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The Grove

The Grove is the legendary tailgating area located at the center of the University of Mississippi (Ole Miss) campus. It is approximately 10 acres in size and takes its name from the oak, elm, and magnolia trees surrounding the area.

1848 University Ave, Oxford, MS 38655, USA
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Holly Springs National Forest

There are a number of beautiful trails in the Holly Springs National Forest just east of Oxford.” – Carlyle Wolfe

 

Holly Springs National Forest, Mississippi, USA
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Strawberry Plains Audubon Center

“Strawberry Plains Audubon Center, nearby in Holly Springs, offers excellent naturalist classes on Saturdays.” – Carlyle Wolfe

285 Plains Rd, Holly Springs, MS 38635, USA
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Pat Lamar Park

“Pat Lamar Park is convenient for a late afternoon walk.  A variety of trees and sculptures along the 1.5-mile loop add interest.” – Carlyle Wolfe

Lamar Park, Oxford, MS, USA
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Bailey’s Woods

“Bailey’s Woods, the .5-mile trail connecting Rowan Oak and the University Museum, is delightful, and my dogs are especially comfortable there.” – Carlyle Wolfe

University Avenue and 5th, Oxford, MS 38655
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Lake Sardis

“I enjoy boating at sunset on Sardis – water skiing when the water is warm.” – Carlyle Wolfe

Sardis Lake, Mississippi, USA
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Whirlpool Trails

“Just off campus is an old railroad cut that has acres upon acres of hiking, riding and running fun.  Most students see it often enough but if it’s your need to get away, that’s a close and proper way to meet that need.” – Sam Kendricks

Oxford, MS 38655, USA
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