Stone County (Mississippi)
Flint Creek Water Park
Located on Highway 29 in Wiggins, Mississippi, and an easy 35 miles north of the Mississippi Gulf Coast, offers water fun for the whole family. The park is comprised of 1900 total acres and features a 600-acre lake with 13 miles of shoreline stocked with bass, bream, crappie and catfish offering excellent fishing 24-hours a day. The lake is also a favorite for boating, water skiing and swimming. Aluminum boat rentals are available. Flint Creek's Water Town with kiddy waterslides and four adult giant waterslides, is open most of the year.
Landlubbers can enjoy camping and picnicking all year round. With 156 fully developed camping spurs, 34 vacation cabins, and 12 camphouses, Flint Creek is a terrific place to spend weekends or vacations. Campers can enjoy swimming at their own private beach, or just enjoy nature, taking a hike down the nature trail, fragrant with daisies, honeysuckle, roses and red clover. Wild turkey, deer, squirrels, and ducks and other waterfowl can often be found along the lakeside. At lunch or dinner, enjoy the picnic area equipped with barbeque grills and picnic tables. For added convenience, Flint Creek also has 2 private pavilions and 1 enclosed lodge hall. Every July 4, the water park holds it annual Fireworks Display enjoyed by locals and visitors alike. An annual haunted forest is held the Saturday before Halloween. 
Traveling out of Stone County (Mississippi)
U.S. Highway 49 north to Hattiesburg
U.S. Highway 49 south to Gulfport
MS 26 east to Lucedale
MS 26 west to Poplarville
MS 29 north to New Agusta
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