Leroy Percy is the oldest of the Mississippi's State Parks. It is characterized by artesian springs, cypress trees, and ancient oaks dripping with Spanish moss. Leroy Percy is one of two state parks that features a wildlife management area. The seasonal pursuit of deer, squirrel, turkey, duck, and dove beckons to hunters in search of an unspoiled hunting area away from the crowd.
Stay the Night
16 developed camping sites, Scenic Wooded tent camping area, 8 Vacation Cabin units, and a Group Camp which can accommodate up to 48 people, plus laundry facilities are available.
Things to Do
Disc Golf, Picnic Area/Pavilions, Playground, Playing Fields, Freshwater Fishing, Boat Launch, and Hunting.
Leroy Percy offers a disc golf course. The Disc Golf course is open to the public, free of charge, however, the normal entrance fee is required. Discs can be rented or purchased at the park office.
Leroy Percy features the Alligator Lake Trail which winds by the lake and passes through the natural habitat of wildlife of a delta hardwood forest.
The Park's 30 picnic sites offer tables, grills, and views of Alligator Lake. One large picnic pavilion is available by reservation, providing the ideal spot for family reunions, company picnics, or church or school outings. Electricity is provided for a small fee.
The Park has an area available for volleyball.
Playground equipment is also available at the Park.
Alligator Lake is well stocked with bream, catfish, and bass. A Mississippi fishing license is required for all persons between the ages of 16 and 65. Licenses may be purchased from the park office for a nominal charge.
Alligator Lake is well-stocked with bream, catfish and bass.