Legion State Park in Louisville is hidden in the Red Hills country of Mississippi.
All the structures are man-made to compliment the beauty of the area.
One famous attraction is the hand-hewn log home structure which has remained unaltered since its construction in the 1930s.
This park was number four of the first parks developed by the CCC (Civilian Conservation Corps) in Mississippi.
Enjoy the same natural beauty that the Choctaw Indian Nation once loved here.
Visit the Choctaw Museum of the Southern Indian while you're in the area.
Walk along the water's edge, watch for forest animals, drift on the peaceful water, or hike the trails and historic sites.
There are 2 lakes in the area: Lake Toppasha and the smaller Lakelet Palila.
Whether your style is Primitive camping or cabin camping, or something in between, this park should be on your list of destinations.
Mississippi's State Parks are conveniently located along most major travel routes in the state. A reservation is just a click away, so put your mind at rest today, and reserve a visit to a Mississippi State Park.
This park is easy to find and is worth the drive to it.
Bring your camera as you will have lots to photograph in the Red Hills and on the lakes.
This State Park will surely bring you a restful time no matter how long you decide to stay.
You will find it two miles north of Louisville on North Columbus Avenue.
Note: This park does not allow pets inside any of the buildings and facilities.