Hunting, Fishing, & Camping

West Tennessee has endless opportunities for outdoor adventure. From hunting and fishing to nature hikes, it’s all just a day trip from Memphis!

Meeman-Shelby Forest State Park offers bank and boat fishing for bass, bluegill and catfish, as well as some outstanding largemouth bass. A special lake permit fee is required for fishing and a launch fee is charged for personal jon boats, canoes and kayaks. The park also offers cabins to rent and facilities for various campsites. Learn more.

T.O. Fuller State Park offers 45 campsites for both RVs and tents. The site is a popular birding site, attracting rare black-bellied whistling ducks, nesting black-necked stilts among others. Learn more. 

Facilities include two fishing piers, a covered boat dock with spot for 32 rental boats, two launching ramps, a bait and tackle shop, a clubhouse, restrooms and two picnic pavilions. Learn more.

Fort Pillow State Historic Park offers bank fishing and boat fishing on Sulllivan’s Pond. Trailered boats can be launched into Sullivan’s Pond at the park’s public boat launch ramp. The park also offers facilities for various campsites. Learn more.

Ghost River Rentals offers canoe, kayak, or a stand-up paddle board rentals to enjoy on your own or on a guided tour. Learn more. 

17-mile area along the Hatchie River which offers regulated hunting and fishing. Learn more. 

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