Leroy Percy State Park, Hollandale

#32 of 38 in Nature in Mississippi
Leroy Percy State Park is a public recreation area located off Mississippi Highway 12 approximately west of Hollandale, Mississippi. It is the state's oldest state park, its construction having begun with the arrival of the Civilian Conservation Corps in 1934. It is named after LeRoy Percy, a former U.S. Senator from Mississippi.
The park features alligators and two observation towers to watch them from, boating and fishing on Alligator Lake, hunting, primitive and developed campsites, eight cabins, two nature trails, picnic area, and a disc golf course.
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  • I love wildlife and Photography, Perfect place for me, Love seeing the gators every morning and afternoon, birds, Squirrels , not allot of fish in the pond but still a great place to excape  more »
  • My friend and I stayed here one night in one of their two bedroom cabins which was very nice!! All things for cooking etc. Nice and quiet too!! Right on the edge of the lake almost too. Saw my very fi...  more »
  • Totally nice place to get away from every thing if you need a get away or just want peace. Makes the family have to do things together. No phone. No TV.
  • Nice quiet park, very rough entrance road.

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