Homochitto National Forest


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Homochitto National Forest

Address:1200 Hwy 184 E
Meadville, MS 39653

Phone:601-384-5876
Fax:601-384-2172
Web: www.southernregion.fs.fed.us/mississippi/homochitto
Size: 189,000 acres.
Location:Southwestern Mississippi. Accessible by US 98 and 84; MS 28, 33, 550, 551, and 563. Nearby cities/towns include Brookhaven, Gloster, Meadville, and Natchez.
Facilities:Campground, dispersed camping, picnic sites, trails, scenic drive, playground.
Activities:Camping, hunting, fishing, boating, swimming, hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding.
Special Features:Popular hunting area, rich with turkey and deer; 12-acre Clear Spring Lake; sandy beach and a manicured grass area.

See other parks in Mississippi.
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In southern and southwestern Mississippi, ample places are available for trail rides, including the Longleaf Trace in Jefferson Davis County around Bassfield, the Natchez Trace Parkway below Jackson, and the Homochitto National Forest at Brushy Creek Guest Ranch in Gloster.
I go out of my way to avoid being seen," said Shane Steinkamp, 40, a New Orleans software engineer who hikes in Mississippi's Homochitto national forest.
According to the indictment, on May 2, 1964, the defendant and his accomplices abducted Dee and Moore and drove the two young men into the Homochitto National Forest in Franklin County, Mississippi, where the Klansmen beat the victims and interrogated them at gunpoint.
His first land acquisition on August 1, 1933, became what is now the 192,000-acre Homochitto National Forest.
Threshold Development Company from Fort Worth, Texas paid $15,575 for an 89-acre parcel on the Homochitto National Forest in Mississippi.
Accompanying text by Marlo Kirkpatrick serves to explain and identify each of the memorable scenes portrayed in her husband's work, from the 1905-built Byram swinging bridge to a blooming strawberry bush in the Homochitto National Forest.
North of this location the practically pristine Homochitto River has given its name to the Homochitto National Forest, which has its headquarters at historic Meadville.