PO Box 248
Wiggins, MS 39577
Black Creek, with it's deep, black water and white sand bars and colorful vertical bluffs, meanders through the De Soto National Forest with trees and flowering shrubs hanging over the banks.
Mississippi's only National Scenic River flows for 40 miles of within the National Forest. Plants flourish and wildlife abounds. Wood ducks and otters are often seen by those visiting the stream. Primitive camping is allowed all along the stream within the National Forest and a number of trails can be accessed near the river.
Site serves as the end point for both the Black Creek float trip and hiking trail
3 numbered primitive camping sites
· Concrete boat ramp
Map + Directions
Take Hwy 49 to Wiggins; take the North Wiggins exit off Hwy 49 for approximately 2 miles; take Hwy 29 north to County Rd 318 (Fairley Bridge Rd); go east 6 miles to Forest Service Rd 374; turn south and follow signs to the landing