201 Highway 15 North
Louisville, MS 39339
Phone: (662) 773-9090
Fax: (662) 773-9330
The Tombigbee National Forest is situated close to the Tombigbee river from where the forest gets its name. The forest area of 67,005 acres (105 square miles) is spread across five counties. The forest is famous for camping and fishing sites along the serene water look ups. Enthusiasts explore the hiking trails that venture into the forest floor.
This local tourist attraction is the site of Indian Mission founded by Dutch missionary priests in 1884.
This historic general store, founded in 1907, retains its old style charm and is an interesting stop for visitors.
This beautiful 225-acre lake offers some of the best fishing in the area. There are also boat ramps, camping and RV areas, a large pavilion, and picnic tables.
Located next to the Philadelphia-Neshoba County Public Library in historic downtown Philadelphia, DeWeese Park features a stone archway, gazebo and the Veteran's Memorial for Neshoba County.
The historical reservation of the Choctaw Indians includes the headquarters of the Choctaw Tribal Council, a Choctaw crafts store, a museum, the Choctaw community schools, and a residential area.
This historic church was restored after a fire in 1971. The grounds feature a historical marker and a monument honoring the civil rights workers slain in Philadelphia in 1967.
A monument on the grounds of this church honors the three civil rights workers who were slain in Philadelphia. In 1964, when the men traveled to Mississippi to investigate the burning of a black church, Mt. Nebo was the only congregation that practiced racial equality. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. led a memorial service at Mt. Nebo two years after the slayings.