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4100-acre lake. Premier destination for bass fishermen. Scenic, majestic clay limestone cliffs overlook picnic areas, hiking trails, playground, and white sand beach. The class A, year-round campground features 92 sites with paved concrete pads, electrical and water hookups. Handicapped accessible. Laundry, bath-house, boat ramp.
Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway at Aberdeen
Aberdeen, MS
Phone: 662.369.2832
Toll-Free: 800.634.3538
Located just seven miles from Hernando. The 40,704 acre lake is rated one of the top five crappie fishing lakes in the country, and offers opportunities for largemouth and white bass, as well as channel and flathead catfish. Arkabutla opens 37,700 acres of land to the public for hunting throughout the year. It's prevailing westerly wind makes Arkabutla one of the best sailing lakes in the nation. You can enjoy excellent sailing, swimming at one of the three beaches, or setting up camp at one of 333 campsites. There are picnic areas, playgrounds and a variety of events year round, including a Deer Hunt for Persons with Disabilities. As part of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Arkabutla Lake features: activity area, bath house, boat ramp, developed camping (234), primitive camping (60), fishing, a nature trail, picnic areas, sailing, skiing, swimming, and RV dump station.  Campground Facilities:  Dub Patton, Hernando Point and South Abutment
3905 Arkabutla Dam Rd.
Hernando, MS
Phone: 662.562.6261
Fax: 601.631.7133
Scenic hiking trail that runs through Bailey's Woods from the University of Mississippi campus to Rowan Oak, home of noble prize winning author, William Faulkner.
University of Mississippi campus
Oxford, MS 38655
Phone: 662.234.4680
Tags: Oxford Hiking
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
2-mile hiking trail offering excellent wildlife viewing on the Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge.
Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge
Brooksville, MS 39739
Phone: 662.323.5548
Blue Bluff Campground is located on the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway and also on peaceful Aberdeen Lake.
20051 Blue Bluff Rd.
Aberdeen, MS 39730
Phone: 662.369.2832
Toll-Free: 877.444.6777
Sites: 92 RV sites (paved), 4 pull-thrus (60'), 88 back-ins (60'), 39 full hookups (89W, 89E), 20/30/50 amps, shaded spots, dump station, handicapped accessible, pet restrictions
Facilities: restrooms, showers, laundry, 6 reservable pavillions
Recreation: swimming, fishing, boating, wildlife viewing, hiking trails, biking trails, playgrounds, game courts
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

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

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
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
Located on 100-acre lake featuring boating with boat ramps and courtesy docks, fishing from boat or shore, rod and reel distance from shoreline, hiking and camping.
Forest Service 967 or Hwy 15 South
Ackerman, MS 39725
Phone: 662.285.3264
Fax: 601.285.3608
Toll-Free: 877.444.6777
Sites: Tent sites, 20 RV sites (paved, back-ins - 35'), hook-up(s) (20W, 20E), 30 amps, dump station, handicapped accessible. Reservations must be made at least 4 days in advance. During peak season (May 1- Sept. 15) campsites 1-12 are available on a first-come first-serve basis and campsites 13-21 are open for reservations. All sites are reservable during holiday days w/ a 3 day minimum. Visit www.recreation.gov or call 1-877-444-6777 to make reservations.
Facilities: Restrooms, showers
Recreation: Choctaw Lake has an active fish management program and scenic hiking trails - Headwaters Trail, Cabin Lake Trail, Chatta Trail, Lake Trail and Noxubee Hills Biking Trail
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