Built around two lakes covering 88 acres, the park offer such diverse activities as fishing, roller skating, camping and cabin rentals.
The North Mississippi Fish Hatchery Visitor Education Center in Enid provides an educational and entertaining experience that promotes freshwater sport fishing, encourages the conservation and stewardship of aquatic resources and offers information about the Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries, and Parks.
The nation's largest seashore, Gulf islands stretches from Mississippi to Florida.
Located on scenic Grenada Lake, Hugh White State Park offers the finest outdoor recreation amenities available, all nestled in a setting unmatched in natural beauty.
Grenada Lake is best known as a haven for crappie fishermen, but is also well-stocked with bass, bream and catfish.
Tales of the heroic exploits of French and Spanish settlers and romantic legends of the Pascagoula and Biloxi Indians are standard fare in the scenic coastal area surrounding Shepard State Park.
Although it is called "Cottonlandia," the Museum is about so much more than cotton.
She included their beloved housekeeper, Mittie, who helped raise the children and care for the family. Ten years in the making, the Ohr-O'Keefe Museum of Art celebrates the innovative, independent and creative spirit of namesake Mississippi master potter George Ohr.