Embrace the timeless natural beauty of this Mississippi state park.
Tishomingo State Park is located in northeastern Mississippi in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains. This place was named after a Native American tribe leader, Chief Tishomingo. Archaeological excavations within the state park have confirmed the presence of ancient Paleo tribes that once lived here. The area is filled with rock formations and features several trails for visitors to explore. A particularly popular recreational activity is canoeing down Bear Creek.
There is a small fee for everyone ages six and up that wants to use the day use area in the state park. This is a great place to have a picnic; they have tables, grills, and a pavilion available. Visitors can also enjoy the playground area, disc golf course, hiking trails, open fields, volleyball court, and swimming pool. Anglers are welcome to fish along Bear Creek or Haynes Lake. They also offer primitive and RV campsites, several cabins, and a group camp facility if you want to stay the night. Explore Mississippi's Tishomingo State Park with your friends and family today.