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The Bryan Reading Park was generously donated from the Bryan Foods Family that originated in West Point. Park offers visitors a chance to sit outside and relax while reading a book, perhaps from the public library across the street. Features of the park area an active fountain that children can run through and enjoy on a hot day, and a vibrant mural painted on the adjacent building's wall.
Downtown area
West Point, MS
Phone: 662.494.5121
Toll-Free: 1.866.494.5127
www.westpointms.org
Admission: Free
Northeast Mississippi's premier residential environmental education center offering hand-on learning adventures. Beautiful venue for camping or retreats. 530-acre wooded peninsula surrounded by 6,600-acre Bay Springs Lake. School groups, church groups and business groups are welcome. Ideal setting for weddings & family reunions.
281 CR 115
Tishomingo, MS 38873
Phone: 662.438.6751
Fax: 662.438.6767
www.crowsneck.org
Hours: Daily, pending activities
Admission: For classes only; Not to walk around
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
www.fitchfarms.com
Admission: Yes
Features animal displays, lake history, wildlife scenes, informational videos and a telescope overlook point.
2088 Scenic Loop 333
Grenada, MS 38902-0903
Phone: 662.226.1679
Fax: 662.226.4407
www.mvk.usace.army.mil
Hours: Daily, Winter: 9 a.m.-5 p.m.; Summer: 9 a.m.-6 p.m.
Admission: Free
Videos and displays examine waterways and Appalachian-region programs. Nature trail, fishing, auditorium and picnic area.
100 Campground Rd.
Fulton, MS 38843
Phone: 662.862.5414
Fax: 662.862.5413
http://tenntom.sam.usace.army.mil/
Hours: Apr 1-Aug 31 Daily 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sept 1-Mar 31 Daily 7:30 a.m.-4 p.m.
Admission: Free

Take a ride into the number one tree farm in the Mid-South during November and December. Pick out your favorite Christmas tree that you can cut yourself or it can be cut for you. Pre-cut trees are available as well. Christmas gift shop open mid November.  Open M-F 10am-6pm, Sat/Sun 8am-6pm.

1890 Getwell Road North
Nesbit, MS 38651
Phone: 662-429-9462
www.merrychristmastreefarm.com
Admission: Free

This historic route was traveled by early Indian tribes, pioneer settlers, colonial troops, and traders. Today's scenic highway totals 444 miles, and follows the shore of the Ross Barnett Reservoir where picnic areas and parks beckon.
This 444 mile parkway stretches from Natchez to Nashville, TN
Tupelo, MS 38804
Phone: 662.680.4025
Toll-Free: 800.305.7417
www.nps.gov/natr
Admission: Free
Headquarters for this scenic route from Natchez, MS to Nashville, TN. Facilities open year round for motorists, bikers and cyclists. Includes a film about the Natchez Trace.
Natchez Trace Pkwy., Milepost 266
Tupelo, MS 38804
Phone: 662.680.4027
Fax: 662.680.4034
Toll-Free: 800.305.7417
www.nps.gov/natr
Hours: 8 a.m.- 5 p.m., Closed Christmas Day
Admission: Free

The Visitor Education Center at the North Mississippi Fish Hatchery is the first and only facility of its kind in Mississippi. The Center features a native habitat area, 10,000 gallon aquarium, interactive exhibits, displays, artifacts, temporary exhibits, fishing rodeo pond, and an art gallery
celebrating Mississippi's natural resources. The Hatchery itself is equipped to produce multiple cool and warm-water species.

http://www.mdwfp.com/north-ms-fish-hatcheries.aspx

We are located in Yalobusha county adjacent to Enid Lake. Our facility is one quarter of a mile from I-55, Exit 233.

Millions of fish are produced here each year. The hatchery consists of 25 acres, 14 earthen ponds and one lined pond, a hatching/rearing building, administrative offices, and maintenance buildings. A 1904 Victorian manager's house and Grandmother's Garden are also home to the Fish Hatchery.
111 Elizabeth St.
Tupelo, MS 38802
Phone: 662.842.1341
Fax: 662.842.1341
Details: Open Year Round
Admission: Free
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