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Cedar Hill Outfitters

Trail rides only, BYOH equipment; 2,200 acres of rolling hills, streams and lakes
Sports: Equestrian
Near Hwy 17
Ackerman, MS 39735
Phone: 662.285.6601
cedarhillhunter.tripod.com
 

Chakchiuma Swamp

Tupelo gum trees and bald cypress are located throughout this area. Great glue herons, yellow crowned herons, great egrets and other wildlife are present. Trails are abundant.
North side of downtown Grenada
Grenada, MS
 

Charles Ray Nix Wildlife Management Area

Located in Panola County. From Sardis take Hwy 315 West to Old Panola Road. Turn South on Old Panola Road to Davis Chapel Rd. Turn West on Davis Chapel. Road will dead-end at headquarters.
Sardis, MS
Phone: 662.487.1496
www.mdwfp.com/Level2/Wildlife/wma.asp
Details: 4,000 Acres
 

Charlie Ray Williams/Kosciusko PD Firing Range

Pistol (50 yards), outdoor rifle (100 yards)
209 West Adams St.
Kosciusko, MS 39090
Phone: 662.289.3131
 

Cherokee Valley Golf Club

Fun, yet challenging public course with strategically-placed bunkers and numerous lakes. Par 72
6635 Crumpler Blvd.
Olive Branch, MS 38654
Phone: 662.893.4444
Fax: 662.895.3531
www.olivebranchgolf.com
Golf Details: Public, 18 Holes, Back Yardage: 6067 yards, Back Rating: 69.1, Back Slope: 122, Middle Yardage: 6067 yards, Middle Rating: 69.1, Middle Slope: 122, a PGA Facility and MGA Member
 

Chewalla Lake, Recreation Area, Campground & Hiking Trails

Located on 260-acre Chewalla Lake in Holly Springs National Forest. North Mississippi's premier setting for family fun and fishing, new restrooms, warm water showers, large trees, flowering shrubs, 40 picnic areas, large picnic pavilion, electrical/water hookups, scenic overlook on the lake, fishing, hiking, nature watch, game court, swim area, some campsites nestled in the woods, tour nearby historic Holly Springs and Oxford (home of "Ole Miss" and William Faulkner) CAMPING: Activity area, bath house, boat ramp, canoeing/tubing, fishing, nature trail, picnic area, and swimming. HIKING: Trail network around beautiful Chewalla Lake, the largest reservoir in the 147,000 acre Holly Springs National Forest; fully developed recreational area, beach, swimming, and campsites with RV hookups.
Holly Springs National Forest
Higdon Rd. (6 1/2 miles Southeast of Holly Springs off of Hwy 78)
Holly Springs, MS
Phone: 662.236.6550
Fax: 662.234.8318
www.fs.fed.us/r8/mississippi/hollysprings

Sites: Tent sites, 9 RV sites (gravel), 9 back-ins, hook-ups (9W, 9E), shaded spots, dump station, handicapped accessible, pet restrictions
Facilities: Restrooms, showers
Recreation: Swimming, fishing, boating, wildlife viewing, hiking trails

 

Chickasaw ATV Trail

9-mile newly reconstructed single track linear trail through the woods, restroom.
Off Natchez Trace, Davis Lake Exit
Ackerman, MS 39735
Phone: 662.285.3264
www.fs.fed.us/r8/tombigbee
 

Chickasaw Hill Campground

Located on the north side of beautiful Enid Lake.
264 County Rd. 30
Enid, MS 38927
Phone: 662.563.4571
Fax: 662.563.2481
Toll-Free: 1.877.444.6777
www.reserveusa.com
Sites: 15 tent sites, 36 RV sites (paved), 11 pull-thrus (80'), 25 back-ins (50'), hook-ups (51W, 51E), 30/50 amps, shaded spots, dump station, handicap accessible, pet restrictions
Facilities:  Restrooms, showers
Recreation:  Swimming, fishing, boating, interpretive nature tours, hiking trails
 

Chickasaw Wildlife Management Area

From Houston, take Hwy 15 North to the intersection of Hwy 32 East. Turn right toward Okolona, travel 10 miles. Headquarters is on the left side. From Okolona, take Hwy 32 West toward Houston. Travel 10 miles; headquarters is on right.
Houston, MS   
Phone: 662.447.0141
www.mdwfp.com/Level2/Wildlife/wma.asp
Details: 27,259 Acres
 

Choctaw Lake Birding Trails

A system of three birding trails around Choctaw Lake as follows: Lakeside Trail — 1.2 miles of mixed pine-hardwood forest and lakeside; many species of woodland birds and large wading birds; Chata-Cabin Lake Trail — 1.5 mile trail through hilly, mixed-hardwood forest to and alongside Cabin Lake; interesting assortment of breeding songbirds; Noxubee Hills/Beaverlodge Trail — 1.6 miles trail through a variety of excellent woodland habitats of pine, mixed upland, and bottomland hardwood (some hilly), along creeks, small beaver ponds, providing excellent opportunity for viewing many species; birding brochure listing species and map available in Forest Service Office
Tombigbee National Forest, Hwy 15 South
Ackerman, MS 39735
Phone: 662.285.3264
www.southernregion.fs.fed.us/mississippi/tombigbee
 
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