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    Hunters can limit out anywhere, but there are a few special places where a hunt can become a legend passed on for years. Listed by Outdoor Life Magazine as one of the top 200 places for outdoorsmen to live, Washington County offers deer, turkey, squirrel, duck, geese, dove and other game pursuit that will fuel tales for ages. Anglers happily (and successfully) pursue bass, crappie, bream and the many other gamefish in the thousands of acres of oxbow lakes that mark former pathways of the meandering Mississippi. But you don’t have to do it on your own. Professional hunting and fishing guides are available to help you begin planning your Washington County wildlife adventure. And it’s not just for the hook-and-bullet crowd. With binoculars, life lists and cameras, bird watchers here can spot more than 275 of the 380 species recorded in the state’s annual Audubon Society bird count.

    Mississippi Wildlife Heritage Museum & Outdoor Hall of Fame

    304 North Broad Street, Leland, MS 662 686-7789

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    Scenic Levee 1.7 Mile Walking Trail

    Central Street, Greenville, MS 662-337-2711

    Enjoy and wind down as you exercise on the 1-7 mile beautiful walking trail overlooking Lake Ferguson, and enjoy the natural beauty of the Delta, as well as the tow boats and other activity on Lake Ferguson. The Trail has two entrances from Central Street to Broadway Loop, where South Theobald Street once crossed the levee.

    Warfield Point Park & Campground

    Highway 82 West, Greenville • Contact Joel Wells at 662-378-6576 if no answer contact Washington County Office 662-332-0488

    Warfield Point features a 38-foot observation tower for a panoramic view of the Mississippi. It’s one of the few locations on the river that offers camping as well as RV and picnic facilities directly on the banks of the Mississippi, along with ATV trails and raised walkways. Open Daily.

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