Leroy Percy State Park


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Leroy Percy State Park


Location:5 miles west of Hollandale, off MS 12.
Facilities:16 developed campsites with water and electrical hookups, bathhouse with hot showers, primitive tent camping area, 5 vacation cabins, group camp, picnic area, pavilion, 3 nature trails, 2 observation towers, boat launch, volleyball area, playground, disc golf course, restaurant, snack bar.
Activities:Camping, fishing, hunting, wildlife viewing.
Special Features:The oldest of Mississippi's state parks, Leroy Percy is characterized by artesian springs, cypress trees, and ancient oaks dripping with Spanish moss. This is the only state park in Mississippi with a wildlife preserve, and visitors can safely observe alligators from two observation towers.
Address:PO Box 176
Hollandale, MS 38748

Phone:662-827-5436
Web: www.mdwfp.com/parkView/parks.asp?ID=3825
Size: 1,792 acres.

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Farther south is the most popular state park in the Delta region, Leroy Percy State Park near Hollandale.
Celebrating its 10th year, the overnight, weeklong camp is held in June at Leroy Percy State Park. Days are filled with activities (adapted to each camper's individual needs), like swimming, horseback riding, bonfires, scavenger hunts, and arts and crafts.
Having a state park inside a wildlife management area is the ultimate combination, and Leroy Percy State Park near Hollandale is the only state park that fits the bill.
Enjoy the outdoor amenities of Mississippi's largest and oldest state park, Leroy Percy State Park & Campground.