Hugh White State Park
Open: Open all year
Number of Sites: 176
About: Located on scenic Grenada Lake, Hugh White State Park offers the finest outdoor recreation amenities available, all nestled in a setting unmatched in natural beauty. Grenada Lake is best known as a haven for crappie fishermen, but is also well-stocked with bass, bream, and catfish. Hugh White State Park is centrally located between Memphis, Tennessee and Jackson, Mississippi.
173 RV camp sites are located at Outlet Channel below the Grenada Lake Dam. Each site features water and electrical hook-ups, picnic tables, and grills. Hot showers are available in four bathhouses, and a central sewage dumping station are located in the developed camping area. All sites are available for reservations. Three camping sites are located on a secluded bluff overlooking Grenada Lake, offering an unspoiled, panoramic view of the water. Carver Point, located across Grenada Lake from the main park area, accommodates groups of up to 35. Housing is available in an air conditioned dormitory featuring separate counselor's quarters. Four fully equipped kitchenettes enable campers to prepare their own meals. Carver Point offers a meeting room accommodating 40. Campers must furnish their own linens, towels, pillows, soap, and other personal items. Reservations are required.
The Dogwoods Golf Course at Hugh White State Park takes full advantage of the natural beauty surrounding Grenada Lake. Deep woods enclose rolling fairways leading to large, inviting greens. This championship 18-hole course features a variety of tee boxes, giving each hole a different look and play. The hilly layout demands sharp skills and accurate ball-striking.A nature lover's course, The Dogwoods was carved out of the forrest, with only necessary clearing. The Dogwoods Pro Shop accepts tee time reservations up to two weeks in advance.
Grenada Lake offers 64,000 acres of fresh water for fishing and water sports. The lake is recognized throughout the South as a hot spot for crappie fishermen, and is also stocked with bass, bream and catfish. Numerous coves, inlets and the waters below the dam offer excellent opportunities for both weekend enthusiasts and serious anglers. A Mississippi fishing license is required for all persons between the ages of 16 and 65. Licenses may be purchased at the park office for a nominal fee.
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