Mississippi

Find local adventures, unique places to stay, and guided adventure tours in Mississippi.

Top Adventures in Mississippi

  • Hike the Clark Creek Primitive Trail

    Many small cascades can be found along this creek. On hot summer days, it's a great place to jump in and cool off. There is a $3 fee per vehicle, plus an addition dollar per person for groups larger than two.

    2.6 miles

  • Hike Red Bluff

    Starting about 300 or so feet up, Red Bluff offers beautiful views of a mini Grand Canyon that continues to grow with every rainfall. From the hike, to the road it has torn to shreds, or to the creek, Red Bluff offers many views to see some great ...

    3 miles -360 ft gain

  • Hike or Bike the Clear Springs Trail

    Open to hikers and bikers for a $3 fee, this single-track loop passes by creeks and hills, making for a scenic hike or ride in the Homochitto National Forest.

    10 miles

  • Hike the Tuxachanie Trail to Airey Lake

    The Tuxachanie trail crosses a variety of wetland locations including sloughs, creeks, ponds, pitcher-plant bogs, and lowland swamps. There are bridges and wooden planks to aid in crossing most of these wetland environments. I only came across one...

    11.5 miles 370 ft gain

  • Kayak Okatoma Creek

    For this trip, I went through Okatoma Outdoor Post, a local Seminary business that rents out canoes/kayaks, hauls private canoes/kayaks, and shuttles customers to their landing. They offer three float trips between Seminary and Sanford (I chose th...

  • Hike the Tuxachanie Trail

    This day hike portion of the 23 mile Tuxachanie Trail (white blazes) starts by the shore of Airey Lake. Shortly the trail turns and follows Tuxachanie Creek through a longleaf pine forest. You will pass by a duck pond, as well. At the first T junc...

    14 miles 239 ft gain

  • Canoe Black Creek

    There are multiple different boat ramps to launch at along Black Creek. I chose to paddle roughly 11 miles from Moody's Landing to Cypress Creek Landing, but you could do all 21 miles of the creek if you desired. It is about a 5-7 hour paddle to C...

  • Hike Black Creek Trail

    From the parking lot, the trail enters into the forest. After 0.8 miles, cross over a dirt road and turn left. At the T junction on FS 374 turn right. Cross Fairly Bridge Road to continue on the trail on the other side. After some ups and downs th...

    12.9 miles 897 ft gain

  • Kayak Camp on Deer Island

    Having once been part of the mainland, Deer Island is no more than a 5-minute paddle from Biloxi Beach. The island has been lengthened hundreds of feet in the past decade to protect against hurricane damage. Breakwaters/berms have also been create...

  • Camp at Choctaw Lake Recreation Area

    The Choctaw Lake Recreation Area is great, as it provides opportunities for so many different recreational activities. Its two lakes can host various water activities (i.e. swimming, paddling, fishing, etc.). Cabin Lake is the smaller of the two l...

  • Bike the Longleaf Trace

    The Longleaf Trace is an old railroad line that has been paved over to convert it into a running, biking, hiking, equestrian trail. Doing the entire Longleaf Trace at once is an extremely strenuous task - Took me 7.5 hours! Luckily, there are plen...

    40.3 miles

  • Bike or Run the Front Beach Walking Path

    Tired of walking on a boring treadmill? Then come walk or bike along Front Beach in Ocean Springs. It is a very popular walking path because of its beauty and amenities. Fort Marpaus Park is located about halfway down the path and has a shaded pav...

    2.4 miles

  • Nearby camping, hotels, and more

    • Aberdeen, Mississippi

      Blue Bluff Campground (Aberdeen Ms)

      Overview Blue Bluff Campground and Recreation Area, on the Aberdeen Lake section of the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway in Mississippi, is one of the most scenic recreation areas on the waterway.The a...

    • Ackerman, Mississippi

      Choctaw Lake

      Overview Scenic Choctaw Lake Campground wraps around Choctaw Lake in the Tombigbee National Forest of Mississippi. Its location provides visitors with ample opportunities for recreation, including ...

    • Biloxi, Mississippi

      Creek View Suite

      You can take a stroll at any time of the day or night and see the deer and rabbits. There is also a private neighborhood beach and river very close to the guest suite so you can swim or relax there...

      From $75/night

    • Coldwater, Mississippi

      Dub Patton Recreation Area

      Overview Dub Patton Recreation Area sits along Arkabutla Lake and Dam in the hills of northwest Mississippi. The dam project is on the Coldwater River and offers some of the best sailing east of th...

    • Coldwater, Mississippi

      South Abutment Recreation Area

      Overview South Abutment Recreation Area sits along Arkabutla Lake and Dam in the hills of northwest Mississippi. The dam project is on the Coldwater River and offers some of the best sailing east o...

    • Fulton, Mississippi

      Whitten Park

      Overview Whitten Park Campground attracts thousands of outdoor enthusiasts for picnicking, fishing and swimming on the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway. Easy access to three boat docks, nature trails a...

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