Giant bass, open-air concerts and historic landmarks are among the draws of Mississippi State Parks for families. Here are some of the best, and what to do when you get there:
Appalachian outings, Presidential picnics and Emu Farms are a few of the reasons to don your boots and explore the state's great outdoors. Stretch your legs in these Mississippi State Parks:
Whether your preference is for archery or fishing, jet skiing or canoeing, these Mississippi State Parks offer exhilarating sporting opportunities around every corner. Here are some of the top spots in the state:
Stocked with bass, bream and catfish, Hugh White is roughly equidistant between Memphis, Tennessee and Jackson, making it a convenient fishing vacation destination. Nearby, you can try your hand at archery at the Cocchuma Range, or hike in Holly Springs National Forest.