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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.
Lighted 1-mile walking trail, picnic tables, grills, covered pavillion and playground.
Boat launch and fishing pier, Senior Citizens Center, Restrooms, Pavilions, Playground
Situated on a peninsula point located on the Enid Reservoir in Oakland, Miss, this park offers 83 campsites. Yocona Ridge offers 35 waterfront sites, a laundry room, a playground and a bathhouse. Jones Creek campground offers 48 naturalized wooded camping areas, restrooms and a small playground. This park also offers 13 cabins, 2 pavilions, visitor center, putt putt golf course and an 18-hole disc golf course. The Enid Reservoir is 28,000 acres and holds the world record crappie being caught.
107-acre park; has the 2nd largest loblolly pine tree in the state of Mississippi which can be found on the Loblolly Trail. Park memorializes a post-Civil War one-room school once located on the site. Picnic tables, grills, two picnic pavillions, nature trails, 15-acre spring-fed lake stocked with bass and bream. Office and park use hours: Wednesday through Sunday, day use 8a.m. to 5p.m.
Civil War Battlefield site, museum, historic buildings, cemetery, observation tower, tent camping, RV hookups, view the Mississippi River.
Bring your animals to see ours! The Hattiesburg Zoo features more than 80 species, a train, carousel, splash pad, Touch Africa Petting Zoo and so much more. Seasonally 10am-4pm.
DeSoto County's only public access to the Mississippi River.
This year-round campground offers 83 Class A family sites and one-day use shelter, all with electric hookups. Amenities like flush toilets, showers and drinking water provide a comfortable camping experience. Located nearby is Hernando Point day-use area with a playground, picnic sites, a swimming beach and a boat-launching ramp.
Meridian's Historic Highland Park is home to the Dentzel Carousel, Swimming Pool, baseball field, park, duck pond, and the Jimmie Rodgers Museum.
Fish or swim in Magee's Creek or drop in a canoe for a short day trip. Paved walking trail, pavilion, outdoor stage, and children's playground.
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