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Providence Hill Farm and Providence Plantation are available for sporting clay shoots, wedding receptions, corporate retreats, graduation celebrations and other special events.
8-mile round trip partially looped trail nationally designated recreation trail begins and ends at Plum Point Recreation Area in George Payne Cossar State Park; winds through recreation area, sandy edge of reservoir, past deep gullies; primitive campground, swimming beach at Plum Point, large parking area, restroom at trailhead; no hitching racks.
23-mile marked trails in national forest, variety of scenic terrain, native plant life, crosses several local roads, offers option of several trails of varying lengths, 1.5 to 23 miles, open year-round, also primitive camping, nature trails, picnic areas
Trails: 35 miles of back country trails offers hiking, ATV riding, mountain biking and horseback riding.
Recreation: Along with our trails we offer 565-acre lake, 1/2 for fishing & skiing, 1/2 for fishing only; boating, wildlife viewing.
Camping: This campground is located minutes away from Tupelo National Battlefield and Brice's Crossroads. 10 cabins, 10 tent sites, 52 RV sites (paved), 3 pull-thus (60'), 49 back-ins (40'), 52 full hook-ups, 30/50 amps, dump station, slide-out accommodations, pet restrictions.
Facilities: Restrooms, showers, firewood, satellite TV.
15- Mile loop over beautiful terrain in Tombigbee National Forest, shorter loops available; topography formed by Ripley Formation and Prairie Bluff Chalk from Upper Cretaceous Period, approximately 70 million years ago; marine fossils, including shark teeth, fish vertebrae, large extinct clam Exogyra popular. Includes a 23-mile multi-loop scenic horseback riding trail.
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