Tombigbee National Forest Guide

Named after the nearby Tombigbee River, the Tombigbee National Forest spans 67,000 acres across five counties in Northeastern Mississippi. Once a site of abandoned and eroding farmland, Tombigbee National Forest now welcomes visitors with towering pines and hardwood forests that stretch across rolling hills and into the bottomlands. The protected area offers ample opportunity for fishing, swimming, and boating. There are also over 30 miles of trails perfect for hikers and mountain bikers alike. Tombigbee also offers horse trails, camping, and Native American ceremonial mounds. With so much to see and do, Tombigbee National Forest is the perfect place for the whole family to explore. 

Shape Hiking Trails

Tombigbee National Forest Hiking Trails

Things to Do

Activities in Tombigbee National Forest

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How to get to Tombigbee National Forest

Address: Highway 15 South, Ackerman, Mississippi 39735

Fee: Entry fee $0

The Tombigbee National Forest offers some of the best mountain biking and hiking trails in the Magnolia State. Explore nearby historical sites or spend some time fishing on the forest lakes. Whatever activities feed your wandering soul, an RV trip is the perfect way to explore Tombigbee National Forest.