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An onsite favorite serving up seafood, steaks, sandwiches and other familiar favorites. With lovely harbor views of Pickwick Lake and the option of indoor and outdoor seating, this is a fun and convenient spot for a casual meal with your crew.
Anglers of every age and skill level love trying their luck in these gorgeous waters. Widely considered the best smallmouth bass fishery in America, Pickwick Lake is a reservoir that is part of the Tennessee Valley Authority that stretches from Pickwick Landing Dam to Wilson Dam. A number of fish species are found here, including small and largemouth bass, striped bass, crappie, sauger, bluegill, catfish, and many more.
Located 14 miles south of Savannah, Pickwick Landing State Park is composed of 1,416 rolling acres of hills and hollows and has something for everyone in your crew to enjoy. Recognized for its exceptional fishing and water recreation activities, the park also offers opportunities for golf, tennis, disc golf, nature walks, and picnicking. In addition, you’ll have access to a lodge, restaurant, cabins, and camping sites for overnight stays, offering the perfect opportunity to spend some quality time with family while immersed in nature.
This hidden gem is accessible only by boat but is well worth the extra effort to visit. The towering 50-foot falls are located a short ride south of J.P. Coleman State Park in Iuka, MS. Drop anchor and take a refreshing swim, explore the gorgeous surroundings, or simply relax and enjoy the sights and sounds. This mini-excursion is the perfect adventure if you’re looking for something off the beaten path that feels all your own.
Hike to the highest point of Mississippi with a day trip to Woodall Mountain. Located just off of Highway 25 in the northeast part of the state, the area is known for being a scene of fighting during the American Civil War during the Battle of Iuka in 1862. With a summit of 807 feet, the mountain is, in reality, more of a hill, but remains a popular destination for a quick hike and scenic views from the top.
Named after the leader of the Chickasaw nation, Chief Tishomingo, this enchanting park is located in the foothills of the Appalachian mountains. Archeological evidence of the park dates back as far back as 7,000 BC with the settlements of the Paleo Indians. In the 1800’s the highway known as the Natchez Trace Parkway, ran directly through the park, and still offers scenic views of the surrounding area. Visitors enjoy hiking, disc golf, rock climbing, canoeing, swimming, picnicking, and more.