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Holly Springs National Forest, Mississippi

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Holly Springs National Forest map, photos, satellite view and comments. Holly Springs National Forest is a Forest in Benton County, MS with an elevation of 486 feet, or 148 meters above sea level.

A satellite image of the Holly Springs National Forest area in Benton County, MS. Click the map image to see more detail and to pan and zoom.

What's Nearby Holly Springs National Forest
Holly Springs National Forest 0.00 miles away
A Forest in Benton, Mississippi
Suttles Rocks 0.17 miles away
A Summit in Benton, Mississippi
Bethel 0.74 miles away
A Populated Place in Benton, Mississippi
Bethel Methodist Church 0.81 miles away
A Church in Benton, Mississippi
Bethel Cemetery 0.86 miles away
A Cemetery in Benton, Mississippi
Cannon Lake Dam 0.88 miles away
A Dam in Benton, Mississippi
Duncan Lake 0.88 miles away
A Reservoir in Benton, Mississippi
Collins Cemetery 0.90 miles away
A Cemetery in Benton, Mississippi
LT 6-5 Dam 0.92 miles away
A Dam in Benton, Mississippi
Jobe Hollow 0.92 miles away
A Valley in Benton, Mississippi

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Anonymous user shared on Nov. 15, 2009

my name is david i've been hunting the same area for the last 20 years i've got a 7000.00 4 wheeler in 06 and been using it to retrive deer and fish to provie food for my family and people that couldn't hunt and still like to eat the meat and fish and we are all going to miss that but i'm still going to see what i can still take home i was talking to the game warrend and he that sucks and the forrest ranger will problely be tought about it if he catches you; but he can't be everywhere at hte same time so its on your back if you know what i mean i might even take the chance i relly like to hunt

Anonymous user shared on Aug. 20, 2009

Hello, my name is Tony, and I use to hunt in Holly Springs national forest. I'm writing about the new atv regulations. No one I've talked to on the phone has been helpful. I use to hunt about 2 or 3 miles back in the forest with my bow and 38 lb. tree stand, since we can't leave tree stands in the forests any more and can't ride atv's in anymore it will be next to impossible for me to hunt back there anymore. Can you imagine lugging a climbing tree stand and bow gear in that distance in 80 to 90 degree weather? If you can you don't seem to care. Most of the deer I see and shoot are late in the evening, so if I shoot one it will be midnight before I can get out. Also we could get snake bit or break a leg. Somebody is trying to stop us from hunting and unfortunately it will work. I'll never get to show my kids the work of God the way I saw it. I keep hearing you're going to have atv trails that's fine and dandy for trail riders but we'll have 10,000 hunters in one area. My four wheeler tracks would be all but completely gone by the time deer season rolled around each year. I have enclosed just a couple of pictures of deer I have taken from this area and will never get to see again. Isn't there someone looking out for us hunters? It wouldn't except my pictures but I had some dandys. Tony

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Holly Springs National Forest, a Mississippi natlforest ...
Holly Springs National Forest, located in north-central Mississippi, provides a panorama of habitat types for wildlife. The casual observer may think of this public ...

Holly Springs National Forest - Wikipedia
The Holly Springs National Forest (HSNF) was established by the United States Forest Service on June 15, 1936 during the tenure of United States Department of ...

Mississippi National Forests - National Forest Foundation
The six National Forests in Mississippi provide a wide variety of nature-based opportunities. The Bienville, Delta, DeSoto, Holly Springs, Homochitto, and Tombigbee ...

Holly Springs National Forest Campgrounds
Forest Information The Holly Springs National Forest, located in north-central Mississippi, is comprised of 154,654 acres. There are three developed campgrounds, two ...

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Place Type
Holly Springs National Forest is a Forest. Definition: Bounded area of woods, forest, or grassland under the administration of a political agency (see ""woods"") (national forest, national grasslands, State forest).

Latitude and Longitude:
Latitude: 34.7334298
Longitude: -89.1334020

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