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In observance of Black History Month, enjoy planned activities and special events as Holly Springs celebrates the African-American experience. A series of programs about African-American history celebrated in dance, music, poetry, art, language drama, folklore, and community gathering.
February 1-28, 2011
Ida B. Wells Barmett Museum
Holly Springs, MS
Phone: 662.252.3232
Admission : $3 Adults, $2 Children
The wide variety of habitats presents year-round viewing opportunities for resident and/or migrating populations of terrestrial animals, songbirds, waterfowl and an array of flora and aquatic life. Two small ponds and Bagley Lake are open to fishing.
From MS Hwy 7 at Abbeville, take CR 244 East about 5.5 miles, South side of CR 244 just past FR 2079
Holly Springs, MS
1-mile hiking trail to the pond that is the source of the headwaters of the Wolf River, graveled stairway trail to the ridgetop overlooking Baker's Pond; a huge artisan spring and flowing springs from hillsides; North Mississippi hilly Appalachian-like terrain and plant life; steep hillsides of red and ochre colored sand and blueberry-like bushes; small established parking area.
Holly Springs National Forest
Holly Springs, MS
Phone: 662.236.6550

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

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

The final resting place for many noted African-Americans who played important roles in Holly Springs and the South.
W. Boundary St.
Holly Springs, MS 38635
Phone: 662.252.3232
Admission: Free
24 Rooms, outdoor pool, golf package, cottages and conference room.
Hwy 4 West
Holly Springs, MS 38635
Phone: 662.252.4888
Fax : 662.252.3202
Toll-Free: 800.461.4653
Circa 1865, this Italinate style structure is conveniently located between Oxford, Memphis and Tupelo. Having recently completed an extensive renovation, the Inn has been transformed into three luxury suites complete with private bath and living area as well as a full kitchen and laundry facility in each room. Continental breakfast. 3 Suites. Bed & Breakfast Association of Mississippi.
132 East College Ave.
Holly Springs, MS 38635
Phone: 662.252.3686
Fax : 662.252.2394
Toll-Free: 800.926.3686
45 Rooms, handicapped accessible rooms, smoking rooms, outdoor pool, restaurant, lounge, golf package and senior discount.
120 Heritage Dr.
Holly Springs, MS 38635
Phone: 662.252.1120
Fax : 662.252.1120
A 7,000-acre working plantation and accommodations in restored pre-Civil War cabins. Tour the original home of Nathan Bedford Forrest after horseback riding among the majestic trees. Hunting packages for some of the finest quail, deer & turkey hunting around as well as large event facilities and outdoor areas.
From Holly Springs, MS - Go West on HWY. 4 for 6.5 miles to Laws Hill Road. Go South 1.7 miles to Thomas Road, and then 1.8 miles to the Plantation.
Holly Springs, MS 38635
Phone: 662.252.8855
Admission: Yes
Fitch Farms is a premier hunting preserve. From October to March, we host quail, deer and turkey hunts as well as Celebrity and National Field Trials. We offer facilities for retreats and corporate meetings. In addition, we raise horses, cattle, donkeys, pointing dogs and buffalo. We also host weddings, picnics, hayrides, trail riding and wagon rides.
From Holly Springs, go west on Hwy 4 for 6.5 miles to Laws Hill Road. Go South 1.7 miles to Thomas Rd., and then 1.8 miles
Holly Springs, MS 38635
Phone: 662.252.8855
Fax: 662.252.5601
Toll-Free: 662.252.5601
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