The 5 State Park Lodges That Make The Ultimate Getaway In Mississippi

The state of Mississippi has twenty-four state parks for residents and visitors to enjoy. Each one is lovely in its own way.

Each and every one of them has a lake, river, or other body of water so visitors can enjoy boating and fishing, and hiking trails for people who enjoy exploring the natural world on foot.

Almost all of Mississippi’s state parks offer campgrounds. They encourage people to spend the night in the great outdoors. For those who do not enjoy tent or recreational vehicle camping, most parks offer cabins and lodges as indoor accommodations options.

These six lodging options are lovely. After reading this post, you’ll likely want to book all of them in the near future!

Mississippi is beautiful and one of the best ways to experience its natural beauty is through visits to Mississippi State Parks. These lodges will give you a chance to really spend some serious time in one or more of these parks. However, all of the above accommodations book up quickly – some over a year in advance. You can book these cabins, cottages, and motels up to two years in advance of your trip; planning ahead is always wise.

Address: Roosevelt State Park, 2149 MS-13, Morton, MS 39117, USA
Address: Paul B Johnson State Park, 319 Geiger Lake Rd, Hattiesburg, MS 39401, USA
Address: Tombigbee State Park Lake Dam, Tupelo, MS 38804, USA
Address: J P Coleman State Park, 613 Co Rd 321, Iuka, MS 38852, USA
Address: Wall Doxey State Park, 3946 MS-7, Holly Springs, MS 38635, USA