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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.
Home to Bethel ATV/Bicycle Trails, Airey Lake & POW Lake Area Recreation, Tuxachanie Hiking Trail and Big Foot Horse Trail. Miles of trails, camping and hiking. Some fees may apply.
Hiking on beautiful 3-mile trail with a suspended overlook, waterfall, winding around a pond, c. 1857 grist mill
Greenville Cypress Preserve is a sixteen acre tract of land that protects three stands of ancient Cypress trees. There is an open pavilion and walking trail on site. The trail goes through the open meadow and over the slough, through the mixed woodlands
3.5 Mile,hiking trail, beginning near park lodge, roundtrip trek to Little Mountain, 486' high; highest point near Grenada Lake.
Tent sites, 62 RV sites (paved), 4 pull-thrus (40'), 58 back-ins (40'), hookups (62W, 62E), 30/50 amps, shaded spots, dump station, patios, handicapped accessible, pet restrictions.
Facilities: Restrooms, showers, laundry, security.
Recreation: Swimming, fishing, fishing dock, boating, boat ramp, wildlife viewing, interpretive trail, hiking trails, playground, multi-use courts, picnic shelters.
The Leaf Wilderness is a 960-acre tract located in the flood plains of the Leaf River. All but the western edge of the wilderness, which is uplands, consist of meandering sloughs, oxbow lakes, and level terrain. Vegetation is mostly loblolly-shortleaf pine forest and oak-gum-cypress-spruce pine on the river bottoms. Access to this area is from the 1.5 mile hiking trail, the Leaf Trail.
Hiking trail 2.5 miles one-way in beautiful 365-acre woodland with bluffs and stream leading to Mayes Lake and Pear River swamp floor.
3-Mile historic hiking trail leading through land that originally belonged to famous Choctaw Indian Chief Greenwood LeFlore, featuring steep loess bluffs, beech trees, the scenic Potacocowa Creek, and cabin in pecan grove.
The Longleaf Trace is a 41-mile biking, hiking, and horseback-riding trail stretching between Prentiss and Hattiesburg in south-central Mississippi. Named for the variety of pine tree which dominate this part of the state, the Longleaf Trace is not only the first of its kind in the State of Mississippi, but one of the longest rail-trails in the United States. You can begin your trek at the University of Southern Mississippi, in Hattiesburg, or at Prentiss and anywhere in between.
2.2 Mile hiking trail loop in rugged terrain at Grenada Lake, featuring overlook of dam, outlet channel, and original channel of Yalobusha River, winding through deep hollows with ferns and virgin timber; visit Civil War sites in the area.
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