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Muscadine Farms Wildlife Management Area Hunting

Greenville, MS 38701 (83.018 miles)

Muscadine Farms Wildlife Management Area (WMA) was a 700 acre catfish farm in Washington County when it was purchased by the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers for mitigation in 2002. The property is located approximately 5 miles west of Highway 61 on Avon Darlove Road. In 2009, an additional 700 acres of catfish ponds and approximately 1,400 acres of replanted trees, the Washington and Po-Lutken Tracts, were added to Muscadine Farms WMA. The 90 retired catfish ponds are intensively managed for waterfowl. These ponds are managed in three or four pond hunting units.

Official Website: Muscadine Farms Wildlife Management Area

Pearl River Wildlife Management Area Hunting

Canton, MS 39406 (83.215 miles)

Directions: From Jackson, MS go north on Hwy 25 approx. 18 miles to Hwy 43. Take Hwy 43 north approx. 6 miles and the WMA entrance is located on right.

Official Website: Pearl River Wildlife Management Area

Malmaison Wildlife Management Area Hunting

Greenwood, MS 38930 (83.411 miles)

Directions: Located in Grenada County. From Grenada take Hwy. 8 West to Hwy. 7. Take Hwy. 7 South approximately 6 miles to Malmaison Headquarter Road. Turn left and follow road to 628 Malmaison Road.

Official Website: Malmaison Wildlife Management Area

Natchez Hiking Fishing Hunting Camping Boating

Natchez, MS 39120 (85.182 miles)

Natchez State Park is located just 10 miles north of historic Natchez, the oldest settlement on the Mississippi River. Prior to the Civil War, over half of the millionaires in the entire United States lived in Natchez, constructing elegant mansions unrivaled in size and elegance by any in the nation. Most of these splendid homes were spared during the Civil War, and many are now open for tours. Natchez State Park is also famous in its own right. The largest bass in Mississippi history - a largemouth weighing 18.15 pounds - was caught in Natchez Lake in 1992.

Official Website: Natchez

Natchez Wildlife Management Area Hunting

Natchez, MS 39120 (85.182 miles)

Directions: Beginning at the intersection of U. S. Highway 84/61 and U. S. Highway 61 south travel north-northeast for approximately 8.78 miles to the Stanton community. Turn south (right) onto State Park Road and travel approximately .41 miles to the intersection of Wickliff Road. Turn east(left) onto Wickliff Road and travel approximately 1.91 miles and arrive at the Natchez State Park headquarters on the left.

Official Website: Natchez Wildlife Management Area

Sandy Creek Wildlife Management Area Hunting

Natchez, MS 39120 (85.182 miles)

Directions: Beginning at the intersection of U. S. Highway 61 south and Liberty Road in Natchez travel southeast on Liberty Road for approximately 14.1 miles to the intersection of Garden City Road. Turn south(right) onto Garden City Road and continue for approximately 3.93 miles. The Sandy Creek WMA headquarters will be located on your right.

Official Website: Sandy Creek Wildlife Management Area

Dunn's Falls Water Park Fishing Camping

Enterprise, MS 39330 (85.395 miles)

Nestled in the pristine hills along the Chunky River, in South Lauderdale County Mississippi lies Dunn's Fall's Water park. Here, along a shallow stretch of the Chunky River, the bluffs of the eastern bank rise to tree-top level. From this lofty perch, the flowing water of a stream provides a natural source of power , for the working water wheel before making it's sixty to seventy foot decent to the river below.

Official Website: Dunn's Falls Water Park

Okatibbee Water Park Hiking Fishing Hunting Camping Boating

Meridian, MS 39301 (87.000 miles)

Located on Pine Spring Road, just off Highway 19 North northwest of Meridian, Mississippi, Okatibbee Water Park is a "splash" for the whole family! With 28 miles of shoreline, the 3,800-acre reservoir offer abundant bass fishing year round, as well as water skiing. Splashdown Country's adult and kiddy waterslides are open May through Labor Day, with lifeguards on duty for added safety. The park features fully developed camping spurs for camping enthusiasts. For the slightly less adventurous, four new vacation cabins are available as well as a 25-room motel. For the naturalist, the park is visited each December by the American Bald Eagle.

Official Website: Okatibbee Water Park

Legion Hiking Fishing Camping Boating

Louisville, MS 39339 (87.055 miles)

The fourth of the original state parks developed by the Civilian Conservation Corps, Legion State Park remains as unspoiled today as when the Choctaw Indian Nation first inhabited the area centuries ago. Hidden in the red hill country of Mississippi, Legion State Park strikes the perfect balance of natural beauty and modern comfort, with all man-made structures in the park designed to complement the pristine beauty of the area. Of particular interest is Legion Lodge, a hand-hewn log structure that has remained unaltered since its construction in the 1930s.

Official Website: Legion

Stoneville Wildlife Management Area Hunting

Leland, MS 38756 (87.119 miles)

Stoneville Wildlife Management Area (WMA) is a 2,500-acre parcel located in Washington County, approximately five miles north of Leland. Stoneville WMA is owned by Mississippi State University and is located on the Mississippi Agriculture and Forestry Delta Branch Experiment Station in Stoneville. This area is dominated by bottomland hardwood stands of varying age classes with some mature timber stands scattered throughout the area.

Official Website: Stoneville Wildlife Management Area