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The Lake Lowndes State Park offers camping, cabins, fishing and water sports. Features include picnic areas, nature trails, visitors center and meeting rooms, campstore/marina, tennis.

Day use entry fee per vehicle.

A large recreational complex is located at this State Park that is located on the beautiful 150-acre Lake Lowndes. A game room, indoor tennis courts, basketball and volleyball courts, three lighted softball fields, and six outdoor tennis courts are on site. Camping is available and four cabins are also on site.

Location: Columbus Mississippi 39703 Telephone 601-328-2110 Toll Free: 800-467-2757

Other Mississippi State Parks nearby:
(Rosedale) Great River Road State Park
(Columbus) Lake Lowndes State Park
(Louisville) Legion State Park
(Louisville) Nanih Waiya State Park

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