The opportunity for recreation within the Mississippi River Corridor is great for the outdoor enthusiast! Individuals can enjoy hiking, biking, camping, fishing, boating, backpacking, picnicking, hunting, canoeing, kayaking, and sightseeing throughout the Mississippi River Corridor. We also have within the Corridor four great state parks: T.O. Fuller, Meeman Shelby Forest, Ft. Pillow and Reelfoot Lake. Combined, these parks offer over 40,000 acres to explore, hundreds of sites to camp and lodge, at least 40 miles of hiking and bike trails, an abundance of tables and pavilions for picnicking and get-togethers, lakes and streams for boating and fishing, and nature and visitor centers for those interested in learning about the history or the unique ecosystems of the area. Kayak or canoe down the river, or if you prefer to stay on the shore, bike the Mississippi River Bicycle Trail and enjoy the beautiful bluff vistas along the way.
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