Tishomingo State Park
Nestled in the northeast corner of Mississippi, Tishomingo State Park offers visitors a park steeped in history and geological beauty not found anywhere else in Mississippi. Massive rock formations, mossy boulders and crevices found along the creek banks and shadowed ridges. The Park was named for Chief Tishomingo, the leader of the Chickasaw Nation. Archeological excavations show that native people populated this area dating back to 7000 BC.
The beauty, amenities, and history of this Park has resulted in a large number of accolades including Reserve America’s “Top 100 Family Campgrounds”, “Top 25 Canoeing Spots” Top 25 Educational and Historic Facilities “Top 50 Hiking Trails.” “Top 25 Kid Friendly Parks” and has been included on “Top 25 Birdwatching Spots,” “Top 25 Picnic Areas,” and “Top 25 Tours & Events” lists.
The Natchez Trace Parkwaybisects the park.
How to Get There
Two miles south of Tishomingo off Mississippi Highway 25; at milepost 304 on the Natchez Trace Parkway.
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Pet Friendly Notes
Pets are not allowed in the lodge, cabins, or swim areas.
Activities and recreational include: picnic area with tables and grills, picnic pavilions, lodge facility, disc golf courses, compass course, hiking trails, playgrounds, multi-use field, volleyball court, and a swimming pool. Rock climbing is available by permit. Canoe trips and fishing are available on Bear Creek. Haynes Lake, a 45 acre fresh water lake, is available for fishing.
The park provides 6 cabins, 1 cottage, a lodge, and 62 RV Sites. Reservation are made through Reserve America
The group camp can be reserved by calling the park office.
Open Year Round
Day Use Fees $4.00 per car up to 6ppl / $0,50 per person for each additional person For other use fees, contact the Park