FISHING & WILDLIFE EXPERIENCES,
SET IN STONE

FISHING & WILDLIFE EXPERIENCES,
SET IN STONE

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FISHING & RECREATION AREAS
Whether you’re looking for the perfect spot to catch your next wall mount or a peaceful place to have a picnic with your family, Stone County has exactly what you’re looking for. Home to the gorgeous De Soto National Forest, Stone County has several great recreation areas and boat landings – perfect for a quick Saturday getaway!

DESTINATIONS

FLINT CREEK RESEVOIR
VISIT: Open to visitors year-round

1216 Parkway Drive
Wiggins, MS 39577
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CONTACT: (601) 928-3051

Comprised of 1,900 total acres, Flint Creek offers fun for the entire family. The park features a 650 acre lake, perfect for fishing and boating, which is home to bass, bream, crappie, and catfish. Aluminum boat rentals are available. Landlubbers can enjoy the resevoir, too, with 13 miles of shoreline, picnic areas, nature trails, primitive camping sites, and cabins available.
ASHE LAKE RECREATION AREA
VISIT: Open to visitors year-round

357 Ashe Nursery Road
Brooklyn, MS 39425
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CONTACT: De Soto Ranger District
(662) 873-6160

Ashley Lake Recreation Area was originally built to provide water for Ashley Nursery. The 8 acre lake is shallow with the deepest area about 15 feet deep. Visitors may catch bass, bluegill, and catfish. facilities are 100 percent handicap accessible, an 18-hole big day and nine-hole ADA approved Frisbee golf course, picnic tables, pavilion and fishing pier. Black Creek Hiking Trail is nearby.
P.O.W. LAKE RECREATION AREA
VISIT: Open to visitors year-round

Bethel Rd. Saucier, MS 39574
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CONTACT: De Soto Ranger District
(662) 873-6160

This recreation site lies beside a 7-acre lake at the southern end of the Tuxachanie National Recreation hiking trail. This is an abandoned world war II German Prisoner of War Camp and Navy rifle range. The old ammunition bunkers are still present. This rustic area provides primitive camping fishing, and hiking. The lake provides fishing opportunities for bass, bream, white perch, and catfish.
FAIRLEY BRIDGE SCENIC LANDING
VISIT: Open to visitors year-round

Forest Service Rd 374, Wiggins, MS
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CONTACT: De Soto Ranger District
(662) 873-6160

Fairly Bridge Landing serves as the end point for both Black Creek flat trip anthe Black Creek hiking trail. Equipped with a boat ramp, tent camping areas, picnic tables, public restrooms, and plenty of nature to observe and explore, Fairly Bridge Landing is a great spot to put in for a Saturday fishing trip or hunker down for the casual weekend camping excursion.
RED CREEK
VISIT: Open to visitors year-round

(Headquarters) Wire Rd. Wiggins, MS
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CONTACT: MS Wildlife, Fisheries & Parks
(662) 598-2323

Named for its distinctive reddish color, Red Creek boasts a large number of gorgeous fishing spots and white sandbars, suitable as rest stops, picnic areas, or overnight camping areas. Red Creek is quite scenic and is home to more than 60 species of freshwater and diadramous fish. 

MORE TO EXPLORE:

SCENIC
DRIVING TOUR

FLINT CREEK
WATER PARK

WILLIAMS FAMILY FARMS

PUMPKIN PATCH

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