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O'Keefe Wildlife Management Area Hunting

Lambert, MS 38643 (123.559 miles)

Directions: Located in Quitman County. From Batesville take Hwy. 6 West to Hwy. 3 at Marks. Go south on Hwy. 3 to Hwy. 322 at Lambert. Go East on 322 to 6th Street, turn south on 6th Street for approximately 7 miles to a sign on the left side of the road saying Headquarters Building. Turn left and go approximately 1/4 mile to the Headquarters Building.

Official Website: O'Keefe Wildlife Management Area

Stoneville Wildlife Management Area Hunting

Leland, MS 38756 (124.552 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

Millwood State Park Fishing Camping Boating

Ashdown, AR 71822 (126.058 miles)

A series of boat lanes meander through timber, marshes and oxbow cutoffs making 29,260-acre Millwood Lake a "tree-filled" fishing haven.

Official Website: Millwood State Park

Muscadine Farms Wildlife Management Area Hunting

Greenville, MS 38701 (127.444 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

Heavener Runestone State Park Hiking

Heavener, OK 74937 (128.425 miles)

Heavener State Park is a day-use only park offering group shelters for picnics, picnic tables, outdoor grills, comfort stations, amphitheater, playground, hiking, exploring, and educational programs about the Runestone. Overnight camping can be found in nearby Lake Wister State Park. The park offers a park office, gift shop and interpretative center with educational information.

Official Website: Heavener Runestone State Park

Davidsonville Historic State Park Hiking Fishing Camping

Pocahontas, AR 72455 (130.375 miles)

The park preserves the site of historic Davidsonville, established in 1815.

Official Website: Davidsonville Historic State Park

T.O. Fuller SP Hiking Camping

1500 Mitchell Road, TN 38109 (130.662 miles)

The park is located in Shelby County within the southern limits of the city of Memphis. The park encompasses a total of 1,138 acres with a diversity of wildlife. With its abundance of local flora and fauna from the Mississippi flood plains to its high and overshadowing bluff ridges makes this area an ideal place for the birdwatcher or outdoor extremist.

Official Website: T.O. Fuller SP

Devil's Den State Park Hiking Camping Biking Horseback

West Fork, AR 72774 (131.679 miles)

Lee Creek Valley, a picturesque setting in northwest Arkansa's Ozark Mountains, was selected as a park site in the 1930s.

Official Website: Devil's Den State Park

Lake D'Arbonne State Park Hiking Fishing Camping Biking Horseback Boating

Farmerville, LA 71241 (136.843 miles)

Northeast Louisiana, a fisherman's paradise. Campsite, picnic tables and grills, 3 piers and a boat ramp

Official Website: Lake D'Arbonne State Park

Crowley's Ridge State Park Hiking Fishing Camping Boating

Paragould, AR 72450 (137.517 miles)

The park occupies the former homestead of Benjamin Crowley, whose family first settled the area.

Official Website: Crowley's Ridge State Park