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Lake George Wildlife Management Area Hunting

Holly Bluff, MS 39088 (162.893 miles)

Lake George Wildlife Management Area (WMA) is a 8,383-acre parcel located in Yazoo County, between Holly Bluff and Satartia on Highway 433. This area is dominated by regenerated bottomland hardwood forest, with less than 40 acres consisting of mature timber. This WMA is owned by the Vicksburg District of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and is maintained by the MDWFP. Lake George became a WMA in 1990.

Official Website: Lake George Wildlife Management Area

Holly Springs National Forest Fishing Hunting Camping Boating

Oxford, MS 38655 (163.237 miles)

Official Website: Holly Springs National Forest

Sardis Waterfowl Wildlife Management Area Hunting

Oxford, MS 38655 (163.237 miles)

Directions: From Oxford, take Hwy. 314 west approximately 1.5 miles. Turn right at 3-way stop. Turn left at 4-way stop onto CR 102. Go 5 miles, then turn right onto CR 141. Go approximately 3.5 miles to area headquarters.

Official Website: Sardis Waterfowl Wildlife Management Area

Upper Sardis Wildlife Management Area Hunting

Oxford, MS 38655 (163.237 miles)

Directions: Located in Lafayette County. From the intersection of Hwy. 7 and Hwy. 30 at Oxford go 12 miles east on Hwy. 30 to sign on the right saying Headquarters.

Official Website: Upper Sardis Wildlife Management Area

Wall Doxey Hiking Fishing Camping Biking Boating

Holly Springs, MS 38635 (164.320 miles)

Wall Doxey State Park offers an abundance of outdoor recreation opportunities in a setting rich in natural beauty. Centered around a 60-acre, spring-fed lake, Wall Doxey is only 40 miles from the exciting shopping, restaurants, and attractions of Memphis, Tennessee, and is just seven miles from the splendid antebellum homes of Holly Springs, Mississippi. The University of Mississippi ("Ole Miss") is just a 25-minute drive away, making Wall Doxey State Park the perfect place to spend a football weekend. For a weekend getaway or as a central vacation spot, Wall Doxey State Park is an ideal destination.

Official Website: Wall Doxey

Lake Bistineau State Park Hiking Fishing Camping Boating

Doyline, LA 71023 (165.501 miles)

North Louisiana. Cabins, camping, boat rentals, extensive hiking trails and activity areas

Official Website: Lake Bistineau State Park

Robbers Cave State Park Hiking Fishing Hunting Camping Biking Horseback Boating

Wilburton, OK 74578 (168.462 miles)

Robbers Cave State Park is located in the scenic, hilly woodlands of the San Bois Mountains of southeast Oklahoma. A favorite of rappellers, equestrians, hikers and outdoor lovers. Robbers Cave enjoys notoriety as a former hideout for outlaws. The park and adjoining wildlife management area, including Lake Wayne Wallace, offers acres of discovery and enjoyment including trout fishing in season, boating, hunting, mountain biking, trails for hikers and horses, sandstone cliffs for climbing and rappelling, and fall foliage viewing.

Official Website: Robbers Cave State Park

Lower Hatchie Hiking Fishing Hunting Boating

Henning, TN 38041 (169.119 miles)

Lower Hatchie National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) sits along the lower 17 miles of the Hatchie River in western Tennessee. Unlike most Mississippi River tributaries that have been straightened and levees constructed for flood control, the Hatchie River remains the longest continuous stretch of naturally meandering river in the lower Mississippi River Valley. In result, wildlife and fisheries thrive in its almost pristine watershed ecosystems. The refuge helps protect and enhance the ever diminishing bottomland hardwood forests, along with other important habitats within the Hatchie River watershed. The refuge currently comprises 9,451 acres.

Official Website: Lower Hatchie

Fort Pillow State Park Fishing Camping Boating

Henning, TN 38041 (169.119 miles)

The 1,642 acre Fort Pillow, located in Lauderdale County on the Chickasaw Bluffs overlooking the Mississippi River, is rich in both historic and archaeological significance. In 1861, the Confederate Army built extensive fortifications here and named the site for General Gideon J. Pillow of Maury County. The confederate soldiers abandoned the fort. Remains of the earthworks are well-preserved. Nature and recreational programs are presented during the summer months or upon request.

Official Website: Fort Pillow State Park

Panther Swamp National Wildlife Refuge Fishing Hunting

Yazoo City, MS 39194 (171.865 miles)

Panther Swamp National Wildlife Refuge one of seven refuges in the Theodore Roosevelt National Wildlife Refuge Complex. Established in 1978, Panther Swamp National Wildlife Refuge encompasses 38,697 acres. Included in those acres is one of the largest blocks (21,000 acres) of bottomland forest in the lower Mississippi River alluvial floodplain. The upland areas or ridges often crest at no more than one foot above swamp areas, and contain nuttall, willow and water oaks and other species while overcup oak, bitter pecan and ash dominate the transition zone from swamp to upland. Additional habitat types consist of reforested and agricultural areas

Official Website: Panther Swamp National Wildlife Refuge