Lake Lincoln State Park

Quick Facts

Lake Lincoln State Park

Mississippi

(601) 643-9044

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Things To Do

Overview

Nestled in the shade of towering hardwood trees, Lake Lincoln State Park is the quintessence of serenity. Located in the northeast corner of Lincoln County, the park's close proximity to Interstate 55, U. S. Highway 51 and State Highway 27 provide easy access for visitors.

Map of Lake Lincoln (MS)

Latitude, Longitude: 31.674859, -90.324268

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Activities

  • Boating

    Lake Lincoln, a 550-acre water wonderland, offers visitors fishing, boating, swimming, and skiing. Fishing is a year-round activity at Lake Lincoln offering both the casual and serious angler lots of challenge. A public boat ramp with a floating dock makes launching easy for all types of pleasure watercraft.

    Three fishing piers extend into the lake with plenty of room for anglers to try their luck. Bass, bream, channel catfish, and white perch are abundant.

  • Camping

    71 sites are available for RV camping featuring concrete pads, concrete picnic tables, grills, electrical hook-ups and a sewage dumping station. Twenty-two campsites are located lake-side. Two bathhouses with hot showers, central air and heat and a laundry facility is available for your convenience. All campsites are available for advance reservations. The 14 sites available for primitive campers feature lake-side camping with picnic tables, grills, lamp post and an extra bonus of water. TLake Lincoln presently has one cabin which features central heat and air conditioning, a screened porch, 2 queen size beds, kitchen and living area. The cabin is furnished with bed and bath linens and basic kitchen equipment.

  • Fishing

    ake Lincoln, a 550-acre water wonderland, offers visitors fishing, boating, swimming, and skiing. Fishing is a year-round activity at Lake Lincoln offering both the casual and serious angler lots of challenge. A public boat ramp with a floating dock makes launching easy for all types of pleasure watercraft.

    Three fishing piers extend into the lake with plenty of room for anglers to try their luck. Bass, bream, channel catfish, and white perch are abundant.

  • Golfing

    Magnolia Cover is an 18 Hole Disc Golf Course. Disc course is open to the public, free of charge, however, the normal entrance fee is required. Disc can be rented or purchased from the park office.

  • Hiking

    A leisurely hike through the natural setting of loblolly, short-leaf pine, southern magnolias and dogwoods puts you back in touch with the wonders of nature.

    Special care has been taken to preserve the dense cover of undisturbed vegetation which not only enhances the beauty of the entire recreation area, but also aides in preventing soil erosion.

    The series of ridges throughout the terrain are utilized as natural buffers to separate facilities with the park.

  • Picnicking

    Two open-air pavilions are the focal point of the Lake Lincoln picnic area. The shade of towering hardwood trees and a central comfort station with area lighting are assets to make your picnic experience a great one!

    The large pavilions are ideal picnic sites for family reunions and other group functions.

    An additional 45 picnic tables with grills complete the area.

  • RVing

    71 sites are available for RV camping featuring concrete pads, concrete picnic tables, grills, electrical hook-ups and a sewage dumping station. Twenty-two campsites are located lake-side. Two bathhouses with hot showers, central air and heat and a laundry facility is available for your convenience. All campsites are available for advance reservations.

  • Water Sports

    Jet or water skiing is allowed. Lake Lincoln, a 550-acre water wonderland, offers visitors fishing, boating, swimming, and skiing. Skiing is allowed year-round at Lake Lincoln. A public boat ramp with a floating dock makes launching easy for all types of pleasure watercraft.

Park Partners

ReserveAmerica

ReserveAmerica handles online campsite reservations for the park.

Directions

Driving

4.5 miles East of Highway 51 near Wesson.

Phone Numbers

Primary

(601) 643-9044

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