Here in Mississippi, one of the best ways to beat the summer heat is to go tubing. And we’ve found the perfect place for you to do just that – and a whole lot more. Located in McComb, Bogue Chitto Water Park and Campground consists of 230 acres of pure outdoor fun, including camping, hiking, and most importantly, some of the best tubing in Mississippi. Take a look:


For more information, you can also visit the water park and campground’s Facebook page. If you’re looking for lazy fun, check out our list of the best spots for tubing in Mississippi.

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Tubing In Mississippi

Where are the best swimming holes in Mississippi? 

Mississippi has so many awesome options for swimming for every type of water lover out there. When it comes to swimming holes in Mississippi, some are absolutely impossible to resist, such as:

  • Low Water bridge in Franklin County, which  is a great spot for the whole family, with shallow water, the kids will have a blast with fewer safety concerns, and adults can still get in a nice cooling dip.
  • Cooper Falls in Luka is another fantastic choice, right on the shores of a stunning lake, this 50 foot fall will add the perfect spray to your swim.

Are there any waterfalls to visit in Mississippi? 

You would be shocked to know about all of the waterfalls in Mississippi. It's a great spot for waterfall chasers and those amateur enthusiasts as well. Check out:

  • Dunn's Falls in Southwestern Mississippi (located in Clark Creek Natural Area with many other falls.)
  • Seminary Falls in, you guessed it, Seminary.

If you are looking for a way to fit multiple waterfalls into one day, take a look at our waterfall road trip through Mississippi.

Where can I find the clearest water in Mississippi? 

There are a few great spots to find some of the clearest water in Mississippi, like:

  • Ship Island, which will treat you to white sands, clear water, and the feeling that you have escaped to a tropical wonderland. The ferry trip is about an hour,  but it's more than worth it.
  • Sardis lake, which is said to have the bluest water in Mississippi.

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