Black Prairie Wildlife Management Area
744 Firetower Road
Crawford, MS 39743
Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries & Parks
From Columbus, take Hwy 45 south toward Macon. Travel approximately 8 miles and turn right on Firetown Road. Headquarters building is 1 mile on right.
Map of Management Area (PDF)
Burnt Oak Lodge and Conference Center
Burnt Oak is excited to be able to provide the best Northern Bobwhite quail hunting in Mississippi. We are a family owned business that focuses on providing visitors the very best experience possible. Whether you are visiting to hunt, stay the night, or here with your company on a retreat, we are glad you came and will be one of our family during your stay. We are very proud of our facilities and encourage you to stop by and take a quick tour to see what we have to offer. Construction on the lodge and conference facility was completed in August 2004 and has quickly become a favorite for corporate functions, wedding receptions, ballgames, getaways, and quail hunting.
B. Bryan Preserve
The preserve is dedicated to the care and breeding of endangered and threatened animals and African Hoofstock.
West Point, MS
Columbus Lake on the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway
Columbus Lake offers 9,000 acres of fresh water for fishing and water sports on the Tenn-Tom Waterway. The lake is recognized throughout the South as a hot spot for bass and crappie fishing and is also stocked with catfish and bream.
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Located just above the Stennis Lock and Dam, the marina offers conveniences such as laundry, restrooms, showers, fuel dock, gas, and diesel.
Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway, Mile 335
Lake Lowndes State Park
Located on beautiful 150-acre Lake Lowndes, the park offers opportunities for fishing and camping. Amenities include cabins
and picnic facilities; nature, bike and equestrian trails; and sport facilities, including a disc golf course; and meeting rooms.
Sykes Place Plantation
This long-standing quail preserve is a natural habitat that affords the abundant proliferation of wild birds.
Hwy 45 South approximately
22 miles south of Columbus
(205) 345-3589 office or (205) 345-8319 evening