Swinging Bridge in Tishomingo State Park

Tishomingo County — Located in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains – beautiful vistas and home to Woodall Mountain, the highest point in Mississippi, two award-winning state parks, a national park, 50,000 acres of lakes, 12,000 acres of protected hunting areas and 10 Corps of Engineers parks. An outdoor enthusiast’s paradise—caves, canyons, swinging bridge, covered bridge, and miles of hiking trails and streams perfect for canoeing, fishing and swimming. Take a break at our quaint restaurants and cafes, arts and craft shops and the old Tishomingo County Courthouse Museum, once the “Marriage Capitol of the South.”

See some of Tishomingo County’s highlights here.

Tishomingo is always a refreshing change of pace! Learn more by visiting www.tishomingofunhere.org or call 662-423-0051.

Tishomingo State Park – Tishomingo, MS | Natchez Trace

Tishomingo State Park located near the Natchez Trace Parkway boast of beautiful rocky canyons, hardwood forests, flowering shrubs and trees.  The park has six fully furnished cabins, 62 RV pads, tent camping, group camp, dining hall, meeting facilities, lake, swimming  pool, canoe rental, picnic areas and 13 miles of nature trails.  662-438-6914

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J.P. Coleman State Park – Iuka, MS

J.P. Coleman State Park located on Pickwick Lake, 13 miles north of  Iuka, MS, has three townhouses, 16 hotel rooms, meeting room facilities for up to 200 people and 20 fully furnished cabins, and also 69 RV sites with full hookups. Phone: 662-423-6515

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