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Roosevelt
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Roosevelt

Roosevelt State Park, Mississippi

If you’re looking for a unique experience in the outdoors close to Jackson, head on over to the picturesque Roosevelt State Park. The park provides a panoramic view of the Bienville National Forest, Read more...
If you’re looking for a unique experience in the outdoors close to Jackson, head on over to the picturesque Roosevelt State Park. The park provides a panoramic view of the Bienville National Forest, and you don’t want to miss the view in the fall when the forest is ignited by autumn colors. Once you’re here, you can enjoy the fresh waters of Shadow Lake through, boating, waterskiing, or eating up its tasty bass! Other park activities include Frisbee disc golf, a swimming pool with a water slide (ooh-wee), picnicking, softball, tennis, and nature trails. Might as well make it a night because the camping is golden. You can choose from primitive tent sites, nestling in in your RV, or renting a cabin where you can watch the sunset and enjoy a beer from the front porch!
Roosevelt Campground
J
J: Great spot...so easy to get too from the Jackson area. Heavily wooded sites...awesome slide and pool...
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