John W. Kyle State Park
Located on scenic Sardis Reservoir just one hour from Memphis, John W. Kyle State Park offers a wide array of recreational opportunities in an area abundant in natural beauty. The historic campus of the University of Mississippi (Ole Miss) is just 25 miles away, making Kyle State Park the perfect spot to spend a football weekend.
Stay the Night
John Kyle offers 200 developed camping sites, 20 cabins, and two golf villas.
Things to Do
John Kyle offers Mallard Pointe Golf Course, group camp facilities, fishing and boating on Sardis Lake and the lodge offers a large ball room, and dining room that will accommodate 96, suitable for family reunions, banquets, and luncheon meetings.
Mallard Pointe Golf Course
This picturesque Robert Cup design is located in the rolling hills of John W. Kyle State Park. The championship 18-hole course features striking elevation changes and measures 7,000 from the back tees. Also included is a large driving range and putting green in addition to a practice course consisting of a par 3, par 4, and par 5. Mallard Pointe Club House is designed to provide those items necessary to make your golf experience the best it can be. Daily green fees or an annual pass is available with tee times being accepted 6 months in advance. Office Number: (662) 487-2400.
There are two air-conditioned dormitories available for groups. Meals are served cafeteria style in the dining hall. Campers must furnish their own linens, towels, pillows, soap and other personal items. Advance reservations are recommended and may be made up to 24-months in advance.
The visitor's center (Lodge) houses the park office, a large ball room, and dining room that will accommodate 96, suitable for family reunions, banquets, and luncheon meetings. Advance reservations are recommended and may be made up to 24-months in advance.
Sardis Reservoir offers 58,500 acres of freshwater for fishing and boating enthusiasts. Ramps are provided for those who wish to launch their own boats.
A fee is charged and payment for boat launches must be made to the US Army Corp of Engineers. A honor box system is used and is located at each boat ramp area with instruction for payment and fee amount.
Sardis Reservoir offers 58,500 acres of fresh water for fishing, swimming, and boating enthusiasts. The lake is brimming with catfish, crappie, bass, and bream. A Mississippi fishing license is required for all persons between the ages of 16 and 65. Licenses may be purchased at the park office (licenses are cash only sales).
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