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8 of 11 Types of Mississippi Recreational Facilities--National Forests
Ivan Gillis
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Mississippi National Forests

Bienville

Mississippi
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180,251 acres (729.4 km2)

Located in central Mississippi, this forest includes several lakes and reservoirs and Harrell Prairie, the largest and least disturbed prairie in the state. Bienville Pines Scenic Area includes 189 acres (76 ha) of old-growth forest. It is managed collectively with Mississippi's five other National Forests.[8]:162–166[18]

Delta

Mississippi
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32°45′N90°46′W

62,109 acres (251.3 km2)

Delta National Forest contains the only bottomland hardwood forest in the National Forest System, located in the floodplain of the Mississippi River.[18] The forest includes the Green Ash-Overcup Oak-Sweetgum Research Natural Areas, which is a National Natural Landmark because it contains remnant bottomland old-growth forest.[8]:167–172[43]

De Soto

Mississippi
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31°02′N88°59′W

532,100 acres (2,153.3 km2)

De Soto National Forest contains Mississippi's only wilderness areas: Black Creek and Leaf River. The Black Creek and Tuxachanie National Recreation Trails provide 60 mi (97 km) of hiking opportunities. Black Creek has been designated a National Wild and Scenic River for 21 mi (34 km).[8]:173

Homochitto

Mississippi
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31°26′N90°56′W

192,237 acres (778.0 km2)

Located in southern Mississippi, this forest is named for the Homochitto River, meaning "Big Red River." Most of the forest is densely forested hills, but there are recreation facilities at Pipes Lake, Clear Springs, and Mount Nebo.[8]:180–186[18]

Tombigbee

Mississippi
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33°56′N88°56′W

67,468 acres (273.0 km2)

Located in northeastern Mississippi, Tombigbee National Forest covers rolling hills that were abandoned farmland before the forest was established. It is managed together with Mississippi's other National Forests.[1

 

 

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