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Homochitto National Forest, Mississippi

Meaning “Big Red River” Homochitto River is the foundation of Homochitto National Forest, its muddy banks leading the way to the infamous Mississippi River. The National Forest encompasses 191,839 Read more...
Meaning “Big Red River” Homochitto River is the foundation of Homochitto National Forest, its muddy banks leading the way to the infamous Mississippi River. The National Forest encompasses 191,839 acres of down home southern lands that are just as charming as its inhabitants. Multiple recreation areas are available to appease your outdoor needs. Miles of trails weave throughout for hiking, biking, and horseback riding, lakes blot the landscape for swimming and fishing, and nature blooms in every direction for your eyes and soul to feast on. At Brushy Creek Horse Trail you will even find a site to spend the night under starry skies with your best horse pal. So whatcha waitin’ for, grab a hold of the reigns and “high ho silver” you go!
Clear Springs Campground
Scott
Scott: Probably one of my favorite places to Camp (either tent or popup). Clear Springs Campground - a USFS...
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