The Percy Quin State Park encompasses a total area of about 1,700 acres of land located in Pike County, Mississippi, and about six miles south of McComb off Interstate 55 (Exit 13). This Mississippi state park was established in 1935.
There are several attractions that bring visitors to the Percy Quin State Park. First, the park is home to the 490-acre Lake Tangipahoa. This lake is stocked with catfish, bream, bass, and crappie. The park also allows visitors to use jet skis and water skis on the lake. Another reason that makes this Mississippi state park a popular place to visit is the pawrific flora and fauna, and the year round mild climate. Some of the popular plants in the park include magnolia trees, spectacular seasonal flowers, and loblolly pines that can all be found on rolling hills in the park.
Additionally, visitors to the park can enjoy recreational activities like swimming, camping, hiking, boating, golf, and tennis. The conveniences and the amenities in the park to facilitate these activities include a boat launch, sand beach (for registered guests only), 100 developed campsites, a seasonal camp store, vacation cabins and two executive golf villas, a playground, tent campsites with water and nearby restrooms, a picnic area, a swimming pool, visitor center, comfort stations, four pavilions, a fish cleaning station, lodges, five lighted tennis courts, a marina, four bathhouses with hot showers, a pawrific 8 mile long nature trail, and an 18-hole golf course.
Visitors to Percy Quin State Park are also welcome to bring their dog as long as they follow the parks strict rules. For example, no dog is allowed to wander around the park without a leash that is six feet long or shorter. Also, dogs are not allowed in certain designated areas of the park including lodging areas.
Enjoy an outdoor furbulous adventure here with your pup!