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Mahannah Wildlife Management Area Hunting

Redwood, MS 39156 (183.467 miles)

Mahannah Wildlife Management Area (WMA) is located in Warren and Issaquena counties, approximately 15 miles north of Vicksburg, Mississippi. The WMA consists of approximately 12,695 acres of bottomland hardwoods, agriculture fields, hardwood reforestation, and waterfowl impoundments. Mahannah WMA is part of one of the most ecologically intact and biologically diverse bottomland hardwood ecosystems in the Mississippi Delta. The area is a unique balance of flooding timber, cypress swamps, and controlled flooded agricultural lands. This diverse land provides habitat for some of the largest concentrations of wintering waterfowl in the Mississippi Delta.

Official Website: Mahannah Wildlife Management Area

Holmes County Hiking Fishing Camping Boating

Durant, MS 39063 (183.860 miles)

The beautiful hardwood forests of Holmes County State Park are home to an abundance of wildlife, and provide the scenic backdrop for a variety of outdoor activities. Built around two lakes covering 88 acres, the park offers such diverse excitement as fishing, camping and cabin rentals. Holmes County State Park offers easy access to Interstate 55, which bisects Mississippi north and south. The convenient location and diverse outdoor recreational amenities make Holmes County State Park a favorite retreat.

Official Website: Holmes County

Hugo State Park Fishing Hunting Camping Boating

Hugo, OK 74743 (187.885 miles)

Located in scenic southeastern Oklahoma, this long established recreation destination offers family fun, boating, abundant fishing opportunities, and spectacular sunsets. The park offers 16 two bedroom resort cabins, 10 primitive cabins, a 56-slip full service marina with store, pavilions, picnic sites with grills and tables, and pontoon boat rentals. Hiking, biking, and nature trails are also on site. All cabins feature a deck with lake view and include fireplaces, heat, and air conditioning. Larger cabins are fully furnished with kitchen and bath facilities. Tent camping is also available.

Official Website: Hugo State Park

Sequoyah Bay State Park Hiking Fishing Camping Biking Horseback Boating

Wagoner, OK 74467 (189.655 miles)

Sequoyah Bay State Park is located on the shores of Fort Gibson Reservoir, offering 19,100 surface acres and 225 miles of shoreline. A variety of water sports are available. A full-service marina, and cafe offering breakfast, lunch and dinner. Camping is plentiful with semi-modern RV sites with 30 and 50 amp electrical service and regular tent sites. Other amenities include comfort stations with showers, a swimming beach, playgrounds, volleyball, basketball court, nature trail, group facilities and a cafe. Marina offers fishing and hunting licenses, bait, and sports/boat/picnic supplies, along with boat slips and boat storage. Picnic areas include water and electricity.

Official Website: Sequoyah Bay State Park

Hell Creek Wildlife Management Area Hunting

New Albany, MS 38652 (190.358 miles)

Directions: From New Albany, take Hwy 15 north toward Ripley. At Cotton Plant community turn left onto county road 825. Headquarters building is 3.5 miles on the right.

Official Website: Hell Creek Wildlife Management Area

Lake Bob Sandlin State Park Hiking Fishing Camping Biking Boating

Pittsburg, TX 75686 (193.190 miles)

Lake Bob Sandlin State Park is a 639.8-acre park located on the heavily-wooded shoreline on the north side of the 9400-acre Lake Bob Sandlin. The Fort Sherman cemetery is located in the park. Activities include picnicking; hiking; swimming; mountain biking; in-line skating; and fishing for largemouth bass, catfish, and crappie. Eagles can be spotted during winter months. A variety of birds and wildlife can be viewed year round.

Official Website: Lake Bob Sandlin State Park