Mineral Springs Park
In the early 1840’s, Mineral Springs Park was donated to the town of Iuka by David Hubbard. Located on old Hwy 72E, the park is home to gazebos, a Log Cabin, playground, tennis courts, basketball courts, a walking track, picnic tables, and peaceful beauty. Minera; Springs Park is the home of the famous mineral waters that took First Prize at the 1904 St. Louis Worlds Fair. There is a wonderful article in The Southern Ezine about Mineral Springs
Jay Bird Park
Jay Bird Park is located in downtown Iuka on Front Street. It offers a gazebo, picnic tables, a beautiful grassy area and shade trees
J. P. Coleman State Park is located approximately 10 miles north of Iuka off Mississippi Highway 25, on the banks of the Tennessee River and Pickwick Lake. The Park offers tent and RV camping, swimming, fishing, boat launch, marina, motel, convention center, 20 cabins, pool, picnic area, laundry.
Tishomingo State Park is located at 105 Co Rd 90 in Tishomingo, MS. The Park offers hiking, swimming, tent and RV camping, cabins, float trip (April – October), museum/interpretive center, lodge, playground, boat launch, boat rentals, fishing, picnic area, laundry.
Established in 1894 to preserve the first major battle of the Western theater of the civil war. For more photos of the park please visit CivilWarAlbum.com.