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Brigadoon Farm Retreat and Conference Center

Log cabin, serene lake, nature walks, fishing, pedal boating, picnic grounds. Children's train and play area. Wilderness area for trails, riding and 4-wheelers.
350 Hwy 305 South
Olive Branch, MS 38654
Phone: 662.895.3098

Brown's RV Park

2002 Bluecutt Rd.
Columbus, MS 39705
Phone: 662.328.1976
Sites: 23 RV sites (gravel), 3 pull-thrus (40'), 20 back-ins (40'), 23 full hook-ups, 30/50 amps, 15 shaded spots, slideout accommodations, dump station, limited # of patios available
Facilities: Laundry, internet hook-up, cable
Recreation: Fishing and boating
Nearby attractions: Tenn-Tom Waterway; Antebellum homes — Pilgrimage tours


Burning Sunshine Mountain Biking Trail

9-Mile mountain biking trail crosses gulleys, wooden bridges; markers full length of trail; excellent for trail running and cross country.
Elvis Presley Lake and Campground 306 Elvis Presley Dr.
Tupelo, MS 38804
Phone: 662.840.5172
Tags: Tupelo Biking

Burnt Oak Lodge & Conference Center

Burnt Oak has some of the best Northern Bobwhite quail hunting in Mississippi. This is a family owned business that focuses on providing visitors the very best experience possible. Whether you are visiting to hunt, stay the night, or with your company retreat, Burnt Oak employees will treat you like family. Stop by and take a quick tour of our facilities. Great for corporate functions, wedding receptions, ballgames, getaways and quail hunting.
Sports: Hunting
Game: Quail
1563 Penn Station Rd.
Columbus, MS
Phone: 662.272.9550

Burton's Sugar Farm

This antique heritage village preserves our farming heritage with displays of how our ancestors lived and the machines with which they worked. Steam engines, gristmills, blacksmith shop, threshers, sawmill, antique tractor pull, old-timey crafts and sorghum molasses. Pumpkin Patch open to groups. Petting Zoo, General Store, Quilt displays and Civil War Reenactment.
9714 Hwy 72
Michigan City, MS 38647
Phone: 662.224.8212
Fax: 662.224.8214
Hours: Call for schedule
Admission: Yes

Calhoun County Wildlife Management Area

From Calhoun City, go West on CR 306 5.7 miles. Turn right onto CR 317. Go .75 mile, turn left on CR 308. Go .06 mile. Turn right onto CR 319. Go 4.4 miles. Turn left onto CR 321. Go .33 mile, turn right
Calhoun City, MS   
Phone: 662.628.6328
Details: 10,900 Acres

Campground at Barnes Crossing

125 County Rd. 1698
Tupelo, MS 38804
Phone: 662.844.6063
Fax: 662.844.9635
Sites: 54 RV sites, 25 pull-thrus, 29 back-ins, 54 full hook-ups, 30/50 amps, shaded spots, dump station, pet restrictions
Facilities: Restrooms, showers, laundry, security, internet hook-up, WiFi, cable
Nearby attractions: Elvis Presley's Birthplace, Tupelo National Battlegrounds, Tupelo Automobile Museum, Buffalo Park & Zoo, Tupelo Furniture Market, Mall at Barnes Crossing
Tags: Tupelo Camping

Canal Section Wildlife Management Area

From the intersection of Hwy 78 and Hwy 25 in Fulton, go west on Hwy 78 4.0 miles and exit at the Peppertown Exit on to Hwy 178. On Hwy 178, go east 0.8 miles to the Canal Section. WMA headquarters on the left.
Fulton, MS   
Phone: 662.423.1455 or 662.447.0141
Details: 26,000 Acres

Cane Creek Bottom Trail Ride & Cookout, LLC

16 trails on 1300 acres. Trails for bike riding, horseback riding and hiking. Organized rides in the spring and fall. Nature tours, picnic area and campsites with water and electricity. There is also a playground for the children.
Sports: Equestrian
230 CR 703
Blue Mountain, MS 38610
Phone: 662.587.0672

Cedar Hill Farm

The kids can pet the animals in our petting zoo, ride a pony, and play on our play areas. Catch a trophy bass in our private pond or divide up into teams to play volleyball, horseshoes or even paintball. Enjoy our beautiful picnic areas, pavilion, nice restroom facilities and indoor Country Kitchen and Gift Shop. Annual Easter tours from March 15-March 22. Annual Planting tours from March 24-April 11 (registration required). Pumpkin Patch and Corn Maze from Sept. 29-Nov. 2. Haunted Hayride and Trail of Terror from Oct. 10-Nov. 1
008 Love Rd.
Hernando, MS 38632
Phone: 662.429.2540
Fax: 662.449.3421
Admission: General admission-$8.00 (Under 2 Free) All Access Wristband $20.00;  Easter Tour, Planting Tour, Pumpkin Patch and Corn Maze: $7.50; Haunted Hayride-$9; Trail of Terror-$10
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