (45W, 45E), 50 amps, 22 shaded spots, 45 side hook-ups, dump station, slide-out accommodations, handicapped accessible.
Facilities: Restrooms, showers.
Recreation: Swimming, fishing, boating, 1/4-mile hiking trail.
Chickasaw WMA is located in Chickasaw County near Houston. From Houston, take Hwy 15 north to the intersection of Hwy 32 East. Turn east (right) toward Okolona and travel 10 miles. The headquarters is on the left side of Highway 32. From Okolona, take Hwy 32 west toward Houston. Travel 10 miles; headquarters building is on the right side of Highway 32.
A system of three birding trails around Choctaw Lake as follows: Lakeside Trail - 1.2 miles of mixed pine-hardwood forest and lakeside; many species of woodland birds and large wading birds; Chata-Cabin Lake Trail - 1.5 mile trail through hilly, mixed-hardwood forest to and alongside Cabin Lake; interesting assortment of breeding songbirds; Noxubee Hills/Beaverlodge Trail - 1.6 miles trail through a variety of excellent woodland habitats of pine, mixed upland, and bottomland hardwood (some hilly), along creeks, small beaver ponds, providing excellent opportunity for viewing many species; birding brochure listing species and map available in Forest Service Office
Located on beautiful 100-acre Choctaw Lake. Tent sites, 20 RV sites (paved, back-ins - 35'), hook-up(s) (20W, 20E), 30 amps, dump station, handicapped accessible. Reservations must be made at least 4 days in advance. During peak season (May 1- Sept. 15) campsites 1-12 are available on a first-come first-serve basis and campsites 13-21 are open for reservations. All sites are reservable during holiday days w/ a 3 day minimum. Visit www.recreation.gov or call 1-877-444-6777 to make reservations.
Facilities: Restrooms, showers.
Recreation: Choctaw Lake has an active fish management program and scenic hiking trails - Headwaters Trail, Cabin Lake Trail, Chatta Trail, Lake Trail and Noxubee Hills Biking Trail.
Choctaw WMA is located in Choctaw and Winston Counties near Ackerman. From Ackerman, take Hwy 15 south 3.3 miles to Choctaw Lake Rd. Turn east (left) and follow signs to Choctaw WMA headquarters.
Located 30 miles north of Vicksburg on Hwy 465 offering fishing and hunting on over 100,000 acres of public hunting land along the Mississippi River and oxbow lakes.
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