Clear Springs

Nestled among pine covered hills you will find a cool, twelve acre spring-fed lake, which offers a variety of recreation opportunities for everyone. Camping, swimming, fishing and picnicing are available at the lake and four mountain bike and hiking trails begin within the recreation area.This area has steep terrain. The roads within the recreation area are paved with slopes greater than 8%. Fully accessible cement access routes connect the parking area, pavilion, amphitheater and restrooms. There are no accessible routes to the beach or fishing areas. The bathhouses are fully accessible. Some accessible campsites and accessible parking spaces are available. Boat Trailers are prohibited.

At a Glance

Fees Day Use Fees:Cars \& Trucks: $5.00/vehicleGolden Age \& Golden Access: $2.50/vehicleCommercial Vehicles, Walk-ins \& bicycles: $1.00/personGolden Age \& Access: $.50/personMS Adventure Pass: freeAnnual Pass: free Camping Fees :Campsite without hookups: $7.00 per vehicleCampsite with hookups: $20.00 per vehicleSenior Pass (Camping without hookups): $3.50 per vehicleSenior Pass (Camping with hookups): $13.00 per vehicleAccess Pass (Camping without hookups): $3.50 per vehicleAccess Pass (Camping with hookups): $13.00 per vehicleAnnual Pass : no camping benefitsMS Adventure Pass: no camping benefits
Restrictions: Boat Trailers are prohibited.

General Information

Directions: Clear Springs is 4 miles south of US Hwy 84. It is 35 miles west of Brookhaven and 32 miles east of Natchez. It is 5 miles west of Meadville on Hwy. 84; turn south on Clear Springs Road (County Road 104), go 4 miles to the recreation area entrance



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Campground Camping

Recreation areas with activity Campground Camping: Primitive campsites with hookups for water and electricity (50 AMP)
No. of Sites22

Group Camping

Recreation areas with activity Group Camping: Secluded group camping site: capacity for 25-30 people, hookups for water and electricity, table,fire ring. Our Historic Pavillion: Built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the 1930's, has benches and tables
Group ShelterYes
Hookups - ElectricYes (50 AMP)
Fire InformationGroup Site: Fire ring Historic Pavillion: Fireplace
Group Cooking FacilitiesCooking station
No. of Sites2
Reservation InfoSecluded Site: $40.00/day Historic Pavillion: 0-50 people $40.00/day. 51-100 $80.00/day Call 601-384-5876


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Water Activities

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