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Glitz, glamour, golf and more
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developed and tent camping, cabins, picnic area/shelter, nature trail, playground, boat launch, fishing, disc golf
Activity area, nature trail and picnic area.
Olive Branch City park is 135 acres set in a beautiful natural setting with a scenic overlook. The park features walking and nature trails, tennis courts, 14 ballfields, three lakes, a playground, 8-lane track, amphitheater and two picnic pavilions.
The park is a very relaxing area in which one can rest, have a picnic lunch, and let the kids play. Close by is a walking trail and a bike trail to be enjoyed by all.
Located in the heart of Mississippi’s Pine Belt Region, Paul B. Johnson State Park is the gateway to a natural wonderland marked by majestic long-leaf and loblolly pines, delicate dogwoods, and ancient oaks. The deep forests surrounding Paul B. Johnson provide a picturesque setting for a variety of outdoor activities. The 300-acre lake is perfect for boating and fishing, and water-front cabins make the perfect place for a weekend getaway. Visitors may also enjoy the 18-hole disc golf course and newly installed Splash Park.
Located on the banks of the mighty Mississippi River. Public park - first come, first serve on picnic tables, charcoal grills, playground, walking trail, group pavilion and restrooms.
developed and tent camping, motel, group camp, pool, camp store, visitor/activity building, nature trail, playing fields, tennis, boat launch, water skiing, fishing, laundry facilities, seasonal concessions, auditorium
Visitors will enjoy developed and tent camping, picnic area/shelter, nature trail, playground, playing fields, boat launch and disc golf. Birding & wildlife viewing 400 acre coastal state park, several distinct habitats.
The 1878 Yellow Fever epidemic claimed the lives of over 300 Greenville residents. Victims were laid to rest on a plot of land designated the Yellow Fever Cemetery. Over the years, bodies were exhumed and reinterred in other local cemeteries. The Yellow Fever Cemetery became Theobold Park.
The park offers developed and tent camping, cabins, group camp, visitor/activity building, picnic area, nature trail, playground, playing fields, boat launch, fishing, laundry, disc golf, swimming pool, canoe rental; Offering fishing and canoeing (and rentals) on the scenic Bear Creek.
AWARD WINNING PARK
Tishomingo State Part was recently honored by Reserve America as one of the nation's "Top 100 Family Campgrounds" along with receiving twelve Outdoor Recreation Awards for:
Top 25 Canoeing Spots
Top 25 Birdwatching Spots
Top 25 Educational & Historical Facilities
Top 50 Fishing Spots
Top 50 Hiking Trails
Top 25 Kid Friendly Parks
Top 25 Picnic Areas
Top 25 Romantic Spots
Top 50 Scenic Views
Top 25 Tours & Events
Top 25 Amazing Locations
Top 25 Unique Cabins
THE OFFICIAL TOURISM RESOURCE FOR THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI