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Park has outside full-court basketball area, a 1600 sq. ft. open-air pavilion, picnic tables, state of the art playground, baseball/softball field, concession stand, bathroom amenities.
Visitors will enjoy our 2 playgrounds, 2 pavilions, 1000’ pier overlooking Gulf of Mexico, concession stand, restrooms, picnic areas, splash pad, Katrina Memorial, and nature trail.
Park offers visitors a chance to sit outside and relax while reading. Public library located nearby. Park features sparkling fountain and vibrant mural. Park donated by the Bryan Foods Family.
A creative adventure into the history of the Mississippi River and the fabulous paddle wheel steamboats that once traveled its mighty waters. Enjoy all the sights and musical sounds within this public park and imagine the Mississippi River life that once flourished along these waterways. Hear a historical narration about Vicksburg’s rich history. Explore playful areas, garden area walks, the splash fountain, children’s art, murals and unique exhibits.
c.1872, Historic Chautauqua Park
This park features two walking trails roughly a half mile and quarter mile each, three pavilions, barbecue grills, a playground and two lighted tennis courts.
Downtown riverside park overlooking the Pearl River. Historic ferry boat route, scenic overlook deck, trails, gazebo, treetops boardwalk, water wheel and butterfly garden. Nature trails are handicap accessible with viewing of butterfly garden and Pearl River. Located across the street from the Lawrence County Civic Center and Historic Museum.
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.
This beautiful 213-acre park has 8 lighted tennis courts, a tennis shop, 3 baseball diamonds, 2 volleyball courts, 3 playgrounds, 1 walking trail, 1 nature trail, picnic grounds, 2 pavilions, a historic train display, an 18-hole golf course, driving range, club repair and pro shop.
The park is comprised of 1900 total acres and features a 650-acre lake; swimming, fishing, boating, wildlife viewing, interpretive nature tours, canoe/kayaking/tubing, 5-mile hiking & biking trail, boat rentals.
THE OFFICIAL TOURISM RESOURCE FOR THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI