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The ARK Nature Trail is located 10 miles west of Hernando on Highway 304 just west of Fogg Road. Look for signs and parking area on the left just past Panther Creek.
Arkabutla Lake’s remote location is just seven miles from Hernando.
Fishing, Picnic Area, Disc Golf, Nature Trail, Fishing
Located on 17-acre Askew Lake. 5 tent sites, 99 RV sites (40 gravel, 59 grass), 84 pull-thrus (90'), 15 back-ins (90'), 69 full hook-ups, 30W 30E, 30/50 amps, 65 shaded spots, 32 side hook-ups, dump station, slide-out accommodations, patios available, handicapped accessible, pet restrictions.
Facilities: Restrooms, showers, store, laundry, groceries, RV supplies, security, firewood, LP gas, internet hook-up, WiFi.
Recreation: Swimming (pool & lake), fishing, boating, wildlife viewing, canoeing/kayaking/tubing on Big Black River, two miles of hiking and biking trails .
QUIET FAMILY PARK-ALL PAVED STREETS- 70 FOOT CONCRETE PADS-GREAT ASSCOIATES IN THE WORLD-RV STORAGE NEXT DOOR- NEW- 50 AMP SERVICE AT EACH SITE
107-mile route from Benndale to Monticello which passes through Wiggins and Columbia
Baseball diamonds, football field, concessions, playground.
9-mile non-technical, flat trail with lots of roots; very rough terrain.
The wide variety of habitats presents year-round viewing opportunities for resident and/or migrating populations of terrestrial animals, songbirds, waterfowl and an array of flora and aquatic life. Two small ponds and Bagley Lake are open to fishing.
Scenic hiking trail that runs through Bailey's Woods from the University Museum to Rowan Oak, home of Nobel prize winning author, William Faulkner.
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