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Fulton Recreation Area

Boat ramp, fishing, nature trail, picnic areas, skiing, swimming, and water playground.
518 Second Ave. N.
Tupelo, MS
Phone: 662.329.1191
Fax: 662.328.0363
Toll-Free: 888.836.6866

George M. Harrison Park

Amenities include five lighted international size soccer fields, automated lighting control systems, automated irrigation, small pavilion and lake.
8700 Church Rd.
Olive Branch, MS 38654
Phone: 662.893.5219
Sports: Soccer
Soccer Fields 5, Soccer Fields-Lighted 5

George Payne Cossar State Park & Campground

George P. Cossar State Park offers swimming, nature trail, fishing, canoeing/kayaking, skiing, picnic area. Hiking trails include Rocky Point National Recreation Trail; nationally-designated recreation trail; 4.5-mile partially looped trail network; begins and ends at Plum Point Recreation Area; descends to sandy edge of Enid Lake; passes impressive gullies in deep woods; additional trails: Quail Run Nature Trail (2.5 miles), Beech Hollow Nature Trail (.5 miles). Cossar has 13 cabins, 84 camping pads (water and electric only), group camp, seasonal swimming pool, visitors center, nature trail, 27 hole disc golf, and 2 dump stations, fishing (no boat rental), skiing, 2 pavilions, large picnic area, 18 holes miniature golf, and an Indian historic site.
Northeast of Enid in Yalobusha and Panola counties
Enid & Oakland, MS
Phone: 662.623.7356 or 662.563.4571
Fax: 662.563.2481
Sites: 13 cabins, 84 RV sites (paved), 1 pull-thru (70'), 83 back-ins (60'), hook-ups (84W, 84E), 20/30/50 amps, shaded spots, 84 side hook-ups, dump station, handicapped accessible, pet restrictions
Facilities: Restrooms, showers, laundry, security, firewood, conference/meeting, restaurant, visitor center
Recreation: Located on beautiful 28,000-acre Enid Lake offering a swimming pool, fishing, boating, water skiing, jet skiing, wildlife viewing, hiking trails, 2.5-mile nature trail, disc and putt-putt golf, playground; nearby attractions: University of Mississippi

George Payne Cossar State Park Birding & Wildlife Viewing

The Quail Run Nature Trail runs through an area that was placed on the Register of Natural Areas by the State Commission on Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks. Deer, turkey, raccoons, quail, armadillos, and numerous songbirds can be seen. Migratory waterfowl, shorebirds, and wading birds are winter visitors to Enid Lake, which borders the park. Bird of prey such as owls, hawks, ospreys, kites, and vultures are common. Winter sightings of bald eagles have been reported.
165 County Rd. 170
Oakland, MS 38948
Phone: 662.623.7356

Green Oaks Golf Club

A fairly flat course with tree-lined fairways. Par 72
326 Green Oaks Dr.
Columbus, MS 39705
Phone: 662.328.3879
Fax: 662.328.3871
Golf Details: Private, 18 Holes, Back Yardage: 6491 yards, Back Rating: 70, Back Slope: 114, Middle Yardage: 6167 yards, Middle Rating: 68.4, Middle Slope: 110, a PGA Facility, and MGA Member
Tags: Columbus Golf

Greenbrook Park

Greenbrook Park built in 2000, has quickly become known as the premier youth fastpitch venue in the South. This pristine 8-field facility offers the participating teams the opportunity to play at a first class complex along with experiencing the southern charm that this area offers.
7900 Greenbrook Pkwy.
Southaven, MS 38671
Phone: 662.890.7275
Fax: 662.890.6725
Sports: Softball
Softball Fields 8, Softball Fields-Lighted 8, Softball Fields-Dimensions 5 at 225 feet and 2 at 300 feet 1 at 225 feet

Grenada Golf Club

Eighteen holes on rolling terrain with tight, tree-lined fairways and medium-sized greens. Par 71
2213 Country Club Rd.
Grenada, MS 38901
Phone: 662.226.8839
Fax: 662.226.8030
Golf Details: Semi-Private, 18 Holes, Back Yardage: 6482 yards, Back Rating: 70.1, Back Slope: 118, Middle Yardage: 6073 yards, Middle Rating: 68.2, Middle Slope: 113, a PGA Facility, and MGA Member
Tags: Grenada Golf

Grenada Lake

35,000 acre lake with 148 miles of shoreline, known for its crappie, largemouth bass, and bream fishing. "Thunder on the Water" festival held annually in June; location of Civil War redoubts and Civil War reenactments; offers outdoor recreation in locations such as Hugh White State Park, Cape Retreat, Carver Point, Cedar Point, North Abutment Campground, Choctaw Landing, Christian Camp North Mississippi, Dam Area Central, Grenada Landing A, Grenada landing B and Gums Crossing. 25 recreation areas with 254 picnic sites, 300 campsites, 16 boat ramps, 6 swimming beaches, picnic facilities, fitness trail, hiking trails, tennis courts, 18 hole "The Dogwoods" Golf Course and Grenada Lake Visitor Center's outstanding information on the lake and surrounding area; exhibit areas on flood control, war films, Native American artifacts, bottom land wildlife, 150 gallon fish aquarium with native fish; observation deck with beautiful scenic view of the lake and shoreline. Open 7 days a week except Thanksgiving and Christmas.
East of Grenada
Grenada, MS 38902-0903
Phone: 662.226.5911
Fax: 662.226.4407
Fee: Yes

Gum's Crossing

Grenada Lake — 11 miles East on SR 8, 11 miles North on paved road.
Grenada, MS 38901
Phone: 662.226.5911
Fax: 662.226.4407
Sites: 15 RV and tent sites
Recreation: Fishing, boating, rental boats, wildlife viewing, trails
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