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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.
23 mile long trail in De Soto National Forest traverses longleaf pine covered ridges, pitcher plant savannas, flooded tupelo/bald cypress swamps, offering excellent wildlife viewing
33-total-mile hiking trail system in scenic Civil War Battleground of Seige of Vicksburg; magnificent views overlooking Mississippi River; Al Scheller Scout Trail - 12-mile compass trail , physically demanding, rugged wooden terrain, loess bluffs; Trek Hiking Trail - 7 miles along Tour Road, battlegrounds and monuments; Trail Hiking Trail - 14 miles on Tour Road historic Civil War battle sites; visitors center; reserved guides available.
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.
Hiking trail in Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge offering excellent viewing of the rare red-cockaded woodpeckers
THE OFFICIAL TOURISM RESOURCE FOR THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI