Tishomingo State Park

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Tishomingo State Park is a historic area located in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains. Historians believe Paleo Indians once roamed the area. Uncommon to Mississippi, Tishomingo has large rock formation throughout the park. Disc golfing, boating, swimming, picnicking, canoeing and field sporting are all popular here. A 13-mile trail system is also available for hikers.

A reviewer says: "Absolutely my favorite place yet. Spent a week there and couldn't get bored. Awesome disc golfing. Warrior ridge is an awesome, challenging course, Chickasaw trail is comfortable. I love both. There's a new third course in development currently."
Contact: State Government
Posted by: TrailAPI on February 9, 2013
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    Campground Activities

    Disc golfing, hiking, picnicking, canoeing, field sporting, etc. If you venture into the nearby Natchez Trace Parkway there are many sites to see and other attractions.

    Campground Amenities

    Electricity/Water, laundry room, showers, RV sites, etc.

    Reservation info

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    Camping Fees

    $16 per night

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    Reviews of Tishomingo State Park



    Reviewed by cal3san on November 17, 2014

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    This was a very pleasant surprise. Level pad for pop up and truck, electricity and water, clean shower and bath minutes away. Very clean park and quiet after 10 pm. And this was on a weekend in September when they hosted numerous hunting and youth groups. Didn't realize the full measure of the CG until we stopped to pay our $13 (Senior Rate) on our way out and saw a large map of the CG. Next time through will make sure we arrive in afternoon so we can explore hiking trails and other venues. Sewage dump is behind Chapel Pavilion (across from Campsite 15. Trash is disposed at dumpster near Check-in Point/Office
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    Reviewed by Gia Scott on May 7, 2014

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    We visited at the end of the fall foliage season, and it was absolutely gorgeous. There is a lot to do in the park, even in the "off" season. Enjoyable hikes, wonderful staff & facilities, good roads & trails, and natural beauty--what more could anyone want? It also made a great base for exploring the surrounding area, including the town of Tishomingo. For fall foliage in the South, this is definitely a fantastic location, far surpassing anything else we've seen. We intend to go back as often as possible for the experience.
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    Reviewed by Guest on June 13, 2010

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    The best in Mississippi
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