Things to Do
Piney Grove Campgrounds / Bay Springs Lake
The Piney Grove Campground is on Bay Springs Lake, along the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway in northeastern Mississippi. It's ideal for families and groups of friends looking for lots of water recreation.
Booneville's Hospitality Pocket Park is a recently revitalized community gathering space perfect for hosting music, arts, and other events! It also features a "Little Free Library" where we invite you to "take a book and leave a book" for all to enjoy!
Rails and Trails Museum
The Rails and Trails Museum is located in the historic Gulf, Mobile & Ohio Depot, which was built around 1890. It is a contributing property of the Downtown Booneville Historic District, which was added to the National Register Places in 1998. The museum features numerous artifacts, memorabilia, and photographs on display that shed light on the history of county. There is also a large red caboose just outside the building. The museum is operated by the Prentiss County Genealogical and Historical Society. The Museums operates as a tourism draw featuring exhibits from the past that feature Prentiss County history.
This downtown hub spot located across from the historic Booneville Hardware building is the center location around most of Booneville Main Street' festivals and events but also features picnic tables so all of the community can enjoy this gathering spot year-round!
W.M. Browning Cretaceous Fossil Park
The W.M. Browning Cretaceous Fossil Park is a small site in northeast Mississippi where anyone can dig, search, and collect 75 million year old fossils. The park is located on Twenty Mile Creek at the intersection of U.S. Route 45 and road 7450