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Pinnacle Mountain State Park Hiking Boating

Little Rock, AR 72223 (3.140 miles)

A day-use park dedicated to environmental education, recreation and preservation.

Official Website: Pinnacle Mountain State Park

Woolly Hollow State Park Hiking Fishing Camping Boating

Greenbrier, AR 72058 (32.316 miles)

Overlooking Lake Bennett

Official Website: Woolly Hollow State Park

Petit Jean State Park Hiking Fishing Camping Boating

Morrilton, AR 72110 (38.346 miles)

Petit Jean State Park, Arkansas's first state park, is known for the legend of Petit Jean, a French girl who disguised herself as a boy and secretly accompanied her sweetheart, an early explorer, to the New World.

Official Website: Petit Jean State Park

Hot Springs National Park Hiking Camping Biking

Hot Springs, AR 71901 (42.867 miles)

Hot Springs National Park surrounds the north end of the city of Hot Springs.

Official Website: Hot Springs National Park

Ouachita National Forest Hiking Fishing Hunting Camping Biking Horseback

Hot Springs, AR 71902 (43.996 miles)

The Ouachita National Forest covers 1.8 million acres in central Arkansas and southeastern Oklahoma.

Official Website: Ouachita National Forest

Lake Ouachita State Park Hiking Fishing Camping Boating

Mountain Pine, AR 71956 (47.527 miles)

Surrounded by the Ouachita National Forest, the park is located on the eastern shore of Lake Ouachita.

Official Website: Lake Ouachita State Park

Lake Catherine State Park Hiking Fishing Camping Boating

Hot Springs, AR 71913 (48.316 miles)

Nestled in the Ouachita Mountains on 1,940-acre Lake Catherine.

Official Website: Lake Catherine State Park

Bayou Des Arc Wildlife Management Area Hiking Fishing Hunting Camping Boating

Des Arc, AR 72040 (49.527 miles)

953-acre wildlife management area was created in 1966 after the acquisition of property for the construction of a 320-acre public fishing lake.

Official Website: Bayou Des Arc Wildlife Management Area

DeGray Lake Resort State Park Hiking Fishing Camping Biking Boating

Bismarck, AR 71929 (56.136 miles)

Situated on the north shore of 13,800-acre DeGray Lake, in the foothills of the Ouachita Mountains.

Official Website: DeGray Lake Resort State Park

Mount Nebo State Park Hiking Camping Biking

Dardanelle, AR 72834 (56.376 miles)

Rising 1,350 feet, Mount Nebo offers sweeping views of the Arkansas River Valley.

Official Website: Mount Nebo State Park

Holla Bend National Wildlife Refuge Hiking Fishing Hunting

Dardanelle, AR 72834 (56.376 miles)

The refuge is situated on a bend of the Arkansas River cut off when the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers straightened the river in 1954 for flood control.

Official Website: Holla Bend National Wildlife Refuge

Lake Dardanelle State Park Hiking Fishing Camping Biking Boating

Russellville, AR 72802 (57.500 miles)

The park offers two areas on 34,300-acre Lake Dardanelle.

Official Website: Lake Dardanelle State Park

Bald Knob National Wildlife Refuge Hiking Fishing Hunting

Bald Knob, AR 72010 (57.543 miles)

Encompasses approximately 15,000 acres of forested wetlands and croplands.

Official Website: Bald Knob National Wildlife Refuge

Ozark-St Francis National Forest Hiking Fishing Hunting Camping Biking Horseback

Russellville, AR 72801 (57.956 miles)

The Ozark National Forest covers more than 1 million acres, mostly in northewestern Arkansas. The St. Francis National Forest is located on the east central edge of the state.

Official Website: Ozark-St Francis National Forest

Cane Creek State Park Hiking Fishing Camping Biking Boating

Star City, AR 71667 (62.983 miles)

Located where the rolling terrain of the West Gulf Coastal Plain and the alluvial lands of east Arkansas's Mississippi Delta, this park offers visitors the opportunity to explore two distinct natural settings in one visit.

Official Website: Cane Creek State Park

Cache River National Wildlife Refuge Hiking Fishing Hunting

Augusta, AR 72006 (66.722 miles)

The Cache River basin contains a variety of wetland communities, including some of the most intact and least disturbed bottomland hardwood forests in the Mississippi Valley region.

Official Website: Cache River National Wildlife Refuge

Wapanocca National Wildlife Refuge Hiking Fishing Hunting

Augusta, AR 72006 (66.722 miles)

The refuge is located four miles west of the Mississippi River and produced from the river by the levee.

Official Website: Wapanocca National Wildlife Refuge

White River National Wildlife Refuge Hiking Fishing Hunting Camping

St. Charles, AR 72140 (72.177 miles)

The refuge lies in the floodplain of the White River where it meets the Mississippi River.

Official Website: White River National Wildlife Refuge

Daisy State Park Hiking Fishing Camping Biking Boating

Kirby, AR 71950 (79.477 miles)

Situated on the shore of Lake Greeson.

Official Website: Daisy State Park

Mount Magazine State Park Hiking Camping Biking Horseback

Paris, AR 72855 (86.594 miles)

at 2,753-feet, Mount Magazine is Arkansas's highest mountain, rising above the valleys of the Petit Jean River to the south and the Arkansas River to the north.

Official Website: Mount Magazine State Park

White Oak Lake State Park Hiking Fishing Camping Biking Boating

Bluff City, AR 71722 (87.623 miles)

Adjacent to Poison Springs State Forest, the park lies on the shore of White Oak Lake.

Official Website: White Oak Lake State Park

Crater of Diamonds State Park Hiking Fishing Camping

Murfreesboro, AR 71958 (90.290 miles)

Along with the diamond search area, the park has hundreds of acres of natural forest featuring a diversity of flora and fauna.

Official Website: Crater of Diamonds State Park

Village Creek State Park Hiking Fishing Camping Biking Horseback Boating

Wynne, AR 72396 (94.043 miles)

Located on Crowley's Ridge, a geologic anomaly, in Arkansas's Mississippi Alluvial Plain.

Official Website: Village Creek State Park

Moro Bay State Park Fishing Camping Boating

Jersey, AR 71651 (97.123 miles)

Located in south central Arkansas where Moro Bay and Raymond Lake join the Ouachita River.

Official Website: Moro Bay State Park

Great River Road Hiking Fishing Camping Boating

Rosedale, MS 38769 (98.986 miles)

Situated inside the Mississippi River levee and bordered by the majestic river on its western edge, Great River Road State Park offers magnificent views of the ‘Father of Waters’ from a setting unmatched in natural beauty. The focal point of the park is a 75-foot high overlook tower, which provides panoramic views of the Mississippi River as well as being the ideal spot for a picnic. The park is named for the Great River Road, a scenic parkway that follows the Mississippi from its beginning as a small Canadian creek to its end at the Gulf of Mexico

Official Website: Great River Road

Logoly State Park Hiking Camping

McNeil, AR 71752 (106.263 miles)

Arkansas's first environmental education state park provides a living laboratory for students and visitors.

Official Website: Logoly State Park

Queen Wilhelmina State Park Hiking Camping

Mena, AR 71953 (106.599 miles)

Located atop Rich Mountain, Arkansas's second highest peak.

Official Website: Queen Wilhelmina State Park

Lake Poinsett State Park Hiking Fishing Camping Boating

Harrisburg, AR 72432 (107.436 miles)

Located atop Crowley's Ridge along 640-acre Lake Poinsett.

Official Website: Lake Poinsett State Park

Buffalo National River Hiking Fishing Camping Horseback

Harrison, AR 72601 (111.469 miles)

The Buffalo National river flows free over swift runnig rapids and quiet pools for its 135-mile length.

Official Website: Buffalo National River

Lake Charles State Park Hiking Fishing Camping Boating

Powhatan, AR 72458 (112.327 miles)

Located on the shore of spring-fed Lake Charles in the Ozark Mountains.

Official Website: Lake Charles State Park

Bull Shoals-White River State Park Hiking Fishing Camping Biking Boating

Bull Shoals, AR 72619 (113.457 miles)

The park stretches along the riverside and lakeshore where the White River and Bull Shoals Lake join at Bull Shoals dam.

Official Website: Bull Shoals-White River State Park

Felsenthal National Wildlife Refuge Hiking Fishing Hunting

Crossett, AR 71635 (114.284 miles)

This 65,000-acre refuge contains an abundance of water resources dominated by the Ouachita and Saline Rivers and the Felsenthal Pool.

Official Website: Felsenthal National Wildlife Refuge

Lake Fort Smith State Park Hiking Fishing Camping Biking Boating

Mountainburg, AR 72946 (115.495 miles)

Located on the western side of 1,400-acre Lake Fort Smith,.

Official Website: Lake Fort Smith State Park

Lake Chicot State Park Fishing Camping Biking Boating

Lake Village, AR 71653 (115.500 miles)

The Mississippi Delta's beauty and recreational opportunities come together at Arkansas's largest natural lake.

Official Website: Lake Chicot State Park

Pond Creek National Wildlife Refuge Hiking Fishing Hunting Camping

Lockesburg, AR 71846 (116.253 miles)

Abundant water resources in form of rivers, oxbow lakes, sloughs and mature bottomland hardwoods.

Official Website: Pond Creek National Wildlife Refuge

Dahomey Natioal Wildlife Refuge Hiking Fishing Hunting

Boyle, MS 38730 (117.360 miles)

Dahomey NWR is located 15 miles south west of Cleveland, Mississippi. It was established in 1990 when the Nature Conservancy purchased 9,269 and leased the land back to the Service for management. In 1993, the Service completed acquisition of the TNC lands. One additional 162 acre tract was purchased by Mississippi Department of Transportation (MDOT) and turned over to the Service in 1991. A 260 acre 16th section tract is leased from West Bolivar School Board bringing the total land base to 9,691 acres. The refuge is the largest remaining tract of bottomland hardwood-forested wetlands in the northwest portion of Mississippi.

Official Website: Dahomey Natioal Wildlife Refuge

Cossatot River State Park-Natural Area Hiking Fishing Camping

Wickes, AR 71973 (117.894 miles)

The park-natural area stretches 12 miles along the wild and scenic Cossatot River.

Official Website: Cossatot River State Park-Natural Area

Lake Frierson State Park Hiking Fishing Camping Boating

Jonesboro, AR 72401 (118.911 miles)

Atop Crowley's Ridge, on the shore of 335-acre Lake Frierson.

Official Website: Lake Frierson State Park

Withrow Springs State Park Hiking Fishing Camping

Huntsville, AR 72740 (120.863 miles)

Located in the heart of the Ozark Mountains and cradled by the bluffs of the War Eagle Creek.

Official Website: Withrow Springs State Park

Overflow National Wildlife Refuge Hiking Hunting

Parkdale, AR 71661 (122.567 miles)

The refuge is comprised of bottomland hardwood forests, agricultural fields and upland pine/hardwood forests.

Official Website: Overflow National Wildlife Refuge

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

Leroy Percy Hiking Fishing Hunting Camping Boating

Hollandale, MS 38748 (138.386 miles)

The oldest of Mississippi's state parks, Leroy Percy is characterized by artesian springs, cypress trees, and ancient oaks dripping with Spanish moss. Leroy Percy is the only state park featuring a wildlife preserve. The seasonal pursuit of deer, squirrel, turkey, duck, and dove beckons to hunters in search of an unspoiled hunting area away from the crowd. Leroy Percy is also known for its alligator population--visitors can safely observe the scaly reptiles from two observation towers over their hot artesian water home.

Official Website: Leroy Percy

Yazoo National Wildlife Refuge Hiking Fishing Hunting

Hollandale, MS 38748 (138.386 miles)

Yazoo National Wildlife Refuge is the oldest national wildlife refuge in the State of Mississippi. This refuge was established in 1936 as one of the links in a chain of refuges that provide for the wintering needs of ducks and geese in the Mississippi Flyway. Yazoo NWR is also known as one of the premier hunting refuges in the southeastern U.S. For years, hunters have traditionally scheduled their vacations to hunt Yazoo NWR's white-tailed deer.

Official Website: Yazoo National Wildlife Refuge

Leroy Percy Wildlife Management Area Hunting

Hollandale, MS 38748 (138.386 miles)

Leroy Percy Wildlife Management Area (WMA) is a 1,642-acre parcel located in Washington County, approximately 6 miles west of Hollandale on Highway 12. Leroy Percy WMA is located on Leroy Percy State Park, and is the only WMA in Mississippi located on a State Park.

Official Website: Leroy Percy Wildlife Management Area

Chemin-A-Haut State Park Hiking Fishing Camping Horseback

Bastrop, LA 71220 (138.710 miles)

Northeast Louisiana, Cabins, camping, boat rentals, fishing, nature trails and equestrain trail.

Official Website: Chemin-A-Haut State Park

John W. Kyle Fishing Camping Biking Boating

Sardis, MS 38666 (139.803 miles)

Located on scenic Sardis Reservoir just one hour from Memphis, John W. Kyle State Park offers a wide array of recreational opportunities in an area abundant in natural beauty. The historic campus of the University of Mississippi (Ole Miss) is just 25 miles away, making Kyle State Park the perfect spot to spend a football weekend.

Official Website: John W. Kyle

Charles Ray Nix Wildlife Management Area Hunting

Sardis, MS 38666 (139.803 miles)

Directions: Located in Panola County. From Sardis take Hwy. 315 West to Old Panola Road. Turn south on Old Panola Road to Davis Chapel Road. Turn west on Davis Chapel. Road will deadend at headquarters.

Official Website: Charles Ray Nix Wildlife Management Area

Lake Wister State Park Hiking Fishing Hunting Camping Biking Boating

Wister, OK 74966 (140.638 miles)

Lake Wister State Park, in southeast Oklahoma, is a gateway to the beautiful Ouachita National Forest. 7300 acre lake with five camping areas. The park offers many recreational activities including hiking, camping, bicycling, picnics, fishing, hunting, boating and water skiing. A waterfowl refuge is nearby, and hunting is allowed at Wister Wildlife Management Area. Camping facilities include cabins, tent sites and RV sites with both modern and semi-modern. Hiking trails include a self-guided nature trail, handicapped trail and a 4-mile round trip trail.

Official Website: Lake Wister State Park

Hobbs State Park-Conservation Area Hiking Fishing Hunting Camping Biking Horseback

Rogers, AR 72756 (143.961 miles)

Covers 12,045 acres along the southern shore of 28,370-acre Beaver Lake. Landscape consists of plateaus, ridges, valleys and streams featuring an upland forest of pine, oak and hickory.

Official Website: Hobbs State Park-Conservation Area

Meeman-Shelby Forest State Park Hiking Fishing Camping Biking Boating

Millington, TN 38053 (144.330 miles)

Bordering on the mighty Mississippi River, two-thirds of this 13,467-acre park are bottomland hardwood forests of large oak, cypress and tupelo. The park also contains two lakes and many miles of hiking trails. The Meeman Museum and Nature Center is named for Edward J. Meeman, courageous conservation editor of Scripps-Howard newspapers who helped establish this park and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. The park maintains a boat ramp on the Mississippi River. Deer, turkey, beaver and some 200 species of birds are abundant.

Official Website: Meeman-Shelby Forest State Park

Ouachita National Forest Hiking Fishing Hunting Camping Biking Horseback Boating

Broken Bow, OK 74728 (145.125 miles)

The forest showcases the Winding Stair Mountain National Recreation Area located in LeFlore County, Oklahoma. This congressionally designated area is recognized for outstanding outdoor recreation opportunities, especially horseback riding, scenic driving, wildlife viewing and hiking. The Talimena Scenic Byway traverses the national recreation area as it winds along the top of Winding Stair and Rich Mountains on its way into Arkansas. The Kerr Arboretum and Nature Center, a self-guided environmental education area is located here. Developed picnic areas, scenic overlooks, and historical interpretive exhibits can also be found along the drive.

Official Website: Ouachita National Forest

Beavers Bend State Park Hiking Fishing Camping Biking Boating

Broken Bow, OK 74728 (145.125 miles)

Towering timbers, crystal clear waters and mountainous terrain form what is affectionately referred to as Oklahoma's "Little Smokies." With a Riverbend area featuring acres of events and recreational programs, this park is an outdoor lover's paradise. Trout streams, hiking trails, tree identification trail, nature center and an outstanding forestry museum make this park the perfect choice for a family getaway.

Official Website: Beavers Bend State Park

Big Lake National Wildlife Refuge Hiking Fishing Hunting

Manila, AR 72442 (145.530 miles)

Once a free-flowing river system, Big Lake NWR was changed to a lake/swamp ecosystem by the New Madrid earthquakes of 1811-12.

Official Website: Big Lake National Wildlife Refuge

Poverty Point State Historic Site Hiking

Pioneer, LA 71266 (149.612 miles)

Northwest Louisiana. Hiking and a National Historic Landmark

Official Website: Poverty Point State Historic Site

Shipland Wildlife Management Area Hunting

Mayersville, MS 39113 (151.310 miles)

Shipland Wildlife Management Area (WMA) is located along the Mississippi Riverin Issaquena County, approximately 45 miles north of Vicksburg. The 3,500-acreWMA was established in 1982 on land purchased from the Nature Conservancy. This is the only WMA in theMississippi batture lands; that is, the land between the Mississippi river andthe main-line river levee. The area is classified as bottomland hardwood but thehabitat varies across the WMA from a small sand field that is comprised ofgrassland and stunted trees to a forest of oaks, pecan, and sugarberry, to lowwet areas of willow trees and buttonbush.

Official Website: Shipland Wildlife Management Area

Malmaison Wildlife Management Area Hunting

Greenwood, MS 38930 (151.767 miles)

Directions: Located in Grenada County. From Grenada take Hwy. 8 West to Hwy. 7. Take Hwy. 7 South approximately 6 miles to Malmaison Headquarter Road. Turn left and follow road to 628 Malmaison Road.

Official Website: Malmaison Wildlife Management Area

George P. Cossar Hiking Fishing Camping Biking Boating

Oakland, MS 38948 (151.943 miles)

Situated on the shores of Enid Lake, George Payne Cossar State Park is a sportsman's paradise. Most of the land around the lake and in nearby Holly Springs National Forest is open for public hunting, and is abundant in variety of game. Hunters are not the only sportsmen who will find their quarry in the area. The world record crappie, weighing in at over five pounds, was pulled from the waters of Enid Lake. These excellent hunting and fishing opportunities, combined with a variety of recreational opportunities and scenic natural beauty, make George Payne Cossar State Park the perfect family vacation spot.

Official Website: George P. Cossar

Sky Lake Wildlife Management Area Hunting

Belzoni, MS 39038 (152.100 miles)

Official Website: Sky Lake Wildlife Management Area

Talimena State Park Hiking Camping

Talihina, OK 74571 (152.567 miles)

the Talimena Scenic Drive - 54 miles of winding road through the Ouachita Mountains, and known for spectacular spring and fall foliage. Hiking and backpacking trails offers a wide range of scenic, wooded terrain. Dirt bikes and ATVs are permitted in the park as an entrance point to the National Forest Lands. Talimena State Park offers facilities for picnics and camping, including tables, a group shelter, full RV hookups with electric/water, tent campsites, playground, hiking trails, and comfort station with showers.

Official Website: Talimena State Park

Delta Natioal Forest Fishing Hunting Camping Horseback Boating

Rolling Fork, MS 39159 (153.209 miles)

Seen from the air, the Delta National Forest glimmers like a great, green jewel surrounded by lazy rivers and spreading agricultural fields. Delta is a large, contiguous block of bottomland hardwood forest, seasonally flooded timber, and small sloughs draining into the Big and Little Sunflower Rivers in the Yazoo Basin of the Mississippi River. It is the only bottomland hardwood ecosystem in the National Forest System.

Official Website: Delta Natioal Forest

Howard Miller Wildlife Management Area Hunting

Rolling Fork, MS 39159 (153.209 miles)

Howard Miller WMA is a 2,400 acre tract located in Issaquena County approximately 13 miles from Rolling Fork. It is a former rice and soybean farm that was acquired by the Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries, and Parks (MDWFP) in 2007. There are 48 fields separated by levees and ditches. These fields are grouped into 24 hunt units approximately 80 acres in size each. There are 420 acres of permanent wildlife sanctuary. Howard Miller WMA is managed as a quality waterfowl hunting area. Approximately 480 acres are managed for moist-soil vegetation with beneficial native plants.

Official Website: Howard Miller Wildlife Management Area

Sunflower Wildlife Management Area Hunting

Rolling Fork, MS 39159 (153.209 miles)

Sunflower Wildlife Management Area is approximately 60,000 acres located in Delta National Forest, which is owned by the US Forest Service (USFS). The WMA is located in Sharkey County, about 10 miles east of Rolling Fork, and was established in 1955. Consisting entirely of bottomland hardwood forest with stands varying in age from regeneration areas to mature forests, the major tree species on the area are water, willow, overcup, and Nuttall oaks, ash, sugarberry, sweetgum, and cypress. Management of timber stands is entirely handled by the USFS.

Official Website: Sunflower Wildlife Management Area

Twin Oaks Wildlife Management Area Hunting

Rolling Fork, MS 39159 (153.209 miles)

Twin Oaks WMA is a 5,847-acre tract located approximately 40 miles north of Vicksburg, Mississippi. This area is bounded by the Little Sunflower River on the east and county/gravel roads on the north and south. Although the area adjoins the approximately 60,000 acre Delta National Forest to the east, the WMA is considered somewhat isolated as a result of agricultural practices on the north, south, and western boundaries. Prior to acquisition, the primary use of this site was for timber production.

Official Website: Twin Oaks Wildlife Management Area

Bayou Macon Hunting Camping

Monroe, LA 71203 (153.301 miles)

LDWF owned. Bottomland hardwood area. Primitive camping available.

Official Website: Bayou Macon

Big colewa Bayou Hunting

Monroe, LA 71203 (153.301 miles)

LDWF owned. Hunting, small and big game. Especially dove.

Official Website: Big colewa Bayou

Floy Ward McElroy WMA Hiking Fishing Hunting

Monroe, LA 71203 (153.301 miles)

Located in Richland parish. Wildlfie refuge and education area. Wildlife viewing, birding, fishing and nature trails

Official Website: Floy Ward McElroy WMA

Ouachita WMA Fishing Hunting Camping Boating

Monroe, LA 71203 (153.301 miles)

Located in Ouachita Parish. Bottomland hardwood area. Big and small game hunting, trapping, waterfowl, and birding. Three reservoirs for fishing. Camping area avialable.

Official Website: Ouachita WMA

Russell Sage WMA Hiking Hunting Camping

Monroe, LA 71203 (153.301 miles)

Located in Ouachita, Richland and Morehouse parishes. Hunting, trapping, birding and camping

Official Website: Russell Sage WMA

Union WMA Hunting Camping

Monroe, LA 71203 (153.301 miles)

Located in Union parish. Hunting, tapping and camping.

Official Website: Union WMA

Atlanta State Park Hiking Fishing Camping Biking Boating

Atlanta, TX 75551 (154.023 miles)

Atlanta State Park is 1475 acres on Lake Wright Patman Dam in Cass County, a few miles southwest of Texarkana. Caddo Indians once made this area their home. The park offers swimming in a designated sandy beach area (no lifeguard on duty) on Wright Patman Lake, a nature trail and a hiking trail of five miles, water skiing, boating (canoe rentals are available at the park), and fishing. Wright Patman Lake is also a popular fishing spot. The reservoir covers 20,300 acres and has an average depth of 7.6 feet. There are 170 miles of shoreline.

Official Website: Atlanta State Park

Bayou Pierre Hiking Hunting

Minden, LA 71055 (156.982 miles)

LDWF owned. Bottomland hardwoods. Hunting and birdwatching.

Official Website: Bayou Pierre

Bodcau Fishing Hunting Camping Boating

Minden, LA 71055 (156.982 miles)

Locatedin Bossier and Webster Parishes. Boating, fishing,birding, hunting and camping are available. Ivan Lake is a man-made reservoir available for use.

Official Website: Bodcau

Jackson Bienville WMA Hunting

Minden, LA 71055 (156.982 miles)

Located in Jackson, Bienville, and Lincoln parishes. Rolling pine hills and bottomland hardwoods. Hunting and trapping.

Official Website: Jackson Bienville WMA

Loggy Bayou WMA Hiking Fishing Hunting Camping

Minden, LA 71055 (156.982 miles)

Located in Bossier Parish. Hunting, sport and commercial fishing. Bird watching and nature study groups. Camping

Official Website: Loggy Bayou WMA

Soda Lake WMA Hiking Hunting Biking

Minden, LA 71055 (156.982 miles)

Located in Caddo parish. Access is limited to walk-in and bicycle. Hunting, wildlife and bird viewing

Official Website: Soda Lake WMA

Tenkiller State Park Hiking Fishing Camping Boating

Vian, OK 74962 (157.293 miles)

There are many reasons why we call Tenkiller State Park, "Heaven in the Hills". Located on the shore of scenic Lake Tenkiller, this park is an outdoor recreation wonderland. The magnificent limestone cliffs, crystal clear water and abundant water sports, including an underwater scuba park, make this one of Oklahoma's favorites.The sparkling blue waters of Tenkiller Lake offer water enthusiasts an abundance of recreational opportunities including water skiing, fishing, boating, tubing, and scuba diving.

Official Website: Tenkiller State Park

Hillside National Wildlife Refuge Fishing Hunting

Cruger, MS 38924 (157.561 miles)

This refuge is an oasis of wildlife habitat surrounded by agriculture. Bounded on the east side by the unique loess bluffs of eastern Mississippi, this 15,572-acre refuge was named to reflect its location at the base of the bluffs. The refuge was established in 1975 and provides important stop-over and nesting habitat for over 200 species of neotropical migratory birds.

Official Website: Hillside National Wildlife Refuge

Mathews Brake National Wildlife Refuge Fishing Hunting

Cruger, MS 38924 (157.561 miles)

Mathews Brake National Wildlife Refuge encompasses 2,418 acres in west-central Mississippi. Established in 1980, the refuge is one of seven national wildlife refuges in the Theodore Roosevelt National Wildlife Refuge Complex. The primary habitat feature is Mathews Brake, the largest brake in Leflore County. Each winter the brake provides habitat for over 30,000 ducks. Neotropical migratory birds use the refuge during migration seasons throughout the year. The refuge supports about 200 species of migratory birds, including priority species such as the prothonotary warbler.

Official Website: Mathews Brake National Wildlife Refuge

Morgan Brake National Wildlife Refuge Fishing Hunting

Cruger, MS 38924 (157.561 miles)

Morgan Brake National Wildlife Refuge ...one of seven refuges in the Theodore Roosevelt National Wildlife Refuge Complex. In addition to the typical bottomland habitats of the Mississippi Delta, Morgan Brake National Wildlife Refuge includes a unique mile of north-facing loess bluffs on the east side of the refuge. This rare habitat with its unique floral assembly, has been described by natural resources experts as the standard by which all loess bluffs can be judged.The refuge is noted for large numbers of wintering waterfowl which have exceeded 100,000 ducks in recent years. Approximately 250 species of birds use the

Official Website: Morgan Brake National Wildlife Refuge

Hugh White Fishing Camping Boating

Grenada, MS 38902 (159.524 miles)

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. Hugh White State Park is centrally located between Memphis, Tennessee and Jackson, Mississippi.

Official Website: Hugh White

Tallahatchie National Wildlife Refuge Fishing Hunting

Grenada, MS 38902 (159.524 miles)

The Tallahatchie National Wildlife Refuge was established in 1990 and consists of 4,083 acres in Grenada and Tallahatchie Counties. Topography is relatively flat and land has been subject to extensive clearing and drainage. Upon acquisition the refuge lands consited mostly of agricultural fields. Since then, nearly 1,300 acres have been reforested. The unit's largest continuous tract is a patchwork of cultivated farmlands, old fields, and small scattered hardwood bottomland forests bisected by the meandering Tippo Bayou that is its center piece.

Official Website: Tallahatchie National Wildlife Refuge

Lake George Wildlife Management Area Hunting

Holly Bluff, MS 39088 (162.893 miles)

Lake George Wildlife Management Area (WMA) is a 8,383-acre parcel located in Yazoo County, between Holly Bluff and Satartia on Highway 433. This area is dominated by regenerated bottomland hardwood forest, with less than 40 acres consisting of mature timber. This WMA is owned by the Vicksburg District of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and is maintained by the MDWFP. Lake George became a WMA in 1990.

Official Website: Lake George Wildlife Management Area

Holly Springs National Forest Fishing Hunting Camping Boating

Oxford, MS 38655 (163.237 miles)

Official Website: Holly Springs National Forest

Sardis Waterfowl Wildlife Management Area Hunting

Oxford, MS 38655 (163.237 miles)

Directions: From Oxford, take Hwy. 314 west approximately 1.5 miles. Turn right at 3-way stop. Turn left at 4-way stop onto CR 102. Go 5 miles, then turn right onto CR 141. Go approximately 3.5 miles to area headquarters.

Official Website: Sardis Waterfowl Wildlife Management Area

Upper Sardis Wildlife Management Area Hunting

Oxford, MS 38655 (163.237 miles)

Directions: Located in Lafayette County. From the intersection of Hwy. 7 and Hwy. 30 at Oxford go 12 miles east on Hwy. 30 to sign on the right saying Headquarters.

Official Website: Upper Sardis Wildlife Management Area

Wall Doxey Hiking Fishing Camping Biking Boating

Holly Springs, MS 38635 (164.320 miles)

Wall Doxey State Park offers an abundance of outdoor recreation opportunities in a setting rich in natural beauty. Centered around a 60-acre, spring-fed lake, Wall Doxey is only 40 miles from the exciting shopping, restaurants, and attractions of Memphis, Tennessee, and is just seven miles from the splendid antebellum homes of Holly Springs, Mississippi. The University of Mississippi ("Ole Miss") is just a 25-minute drive away, making Wall Doxey State Park the perfect place to spend a football weekend. For a weekend getaway or as a central vacation spot, Wall Doxey State Park is an ideal destination.

Official Website: Wall Doxey

Lake Bistineau State Park Hiking Fishing Camping Boating

Doyline, LA 71023 (165.501 miles)

North Louisiana. Cabins, camping, boat rentals, extensive hiking trails and activity areas

Official Website: Lake Bistineau State Park

Robbers Cave State Park Hiking Fishing Hunting Camping Biking Horseback Boating

Wilburton, OK 74578 (168.462 miles)

Robbers Cave State Park is located in the scenic, hilly woodlands of the San Bois Mountains of southeast Oklahoma. A favorite of rappellers, equestrians, hikers and outdoor lovers. Robbers Cave enjoys notoriety as a former hideout for outlaws. The park and adjoining wildlife management area, including Lake Wayne Wallace, offers acres of discovery and enjoyment including trout fishing in season, boating, hunting, mountain biking, trails for hikers and horses, sandstone cliffs for climbing and rappelling, and fall foliage viewing.

Official Website: Robbers Cave State Park

Lower Hatchie Hiking Fishing Hunting Boating

Henning, TN 38041 (169.119 miles)

Lower Hatchie National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) sits along the lower 17 miles of the Hatchie River in western Tennessee. Unlike most Mississippi River tributaries that have been straightened and levees constructed for flood control, the Hatchie River remains the longest continuous stretch of naturally meandering river in the lower Mississippi River Valley. In result, wildlife and fisheries thrive in its almost pristine watershed ecosystems. The refuge helps protect and enhance the ever diminishing bottomland hardwood forests, along with other important habitats within the Hatchie River watershed. The refuge currently comprises 9,451 acres.

Official Website: Lower Hatchie

Fort Pillow State Park Fishing Camping Boating

Henning, TN 38041 (169.119 miles)

The 1,642 acre Fort Pillow, located in Lauderdale County on the Chickasaw Bluffs overlooking the Mississippi River, is rich in both historic and archaeological significance. In 1861, the Confederate Army built extensive fortifications here and named the site for General Gideon J. Pillow of Maury County. The confederate soldiers abandoned the fort. Remains of the earthworks are well-preserved. Nature and recreational programs are presented during the summer months or upon request.

Official Website: Fort Pillow State Park

Panther Swamp National Wildlife Refuge Fishing Hunting

Yazoo City, MS 39194 (171.865 miles)

Panther Swamp National Wildlife Refuge one of seven refuges in the Theodore Roosevelt National Wildlife Refuge Complex. Established in 1978, Panther Swamp National Wildlife Refuge encompasses 38,697 acres. Included in those acres is one of the largest blocks (21,000 acres) of bottomland forest in the lower Mississippi River alluvial floodplain. The upland areas or ridges often crest at no more than one foot above swamp areas, and contain nuttall, willow and water oaks and other species while overcup oak, bitter pecan and ash dominate the transition zone from swamp to upland. Additional habitat types consist of reforested and agricultural areas

Official Website: Panther Swamp National Wildlife Refuge

Greenleaf State Park Hiking Fishing Camping Biking Horseback Boating

Braggs, OK 74423 (172.152 miles)

Greenleaf State Park is one of Oklahoma's original seven state parks and one of its most scenic and family-oriented. The lake cabins and other facilities at Greenleaf State Park were built in the 1930s by the CCC, WPA, and German prisoners-of-war. The original buildings, constructed of native stone, remain a lasting and beautiful tribute to those who built them. Guests will heated fishing dock, amphitheater, nature center, hiking trails and horseshoes, campfire programs, nature hikes, mountain biking, and more. No jet skis or wave runners are allowed on Greenleaf Lake. A children's pond has been stocked with rainbow trout for winter visitors.

Official Website: Greenleaf State Park

John Tully State Forest Hiking Fishing Hunting Camping Biking Horseback Boating

Greeneville, TN 38063 (172.419 miles)

John Tully State Forest, acquired on August 29, 2002, was formed from part of a substantial tract of prime forestland and wildlife habitat acquired from Anderson-Tully, a Memphis-based timber manage-ment and lumber company. Funding was provided by a joint effort of the State of Tennessee, the USDA Forest Service's Forest Legacy program, the Nature Conservancy, and various other private sources including the National Wild Turkey Federation, Tennessee Parks and Greenways Foundation and Wildlife Forever, Inc. John Tully State Forest had been owned by the Anderson-Tully Corporation since 1902, with timber production as the primary objective. Almost the entire state forest area was harvested extensively in the years immediately prior to purchase by the state. In addition, the property has been managed for years by the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency (TWRA) as a wildlife management area. As the only state forest representing western Tennessee's physiogeographic region, it is covered in Mississippi River alluvial bottomland hardwoods and holds some of the state's best hunting and fishing lands. It is only the second state forest established in the last half-century.

Official Website: John Tully State Forest

Chickasaw NWR Fishing Hunting

Ripley, TN 38063 (172.419 miles)

Established August 5, 1985, Chickasaw National Wildlife Refuge lies in the Lower Mississippi River floodplain along the Chickasaw Bluff in western Tennessee. Chickasaw NWR currently encompasses 25,006 acres and includes the largest block of bottomland hardwood forest in Tennessee. Chickasaw NWR and adjacent lands are known to be important wintering and stop-over areas for a large portion of the Mississippi Flyway mallard population. Under optimum conditions, peak waterfowl numbers may exceed 250,000 including black ducks, gadwall, pintail, teal, wigeon, wood duck, ring-necked duck, and hooded merganser.

Official Website: Chickasaw NWR

Jimmie Davis State Park Hiking Fishing Camping Biking Boating

Chatham, LA 71226 (172.963 miles)

Northwest Louisana. Camping, cabins, fishing, waterskiing, biking and nature trails

Official Website: Jimmie Davis State Park

Raymond Gary State Park Fishing Camping Boating

Ft. Towson, OK 74735 (173.103 miles)

This park is located in southeast Oklahoma on the shores of Raymond Gary Lake. The lake offers fishing, boating, and swimming. Camping and picnic facilities are available, and include RV sites with full hookups, tent sites, group pavilions, comfort stations with showers, a playground, swim beach, and cabin rentals. Six primitive cabins are available, three featuring restrooms and showers. Unlighted boat ramps provide access to the lake, and an ADA accessible fishing dock is also on site. Paddleboats, canoes, and fishing boats are available for rental. Lakefront cabins are available.

Official Website: Raymond Gary State Park

Hatchie NWR Fishing Hunting Boating

South Stanton, TN 38069 (176.641 miles)

Hatchie NWR includes 11,556 acres along the Scenic Hatchie River and is located about four miles south of Brownsville, Tennessee. The refuge was established in 1964, primarily to provide habitat (food, water and shelter) for migrating and wintering waterfowl.

Official Website: Hatchie NWR

Clayton Lake State Park Hiking Fishing Camping Boating

Clayton, OK 74536 (178.692 miles)

This 500 acre park provides a restful hideaway and offers a quiet getaway. The park features full service RV sites and tent camping areas, along with primitive cabins, one family-style two bedroom cabin, picnic tables, group picnic shelters, comfort stations with showers, and boat ramps. Clayton Lake State Park is an excellent location for fishing, boating, and ATVs. The park also offers an ADA accessible fishing dock, playground, hiking trails, and swimming beach.

Official Website: Clayton Lake State Park

Caddo Lake State Park Hiking Fishing Camping Boating

Karnack, TX 75661 (180.536 miles)

Thick bald cypress and a tangle of aquatic plants thrive in the waters at Caddo Lake State Park. Because the vegetation is so lush, much of the lake is really a maze of sloughs, bayous, and ponds. The park affords excellent access to the diverse fishing in Texas. Activities enjoyed include camping, hiking, swimming, picnicking, nature study, fishing, and boating. There are canoe in the park, Jon boat with motor rentals (outside the park about 6 miles away), and pontoon boat tours daily except Wednesday.

Official Website: Caddo Lake State Park

Calhoun County Wildlife Management Area Hunting

Calhoun City, MS 38916 (182.441 miles)

Directions: Beginning on the west side of the Square in Calhoun City, go west on CR 306 5.7 miles, turn right onto CR 317, go .75 mile, turn left on CR 308, go .06 mile, turn right onto CR 319, go 4.4 miles to the intersection of CR 321, turn left onto CR 321, to .33 mile to CR 322, turn right onto CR 322, go.25 mile, headquarters on left.

Official Website: Calhoun County Wildlife Management Area

Daingerfield State Park Hiking Fishing Camping Boating

Daingerfield, TX 75638 (183.261 miles)

Daingerfield State Park is a 506.913-acre recreational area, including an 80-surface-acre lake. The park offers picnicking; camping; boating (5 MPH speed limit); fishing; swimming; hiking; and nature study. Springtime brings breath-taking bouquets throughout the park's rolling hills when dogwoods, redbuds, and wisteria vines burst into bloom. Although northeast Texas is known for pines, each fall the park is a delight as sweetgum, oak, and maple trees produce dazzling shades of red and gold, offering a stark contrast to those famous evergreens. Fish in the lake include crappie, perch, catfish, bass, and chain pickerel.

Official Website: Daingerfield State Park

Mahannah Wildlife Management Area Hunting

Redwood, MS 39156 (183.467 miles)

Mahannah Wildlife Management Area (WMA) is located in Warren and Issaquena counties, approximately 15 miles north of Vicksburg, Mississippi. The WMA consists of approximately 12,695 acres of bottomland hardwoods, agriculture fields, hardwood reforestation, and waterfowl impoundments. Mahannah WMA is part of one of the most ecologically intact and biologically diverse bottomland hardwood ecosystems in the Mississippi Delta. The area is a unique balance of flooding timber, cypress swamps, and controlled flooded agricultural lands. This diverse land provides habitat for some of the largest concentrations of wintering waterfowl in the Mississippi Delta.

Official Website: Mahannah Wildlife Management Area

Holmes County Hiking Fishing Camping Boating

Durant, MS 39063 (183.860 miles)

The beautiful hardwood forests of Holmes County State Park are home to an abundance of wildlife, and provide the scenic backdrop for a variety of outdoor activities. Built around two lakes covering 88 acres, the park offers such diverse excitement as fishing, camping and cabin rentals. Holmes County State Park offers easy access to Interstate 55, which bisects Mississippi north and south. The convenient location and diverse outdoor recreational amenities make Holmes County State Park a favorite retreat.

Official Website: Holmes County

Hugo State Park Fishing Hunting Camping Boating

Hugo, OK 74743 (187.885 miles)

Located in scenic southeastern Oklahoma, this long established recreation destination offers family fun, boating, abundant fishing opportunities, and spectacular sunsets. The park offers 16 two bedroom resort cabins, 10 primitive cabins, a 56-slip full service marina with store, pavilions, picnic sites with grills and tables, and pontoon boat rentals. Hiking, biking, and nature trails are also on site. All cabins feature a deck with lake view and include fireplaces, heat, and air conditioning. Larger cabins are fully furnished with kitchen and bath facilities. Tent camping is also available.

Official Website: Hugo State Park

Sequoyah Bay State Park Hiking Fishing Camping Biking Horseback Boating

Wagoner, OK 74467 (189.655 miles)

Sequoyah Bay State Park is located on the shores of Fort Gibson Reservoir, offering 19,100 surface acres and 225 miles of shoreline. A variety of water sports are available. A full-service marina, and cafe offering breakfast, lunch and dinner. Camping is plentiful with semi-modern RV sites with 30 and 50 amp electrical service and regular tent sites. Other amenities include comfort stations with showers, a swimming beach, playgrounds, volleyball, basketball court, nature trail, group facilities and a cafe. Marina offers fishing and hunting licenses, bait, and sports/boat/picnic supplies, along with boat slips and boat storage. Picnic areas include water and electricity.

Official Website: Sequoyah Bay State Park

Hell Creek Wildlife Management Area Hunting

New Albany, MS 38652 (190.358 miles)

Directions: From New Albany, take Hwy 15 north toward Ripley. At Cotton Plant community turn left onto county road 825. Headquarters building is 3.5 miles on the right.

Official Website: Hell Creek Wildlife Management Area

Lake Bob Sandlin State Park Hiking Fishing Camping Biking Boating

Pittsburg, TX 75686 (193.190 miles)

Lake Bob Sandlin State Park is a 639.8-acre park located on the heavily-wooded shoreline on the north side of the 9400-acre Lake Bob Sandlin. The Fort Sherman cemetery is located in the park. Activities include picnicking; hiking; swimming; mountain biking; in-line skating; and fishing for largemouth bass, catfish, and crappie. Eagles can be spotted during winter months. A variety of birds and wildlife can be viewed year round.

Official Website: Lake Bob Sandlin State Park