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1st Annual North MS Gourd Festival in May (fees & registration only for classes). Annual Corn Maze & Pumpkin Patch Sept.-Nov. 31 (large groups need reservations). Other fall festivities Oct. 3-Oct. 31.
373 Hwy 364
Booneville, MS 38829
Phone: 662.728.6293
Visitors can enjoy delicious berries off the vine as well as summer fruits. Open June thru September.
42 County Rd. 502
Corinth, MS 38834
Phone: 662.286.3534
Admission: Yes
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
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
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
Guided quail hunts with mule-drawn wagon. Deer & turkey hunting. Archery, rifle & muzzleloader. 3 guest cabins, conference/meeting facility. 54-acre bass lake.
Sports: Hunting
Game: Deer, Quail, Turkey
Acreage: 5,500
4588 Paulette Rd.
Macon, MS 39341
Phone: 662.726.5791
Fax: 601.726.9300
The Circle Y Equestrian Center was built in 1999 and opened for business on January 20, 2000. The Bunkhouse sleeps up to 56 people (heat/air). Heated indoor swimming pool, bounce room, horses, petting zoo, 18-hole mini golf, playground area, fishing, campfire-cook-outs, movie room, conference room, and restaurant. Spring Veggie Garden Field Trips, April-May. Circle Y Camps year-round (March, April, November are primetimes). Pumpkin patch, Sept.-Oct. (registration for groups required).
503 County Rd. 512
Corinth, MS 38834
Phone: 662.665.0820
Admission: $6 for Field Trips and Pumpkin Patch
All home grown produce. Open May - November.
Shiloh Rd.
Corinth, MS
Phone: 662.286.7755
This new farm has baby animals for visitors' viewing pleasure. Tours with school and other groups are offered. A delicious goat cheese along with candy, soaps and other organic products are manufactured and sold.
1399 County Rd. 961
Belmont, MS 38852
Phone: 662.454.0584
Catfish farm open to the public for fishing. Also carry a full line of seafood.
50 County Rd. 738
Corinth, MS 38834
Phone: 662.287.6422
Details: 40 Acres
Fee: $5.00 per person per day. First 5 pounds free, any additional is $1.50 per pound per person.
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