- TripBuzz found 74 things to do with kids in or near Southaven, Mississippi, including 65 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Memphis, Germantown, Collierville and Tunica.
- From Strike Zone Bowling Lanes to Desoto Skate Park, the Southaven area offers 38 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Bowling, Movie Theaters and Theaters.
- Located in Mississippi's northernmost region is the city of Southaven. Currently the fourth largest city in the state, it is a suburb of Memphis. Home to many attractions, the area offers a family-friendly environment with true Southern Charm. Guests can enjoy the local theatres, parks, sport facilities, eateries or shopping in one of the many antique shops.
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1 Riverpark Dr, Tunica, MS 38664 MoreLess Info
Modeled after the iconic ships which sailed on the Mississippi river, the Tunica Queen Riverboat offers sightseeing tours, as well as private tours for special occasions, such as weddings.
79% 127 votes
1 Riverpark Drive, Robinsonville, MS 38664, Tunica, MS MoreLess Info
The Tunica RiverPark is a popular wedding venue, event space and scenic retreat. Its clean, modern architecture cuts a soaring, impressive silhouette against the vast expanse of the Mississippi River.
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149 Chinquapin Drive, Collierville, TN 38017 MoreLess Info
Spring Creek Ranch is a Jack Nicklaus golf course featuring 18-holes of enjoyable golf. The course spans a length of 7,426 yards from the longest tees and also features a practice facility on-site.
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Collierville, TN 38017 MoreLess Info
The trail around Herb Parsons Lake is 7 to 8 miles and can be hiked or biked, while the lake is suitable for boating and for bass, catfish and crappie fishing. The area is also home to wild turkeys.
92% 60 votes
Highway 61, Tunica, MS MoreLess Info
Located in a genuine 1895 train depot, the Gateway to the Blues Visitor Center & Museum will offer information about the area to its visitors. The 3,800 square feet museum is dedicated to local musicians. There is also a gift shop on the premises.
86% 14 votes
277 Palmer Lane, Holly Springs, MS 38635 MoreLess Info
Since its 1995 opening, the Kirkwood National Golf Club was awarded with 10 different prizes by the readers of the Golf Digest. Besides the golf course, it also offers its players lodging and restaurant services. It can be rented for special events.
73% 11 votes
3037 State Park Rd., Sardis, MS MoreLess Info
The Mallard Pointe Golf Course is an 18-hole par-72 7,604-yard course designed by Bob Cupp. In addition to the course, the facility has a 10-acre practice facility containing six target greens, practice fairways, chipping green, and putting green.
83% 53 votes
Route 1, Tiptonville, TN 38079 MoreLess Info
The only earthquake-make lake in the world is Reelfoot Lake. It features many opportunities for fishing and boating among the wide but shallow lake that is lined with many cypress trees.
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Russellville, AR MoreLess Info
The Ozark–St. Francis National Forest is a US National Forest in Arkansas. They are two separate forests: Ozark National Forest and St. Francis National Forest, each with their own differences. But together, they offer campgrounds, swimming areas, hiking trails, and streams for fishing.
94% 53 votes
141 Cherry Street, Helena, AR 72342 MoreLess Info
The Delta Cultural Center is a museum which aims to preserve the rich cultural heritage of the Arkansas Delta region. The museum interprets the history of Delta through exhibits, and guided tours.