95 S.W. Frontage Road
Grenada, MS 38901


  • 662.226.5911

    Chakchiuma Swamp Natural Area

    Just over the bridge on North Main Street Swampy sloughs and bottomland forest off the Yalobusha River near downtown Grenada.

  • Grenada Lake Boat Ramps

    Graysport Crossing, Carver’s Point, Skuna-Turkey,Piney Hills, Torrance Landing and more

  • Haserway Wetland Nature Trail

    Located about halfway down the road below the Grenada Lake dam

  • Old River Run Nature Trail

    A one-mile trail located on the southside of the Grenada Lake spillway near the playground area

  • Tallahatchie National Wildlife Refuge

    On Highway 8 past Holcomb
    Open fields of recovering agriculture land, Long Lake, Tippo Bayou and it’s swampy bottomlands. Great 2 story birdwatching tower. The Refuge field office in Grenada has information and maps.

  • Hugh White State Park / Carver’s Point

    Grenada Lake / 662.226.4934
    12 tent camping sites, 12 duplex vacation cabins, tennis courts, playground, swimming pool, meeting and reunion space

  • Class A and Primitive below Grenada Dam

    Grenada Lake / 662.226.8963
    173 RV campsites, picnic tables and grills,bathhouses, coin-operated laundry

  • Carver Point

    2-story housing that accomodates groups up to 35 with kitchen, dining room and playground

  • Frog Hollow RV Park

    601 Highway 7 North / 662.226.9042

  • Malmaison Wildlife Management Area

    Primitive camping

  • North Abutment Campground

    Grenada Lake / 662.226.1679
    88 RV campsites, picnic tables and grills, and amphitheater

  • Rolling Oaks Cabins

    Monthly rentals only

  • Chakchiuma Swamp

    Just over the bridge on North Main Street
    This tupelo-cypress swamp is was formed years ago by the meandering channel of the Yalobusha River. A meadow and mature hardwood forest surround the swamp and can be explored by foot trail. A boardwalk leads to the edge of the swamp next to a small boat slip.

  • Malmaison Wildlife Management Area

    This 9,483 acre WMA is as diverse and unique as any other public area in the state. State Highway 7 divides the WMA at the delta/hills interface in Grenada County. Roughly 800 acres of the WMA lies in the loess hills and the rest in the Yalobusha/Mississippi River floodplain. McIntyre Scatters is a shallow swampy lake perfect for paddling at the western edge of the WMA.

  • McIntyre Scatters

    500 to 600 acres open to the public, and in a green tree region

  • Tallahatchie National Wildlife Refuge

    Since these lands were acquired by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, 1,300 acres have been removed from agricultural production and reforested with native hardwood species. Today, the refuge’s largest unit is a patchwork of old fields and small scattered hardwood bottomland forests bisected by the meandering Tippo Bayou.

  • Yalobusha River Paddling Trail

    The 52-mile Yalobusha River Trail meanders through the loess bluffs into the lushm bottomland forest of Malmaison Wildlife management area, past the swampy sloughs and crop lands of the Yazoo River basin and into the heart of the Delta -Greenwood. Put in at Grenada Lake, downtown Grenada, Holcomb or Malmaison Wildlife Management Area.

  • Bait Shops

    Scenic Loop 333

    Collins Bait Shop
    988 Lakeview Drive

  • Josh Harrison - 662.983.5999
    Patrick Stone - 662.459.9758
    Brandon Fulgham - 662.385.5315
    Nathan Howell - 662.417.1396
    Vic Finkley - 662.417.8690
    Jason Golding - 662.417.1783
    Blake Townes - 662.417.8520

  • Grenada Lake

    662.226.5911 or 662.226.1679
    This multi-use 92,000 acre project has the largest inland body of water in Mississippi at 36,000 acres with 15 boat ramps. We’re home to the best crappie, but our lake also contains bass, bream and catfish. Hunting is open to the public with the
    excellent supply of dove, squirrel, quail and deer.

  • Licensing

    1-day, 3-day and annual licenses are available for visitors.Purchase at Lakeway, Walmart or at www.ms.gov

  • Malmaison WMA

    662.453.5409 / www.mdwfp.com
    9,483-acre home to white tail deer, wild turkeys and squirrels. The Yalobusha River, oxbow lakes and swamp areas contain catfish, bass and bream for excellent fishing.

  • U.S. Army Corp of Engineers

    2202 Scenic Loop 333 / 662.226.5911
    Call for information on lake specifics, fishing/hunting seasons and locations.

  • 662.226.5911

    Chocchuma Fitness Trail

    This one-mile trail meanders through a mature bottomland forest. The trail is outfitted with fitness equipment and is
    part of a complex comprised of courts, picnic shelters and playgrounds.

  • Holly Springs National Forest

    Highway 7 at the Hardy/Coffeeville exit on I-55 ATV trails and off trail hiking through mature upland forest and manmade lakes.

  • Little Mountain Trail

    Hugh White State Park, near Dogwoods Golf Course. A steep but rewarding climb up Grenada’s largest hill with a great view of lake.

  • Lost Bluff Hiking Trail

    Near the main entrance Grenada Lake. This two-mile trail winds through a mature beech/oak forest on the steep loess luffs. The trail is challenging and diverse terrain from easy to extremely strenuous.

  • Malmaison Wildlife Management Area

    Highway 7 past Holcomb Nature Trail and off-trail hiking in bottomland forest along Yalobusha River.

  • 9 a.m.-5:30 p.m.; weekends 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.
    This uniquely designed facility features a theater and exhibits that interpret the lake and its natural resources. Find nformation about five nature trails, historical sites of old fort cannons, swimming beaches and picnic areas and pavilions that can be reserved.

  • The Dogwoods Golf Course

    2424 Hugh White State Park Road
    The course is nationally ranked and is located atHugh White State Park. The course has carts for rent, a practice range, a pro shop and a clubhouse.

  • Perry Creek Golf Course

    662.226.8839 or 662.226.6411
    Perry Creek is a privately owned 19-hole course.Tennis courts, a restaurant and bar available.

  • There are several parks in Grenada that contain playgrounds, picnic pavilions, hiking trails and area attractions: Cooper Park, Pine Hill Park, Sundown Park, Vandorn Park, Honeytown Park, Bledsoe Park, Tie Plant Park, Jim Martin Park,and Flower Perry Park.

  • 662.227.9210 or
    This is the perfect setting for a husband and wife getaway, honeymooners, or the sportsman. One king bedroom/four twin bedloft, one bath, linens, full kitchen, washer and dryer, wood-burning fireplace, HDTV with satellite, covered parking, large pen for pets, electric cart, and fish cleaning available.