There are 3 outstanding marinas within 3 miles of each other. All 3 have covered boat slips available to rent and gas docks. There is a service facility at Aqua Yacht Harbor and a travel lift that can pick up 100,000 lb. boats. It is the second largest inland marina in the U.S. and is at the mouth of the Tennessee Tombigbee Waterway. These marinas also have boat ramps for loading and unloading of small craft.
If Civil War History is your thing, There are two parks within a 20 mile radius. Shiloh National Park, and Corinth Civil War Interpretative center with also a walking tour.
Camping activities are offered at Pickwick Landing State Park, Coleman State Park, Goat Island Park and Tishomingo State Park.
For the boating enthusiast there is over 400 miles of shoreline in Pickwick Lake for the enjoyment of cruising and quiet anchorages.
The avid fisherman will enjoy the most desirable large mouth and striped bass fishing in the Mid-South with plenty of quiet peaceful coves. If you so desire there are several fine fishing guides available to hire.
Pickwick Yacht Club- a lovely waterfront retreat with a 2 mile view on Yellow Creek, large dining deck, dockage, and dinner parties on a regular basis. The club is a member of Yacht Clubs of America. We reciprocate with other clubs throughout the United States.
Only a short distance away is the quiet town of Corinth. Downtown Corinth offers unique shops and a peaceful court square. On Thursday night the locals come to the court square to enjoy local bluegrass music.