Mississippi Parks

Mississippi State Parks and Recreation

Mississippi doesn’t have any national parks, but it has 22 State Parks, 1 State Forest, 1 State Nursery, 4 State Wildlife Areas, 16 State Wildlife Management Areas, 6 National Forests, 1 National Historic Site, 9 National Wildlife Refuges,1 National Seashore, and 2 Wilderness Areas.

 

State Parks

Mississippi State Parks Map

State Forest

State Nursery

State Wildlife Areas

  • State Wildlife Management Areas

National Forests

National Historic Site

National Wildlife Refuges

  • Dahomey National Wildlife Refuge  
  • Grand Bay National Wildlife Refuge  
  • Hillside National Wildlife Refuge  
  • Holt Collier National Wildlife Refuge  
  • Mathews Brake National Wildlife Refuge  
  • Mississippi Sandhill Crane National Wildlife Refuge  
  • Morgan Brake National Wildlife Refuge  
  • Panther Swamp National Wildlife Refuge  
  • Sam D. Hamilton Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge  
  • St. Catherine Creek National Wildlife Refuge  
  • Tallahatchie National Wildlife Refuge  
  • Theodore Roosevelt National Wildlife Refuge  
  • Yazoo National Wildlife Refuge

National Seashore

Mississippi Wilderness Areas

There are two wilderness areas in the state of Mississippi.

  • Black Creek Wilderness
  • Leaf River Wildlife Management Area


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Indian Bayou State Wildlife Area

Indian Bayou State Wildlife Area is a cultural feature park in Sharkey County, in Western Mississippi.