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Tishomingo State Park Tishomingo

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Tishomingo State Park
Tishomingo State Park
Tishomingo
MS
38873
Tel: (662)438.6914

Directions

Two miles south of Tishomingo off Mississippi Highway 25; at milepost 304 on the Natchez Trace Parkway.

Where are we going today?

Today\'s visitors to Tishomingo State Park discover the same timeless natural beauty that enchanted the Indians centuries ago. Tishomingo offers a unique landscape of massive rock formations and fern-filled crevices found nowhere else in Mississippi.
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    We always enjoy camping here. The campsites could use some updating. Sewer at the sites would be fantastic! The canoe trip on Bear Creek us great. Don't miss the pool. Although it is a shame that campers have to pay to swim. The old log cabin and mill pond are a neat place to explore and the hiking trails and swinging bridge are very enjoyable.

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    went yesterday, 5/2/14, and was very disappointed...we told the game warden we were there to fish handicap accessable piers , he tool the money and failed to mention that there was only a little water left in the lake. When exited the park less than 15 minutes later, we stopped by the guard house to return our pass and ask where the water was? His response was you noticed, with a chuckle. We ask why he didn't mention it on the way in since we specifically told him we were there to fish and he me a note mentioning the lake leaked now and was going...Read More

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    While driving the Natchez Trace Parkway we stopped off to see this Mississippi State Park. It's a very nice state park, with nice campgrounds. Water and electric to the sites -- no full hookups but a dump station within the park. I didn't measure the sites but our 32' RV with Toad might not fit in very many of the sites.

    Nice area with trails.

    Nice lake.

    We'll be back!

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by kevin martin

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went yesterday, 5/2/14, and was very disappointed...we told the game warden we were there to fish handicap accessable piers , he tool the money and failed to mention that there was only a little water left in the lake. When exited the park less than 15 minutes later, we stopped by the guard house to return our pass and ask where the water was? His response was you noticed, with a chuckle. We ask why he didn't mention it on the way in since we specifically told him we were there to fish and he me a note mentioning the lake leaked now and was going to continue to leak indefinitely. If DWF reads these reviews, you need to mention the lake is out before more people plan vacations around this feature. Its a beautiful park with lots more to see, but if your plan was fishing, it was truly a waste. just lucky I guess, but Bay Springs Lake on the Water way is about 5 miles up the road and it was great! This is not a slam on the park, it was beautiful, just not what we were expecting...its a slam on the game warden that didn't mention the lack of lake.

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