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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.
4.4-mile hiking trail network in Roosevelt State Park around the east side of 125-acre Shadow Lake through large trees, consisting of Lakeview Trail, Hollow Hill Trail, Rolling Hill Trail, Civil War Hill Trail, Muscadine Trail, Pinelane Trail, Hanging Tree Trail; 540 acres with a 150- acre lake; nature/wildlife observation, area water sports, a water slide, multi-purpose sports field, fishing pier, campstore, fishing, paddle boat rental, picnic area, picnic pavilions, swimming beach (campground only), seasonal swimming pool, playground, and bath houses.
Hiking trail 1.75 mile in Bevils Hill area,most scenic hiking trail in refuge; steep terrain
23-mile trail winding through much of the northern half of the Bienville National Forest, great location to observe the endangered red-cockaded woodpecker
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
15-mile multipurpose trail located along the south side of Enid Lake. This trail offers visitors opportunities to ride horses or hike by foot. One main feature of this trail is Ford's Well. In the early 1900s, Ford's Well's therapeutic waters attracted local citizens.
Scenic views in Appalachian foothills, abundant in natural beauty. A unique landscape of massive rock formations, fern-filled crevices found nowhere else in Mississippi - more than 600 species of fern, wildflowers, bob white quail, wild turkey, hawks, vultures, ospreys, owls, wading birds; great viewing from diverse 13-mile hiking trail system including 3.5-mile Bear Creek Outcropping Trail beginning at 200' swinging bridge; cliffs, outcroppings, and overhangs, including rock climbing; 60' Jean's Overhang rock; free rock climbing permit at park office; helmets and safety equipment required.
Located in north-central Mississippi, this 67,000-acre national forest is covered with pine and upland hardwood. Several medium-sized lakes are located within the forest. This location is popular for hunting white-tail deer and turkey.
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.
1-mile hiking trail through a scenic area with large trees
Tuxachanie Hiking Trail is a 13.8-mile long trail that traverses longleaf pine covered ridges, pitcher plant savannas and flooded tupelo/bald cypress swamps.
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