Mississippi Hotel Reservations
John W. Kyle State Park
As you explore the southern shore of Sardis Lake in northern Mississippi, you'll find John W. Kyle State Park. A sterling example of the unique, scenic, and pleasant charms of state parks in MS, John W. Kyle State Park was named for John W. Kyle – he was a former U.S. Representative from MS, and a state senator.
With Ripley to the east and Horn Lake to the north, you'll find pleasant and agreeable accommodations in the surrounding areas. A staple of northern MS outdoor recreation, John W. Kyle State Park is home to the Mallard Pointe Golf Course. 18 holes of pristine, rolling hills, the Mallard Pointe Golf Course accepts tee time reservations up to six months in advance.
Many visitors to the John W. Kyle State Park enjoy the abundance of fishing – with more than 58,000 acres of surface area to fish on at Sardis Lake, you'll always have a spot to cast out. Launch your boat or fish from the shore.
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