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Remains of earthwork forts built to protect against Union forces led by Gen. U. S. Grant. The forts provided headquarters for the historic Civil War raid on Holly Springs.
2088 Scenic Route 333
Grenada, MS 38901
Phone: 662.226.5911 Ext. 3100
Hours: Daily, dawn to dusk
Admission: Free
Eighteen holes on rolling terrain with tight, tree-lined fairways and medium-sized greens. Par 71
2213 Country Club Rd.
Grenada, MS 38901
Phone: 662.226.8839
Fax: 662.226.8030
www.visitgrenadams.com
Golf Details: Semi-Private, 18 Holes, Back Yardage: 6482 yards, Back Rating: 70.1, Back Slope: 118, Middle Yardage: 6073 yards, Middle Rating: 68.2, Middle Slope: 113, a PGA Facility, and MGA Member
Tags: Grenada Golf
35,000 acre lake with 148 miles of shoreline, known for its crappie, largemouth bass, and bream fishing. "Thunder on the Water" festival held annually in June; location of Civil War redoubts and Civil War reenactments; offers outdoor recreation in locations such as Hugh White State Park, Cape Retreat, Carver Point, Cedar Point, North Abutment Campground, Choctaw Landing, Christian Camp North Mississippi, Dam Area Central, Grenada Landing A, Grenada landing B and Gums Crossing. 25 recreation areas with 254 picnic sites, 300 campsites, 16 boat ramps, 6 swimming beaches, picnic facilities, fitness trail, hiking trails, tennis courts, 18 hole "The Dogwoods" Golf Course and Grenada Lake Visitor Center's outstanding information on the lake and surrounding area; exhibit areas on flood control, war films, Native American artifacts, bottom land wildlife, 150 gallon fish aquarium with native fish; observation deck with beautiful scenic view of the lake and shoreline. Open 7 days a week except Thanksgiving and Christmas.
East of Grenada
Grenada, MS 38902-0903
Phone: 662.226.5911
Fax: 662.226.4407
www.mvk.usace.army.mil
Fee: Yes
Features animal displays, lake history, wildlife scenes, informational videos and a telescope overlook point.
2088 Scenic Loop 333
Grenada, MS 38902-0903
Phone: 662.226.1679
Fax: 662.226.4407
www.mvk.usace.army.mil
Hours: Daily, Winter: 9 a.m.-5 p.m.; Summer: 9 a.m.-6 p.m.
Admission: Free
Join thousands from across the nation at this annual event featuring entertainment. A major fireworks display, carnival, arts and crafts show, car, truck and bike show, wrestling matches, beauty review, PRC rodeo, bike rally and softball tournament complete the festivities.
June 5, 2011
Grenada Lake
Grenada, MS 38902-1824
Phone: 662.226.2571
Fax : 662.226.9745
Toll-Free : 800.373.2571
www.visitgrenadams.com
Admission: Free
Grenada Lake - 11 miles East on SR 8, 11 miles North on paved road.
Grenada, MS 38901
Phone: 662.226.5911
Fax: 662.226.4407
Sites: 15 RV and tent sites
Recreation: Fishing, boating, rental boats, wildlife viewing, trails
82 Rooms, outdoor pool, exercise room, spa, golf package, conference room and senior discount, free high speed wireless internet, LCD H-D TV, HBO. At Hampton Inn & Suites- Grenada, you'll find everything you need.
1545 Jameson Dr.
Grenada, MS 38901
Phone: 662.226.1886
Fax: 662.226.6744
Toll-Free: 800.426.7866
www.hampton.inn.com
This area consists of 330 areas of wetlands, bottomland hardwoods, waterfowl food plots, and moist soil units. The primary objective of this area is the development, restoration, and enhancement of waterfowl habitat with special emphasis on public access and environmental interpretation. Some of the wildlife in the area includes Fox, Gray Squirrels, White-Tail Deer, Swamp and Cottontail Rabbits, Beaver, Bobcats, Raccoon, Pileated Woodpeckers, Red-Headed Woodpeckers, Opossum, Quail, Mourning Doves, various species of Ducks and Wild Turkey. A 100 acre green tree reservoir and two shorebird wading ponds are also located in this area. Trails, bridges, and observation decks provide visitors with opportunities to view an assortment of wildlife. Displays provide information about wetland habitats and wildlife species. This area is closed to hunting.
Grenada, MS
Phone: 662.226.5911
Self-guided tour of historic homes and landmarks. Brochure available at tourism office.
95 SW Frontage Rd.
Grenada, MS 38902-1824
Phone: 662.226.2571
Fax: 662.226.9745
Toll-Free: 800.373.2571
visitgrenadams.com
Hours: Mon-Fri 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
Admission: Free
Tags: Grenada Tours
Hear and see the story of Grenada from prehistoric to recent time eras. The museum will provide relics, artifacts, and interpretations of the many time periods.
223 First St.
Grenada, MS 38901
Phone: 662.226.2571
Toll-Free: 800.373.2571
www.visitgrenadams.com
Admission: Free

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