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Canal Section Wildlife Management Area Hunting

Fulton, MS 38843 (180.437 miles)

The Canal Section Wildlife Management Area (CSWMA) is in northeast Mississippi along the west side of the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway. Starting at Highway 4 below the Bay Springs Lake lock and dam in Tishomingo County, it continues southward through Prentiss, Itawamba and Monroe counties and ends approximately five miles south of Aberdeen. The 32,000 acres of CSWMA are primarily hardwood and swamp bottomland with shallow meandering streams and open lands which were previously farmed.

Official Website: Canal Section Wildlife Management Area

Oconee National Forest Hiking Fishing Hunting Camping Biking Horseback

Eatonton, GA 31024 (180.612 miles)

Camping, hiking, wildlife veiwing, and more. Georgia's National Forest offers almost everything the outdoors person would want

Official Website: Oconee National Forest

Baldwin Forest Hiking Fishing

Milledgeville, GA 31061 (181.108 miles)

Baldwin Forest is owned by the State of GA and managed by the Georgia Foresty Commission for timber, wildlife, recreation, soil and water conservation

Official Website: Baldwin Forest

Tombigbee National Forest Hiking Fishing Hunting Camping Boating

Ackerman, MS 39735 (183.002 miles)

Official Website: Tombigbee National Forest

Choctaw Wildlife Management Area Hunting

Ackerman, MS 39735 (183.002 miles)

Directions: From Ackerman, Take HWY 15 S 3.3 miles to Choctaw Lake RD. Turn east (Left) and follow signs to Choctaw WMA headquarters.

Official Website: Choctaw Wildlife Management Area

Fort Yargo State Park Hiking Fishing Camping Biking Boating

Winder, GA 30680 (183.847 miles)

GA State Park in Upper Peidmont between Lawrenceville & Athens GA

Official Website: Fort Yargo State Park

Fort Mountian State Park Hiking Camping Biking

Chatsworth, GA 30705 (184.029 miles)

State Park in NW GA Ridge and Valley Country

Official Website: Fort Mountian State Park

Big Creek Water Park Hiking Fishing Camping Biking Boating

Soso, MS 39480 (184.993 miles)

Visitors from many areas are attracted to the beautiful countryside and abundant fishing waters of Big Creek Water Park located between Laurel and Collins, Mississippi off Highway 84. Bass, bream, crappie and catfish abound in the 200-acre lake, making for good fishing, and the rolling green countryside is a treat for the eyes. One of Big Creek's claims to fame is that it is home to one of the oldest cedars in the state of Mississippi. History lovers will enjoy exploring the historic cemetery where the first homesteaders of the area are buried.

Official Website: Big Creek Water Park

CONSTITUTION CONVENTION MUSEUM STATE PARK

PORT ST JOE,FL, FL 32456 (185.642 miles)

A boomtown founded in 1835, St. Joseph competed with Apalachicola as a trading port on the Gulf Coast of Florida. The original settlement lasted only nine years, but during its short life the city hosted Florida's first State Constitution Convention. The museum commemorates the work of the 56 territorial delegates who drafted Florida's first constitution in 1838. Following four more constitution conventions, Florida was finally admitted to the Union in 1845 as the 27th state. Visitors can take a self-guided tour through displays and exhibits of 19th century life in St. Joseph. rn

Official Website: CONSTITUTION CONVENTION MUSEUM STATE PARK

TH STONE MEMORIAL ST JOSEPH PENINSULA STATE PARK Hiking Fishing Camping Biking Boating

PORT ST JOE , FL 32456 (185.642 miles)

With miles of white sugar sand, this park has one of the top rated beaches in the United States. Sunbathing, snorkeling, and swimming are popular activities along the Gulf of Mexico and St. Joseph Bay. From offshore, canoeists and kayakers can take in a superb view of the high dunes and sand pine scrub. Outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy camping, fishing, hiking, and bicycling. As a coastal barrier peninsula, St. Joseph provides excellent opportunities for bird watching; over 240 species have been sighted in the park.rn

Official Website: TH STONE MEMORIAL ST JOSEPH PENINSULA STATE PARK