Leroy Percy State Park
Leroy Percy is the oldest of the Mississippi's State Parks. It is characterized by artesian springs, cypress trees, and ancient oaks dripping with Spanish moss. Leroy Percy is the only state park featuring a wildlife preserve. The seasonal pursuit of deer, squirrel, turkey, duck, and dove beckons to hunters in search of an unspoiled hunting area away from the crowd. Leroy Percy is also known for its alligator population--visitors can safely observe the scaly reptiles from two observation towers over their hot artesian water home.
The following area attractions are located within a short drive of Leroy Percy State Park. The park staff will be happy to provide you with directions.
- Delta National Forest Golf Course
- Leroy Percy Wildlife Management Area
- Mount Holly Historic Home (Greenville)
- Winterville Mounds Park (Greenville)
Leroy Percy State Park would like to recognize Hollandale School District for their hard work on numerous beautiful projects they have done on the Park. Thank you again for the time, dedication, and pride that Hollandale School District has provided to our Park. A link of a photo gallery will be available soon to recognize the students and sponsors that have volunteered to help make Leroy Percy State Park beautiful.
Annual Area Events
- April - World Catfish Festival (Belzoni)
- September - Delta Blues Festival (Greenville)
Special Park Events
For more information on any of these special events, please contact the park office at (662) 827-5436.
Leroy Percy State Park Map (download)
Leroy Percy has 16 sites available for RV camping. Each site is equipped with water and electrical hook-ups. A central sewage dumping station and a bathhouse featuring hot showers and laundry facilities are located near the developed camping area.
All campsites are available for advance reservations.
The remainder is filled on a first-come, first-served basis.
A wooded area near the developed campground features sites suitable for tent camping. Picnic tables and a bathhouse with showers are located near the tent camping area
Leroy Percy features eight family cabins near Alligator Lake, providing a comfortable retreat for vacationers as well as hunting parties. Each cabin is air-conditioned and heated, equipped with bed and bath linens. The cabins also have basic kitchen equipment and feature a stone or modern fireplace.
Reservations are strongly recommended.
The Group Camp accommodates up to 48 people. It is available in an air-conditioned dormitory with meals served cafeteria style in the park lodge. Campers must furnish their own linens.
Reservations are required.
A Sunday luncheon buffet is served year-round and groups of 25 or more may reserve the restaurant for dinner. For specific information on facilities, seating capacity and costs, contact the park office.
The Snack bar operates year-round, for breakfast and lunch.
The Park's 30 picnic sites offer tables, grills, and views of Alligator Lake. One large picnic pavilion is available by reservation, providing the ideal spot for family reunions, company picnics, or church or school outings. Electricity is provided for a small fee.
Leroy Percy features two diverse nature trails, with each winding through a different area of the park.
The Black Bayou Trail goes through the bayou area of the park and offers views of moss-laden oaks and the oxbow bends of the bayou.
The Alligator Lake Trail winds around the lake and passes through the natural habitat of wildlife of a delta hardwood forest.
Playground equipment is also available at the Park.
The Park has an area available for volleyball.
Alligator Lake is well-stocked with bream, catfish and bass.
Boating Information (MDWFP Link)
Alligator Lake is well stocked with bream, catfish, and bass. A Mississippi fishing license is required for all persons between the ages of 16 and 65.
Licenses may be purchased from the park office for a nominal charge.
Fishing Information (MDWFP Link)
Laundry Facilities are available.
Leroy Percy offers a disc golf course. The Disc Golf course is open to the public, free of charge, however, the normal entrance fee is required. Discs can be rented or purchased at the park office. Southern National Disc Golf Association
A day use entry fee is charged on a per vehicle basis.
Leroy Percy is also known for its alligator population - - visitors can safely observe the scaly reptiles form two observation towers over their hot artesian water home.
The only wildlife management area in the state park system, Leroy Percy offers seasonal hunting of deer (primitive weapons only), squirrel, turkey, duck, and dove. Regulations for hunting inside the park differ from those of the State of Mississippi. Hunters must register and obtain a copy of the regulations at the park office. Additional hunting areas are located near Leroy Percy State Park.
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Contact Leroy Percy State Park (Campground)
1400 Highway 12 East
P.O. Box 176
Hollandale, MS 38748
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