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Amicalola Falls State Park Hiking Fishing Camping

Dawsonville, GA 30534 (186.090 miles)

State Park in NW GA Ridge and Valley Country

Official Website: Amicalola Falls State Park

Dawson State Forest Hiking Hunting Biking Horseback

Dawsonville, GA 30534 (186.090 miles)

The Dawson Forest is owned by the city of Atlanta and managed by the Georgia Forestry Commission

Official Website: Dawson State Forest

Hightower Educational Forest Hiking Biking

Dawsonville, GA 30534 (186.090 miles)

located in the Dawson State Forest in Dawsonville GA

Official Website: Hightower Educational Forest

Paulding Forest

Dawsonville, GA 30534 (186.090 miles)

The Dawson Forest is owned by the city of Atlanta and managed by the Georgia Forestry Commission

Official Website: Paulding Forest

OCHLOCKONEE RIVER STATE PARK Hiking Fishing Camping Biking Boating

SOPCHOPPY , FL 32358 (186.280 miles)

This jewel of a park is a great place to get away for a weekend or a weeklong vacation. Picnic facilities and a swimming area are located near the scenic point where the Ochlockonee and Dead rivers intersect. Ochlockonee, which means "yellow waters," is a mix of brackish, tidal surge, and fresh water. Pristine and deep, the river empties into the Gulf of Mexico. Trails allow visitors to explore the park and see the diverse wildlife, including the red-cockaded woodpecker, and natural communities such as pine flatwoods and oak thickets.rn

Official Website: OCHLOCKONEE RIVER STATE PARK

Reed Bingham State Park Hiking Fishing Camping Biking Boating

Adel, GA 31620 (186.640 miles)

Located in South GA vistors to this park will see an abundance of wildlife such as gopher tortoises, alligators, Bald Eagles, many "buzzards" and lots more

Official Website: Reed Bingham State Park

Yockanookany Wildlife Management Area Hunting

McCool, MS 39108 (187.147 miles)

Yockanookany is located in Attala County near McCool.

Official Website: Yockanookany Wildlife Management Area

Golden Memorial Hiking Fishing

Walnut Grove, MS 39189 (187.685 miles)

Golden Memorial State Park memorializes post civil War with a one-room school once located on the site. Picnic tables, grills, 2 picnic pavilions, nature trails, 15-acre spring-fed lake stocked with bass and bream. The Loblolly Trail features the second largest loblolly pine tree in the state of Mississippi. Golden Memorial State Park is for a Day Use Only.

Official Website: Golden Memorial

Bienville National Forest Hiking Fishing Hunting Camping Biking Horseback

Forest, MS 39074 (188.315 miles)

Located in Central Mississippi, the Bienville National Forest offers the visitor a variety of recreational opportunities during all seasons of the year. Interstate 20 routes through the forest and allows easy and convenient access for many travelers who might want to take a rest stop or tour the forest. We have over 178,00 acres that are managed for wildlife, recreation, timber and other various activities.

Official Website: Bienville National Forest

Caney Creek Wildlife Management Area Hunting

Forest, MS 39074 (188.315 miles)

Directions: I-20, Exit 88. Take, Hwy 35 south go approx. ¼ mile and turn right on West Moore Tower Road, headquarters is approximately one mile on left. I-20, take Exit 80. Take, Hwy 481 south. Go approx. 10 miles and turn right on CR 563. Go approx. 1.5 miles and turn right at sign indicating headquarters entrance.

Official Website: Caney Creek Wildlife Management Area