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Nestled in the foothills of the Appalachians, Tishomingo County is the
“Outdoor recreation capital of the Mid-South”.
Few places are packed with more opportunities for fun.

What Can I See in Tishomingo County?
Woodall Mountain, the highest point in Mississippi.
Two state parks, J.P. Coleman State Park and Tishomingo State Park.
50,000 acres of lakes w/numerous fishing tournaments, seven marinas and
several retirement and vacation resorts.
Picturesque Appalachian villages with quaint arts and crafts shops.
Fascinating museums such as the Old Courthouse Museum and
the only apron museum in the USA.
The old Tishomingo County courthouse was once "The Marriage Capitol of the South".
Battle of Iuka Civil War driving tour.  See Battle of Iuka Website
Swinging bridge, covered bridge, and several pioneer log cabins.
Beaches, caves, canyons, waterfalls, canoeing streams, and the Natchez Trace Parkway.
An endless variety of special events.
Over one million square feet of bargain stores.
The Tenn-Tom Waterway, the largest Corps of Engineers project in history.

Where is Tishomingo County MS?
Where is it??

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The list is endless. Come for a visit, or spend the rest of your life . . . Either way, we make it easy.
Call us at:
1-800-FUN-HERE (386-4373).

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Fellowship Christian Retreat
More Information

Battle of Iuka
Battle of Iuka/Farmingtion
2014 Re-Enactment Schedule

Battle Of Iuka.com
Battle of Iuka.com

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Visit Tishomingo County
Development Foundation

Visit Mississippi.org
Visit Mississippi. org

MS Hills National Heritage
Area Alliance
MS Hills Nat. Heritage Area Alliance

Scenic Trace.com
Natchez Trace Compact


Tishomingo County Tourism Council, 1001 Battleground Dr. Iuka, MS 38852

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