QUICK FACTS 3
OUR HISTORY 3
NOTABLE GRENADIANS 4
SIGHTS TO SEE 6
WHERE TO STAY 14
WHERE TO SHOP 15
WHERE TO EAT 20
SURROUNDING AREAS 26
Grenada MS Tourism
As you go through these pages you
will see that Grenada offers some of
the Southeast’s best outdoor resources
and activities for the entire family.
From our nationally recognized Grenada
Lake and its designation as the
best Crappie fishing in the US, to our
picturesque Dogwoods Golf Course, to
premier outdoor camping and to the
most beautiful countryside in Mississippi,
Grenada has it all. You can also
find unique historical sites, small town
shopping, down home cooking and a
hospitable and welcoming community.
Enjoy your visit to Grenada...
Where Memories Are Made.
Chronicled in the Treaty of Dancing Rabbit Creek
(1830), the United States government gave a section
of land to Peggy Trehan, a Choctaw Indian, and an
adjoining section to John Donley, a white mail rider.
All that separated the two sections was a survey line
known as present day Line Street...
The original owners then sold their sections to Franklin E. Plummer
and Hiram G. Runnels. The two sections became known as Pittsburg and
Tullahoma. Because of a bitter rivalry between the towns’ residents, representatives
met in 1836 in an effort to solve the problems. This meeting
resulted in a plan to merge the two towns into one.
On July 4, 1836, a mock wedding ceremony performed by Rev. Abraham
Lucas, a Methodist minister, joined a bride representing Tullahoma and
a groom representing Pittsburg to form the new town of Grenada. Some
believe the town was named after Granada, Spain, and simply misspelled.
The city was once home to Grenada
College, a Methodist junior college for
women. Because of financial troubles, the
church closed the college and transferred
all assets to Millsaps College.
James Meredith’s 1966 “March
Against Fear” arrived in Grenada
on June 15. Civil Rights
activists protesting racial segregation
included Dr. Martin
Luther King Jr., Joan Baez,
Andrew Young, Ralph Abernathy,
and others. The group’s
demonstrations continued in
Grenada for one week.
BIG GEORGE BROCK
Blues singer and harp player who has recorded five CDs.
Known to wear flashy and colorful suits and hats at shows.
Brock cut the title song for the film “M For Mississippi: A
Road Trip Through The Birthplace Of The Blues.”
Actor, best known for his role as Jem in the 1962
movie “To Kill A Mockingbird”. Philip was born
in Alabama, but now calls Grenada home.
Former fullback and linebacker in the Arena Football
League. He played from 2001 to 2008 during his career with
the Grand Rapids Rampage and Kansas City Brigade.
Linebacker for the Cleveland Browns. He chose #55 because of
I-55 that runs through Grenada, to represent Grenada running
through his veins. He played college football at Memphis.
Miss Mississippi 2005. She is a singer/songwiter and has
performed alongside Morgan Freeman, Sela Ward, and others.
All American Quarterback for the Ole Miss Rebels and member of
the College Football Hall of Fame. His skills as a baseball player at
Ole Miss led him to be drafted by the New York Yankees where he
played catcher from 1962 to 1971.
MISSISSIPPI JOHN HURT
American country blues singer and guitarist. Raised in Avalon,
MS, Hurt taught himself how to play guitar around age nine.
Hurt passed away in Grenada in 1966.
Songwriter born in Grenada in 1931. Some of his most notable
songs include “Good Golly Miss Moly”, “Ready Teddy” and “Rip
it Up” made famous by Little Richard.
Former professional NFL football player who
played running back for the St. Louis Rams and
the Los Angeles Raiders.
Samuel “Magic Sam” Gene Maghett was an American Chicago
blues musician. He learned to play from listening to records
by Muddy Waters and Little Walter.
Morris Holt, known as “Magic Slim” was an American blues
singer and guitarist. Born at Torrance and the son of sharecroppers,
he followed blues greats such as Muddy Waters
and Howlin’ Wolf to Chicago.
Born in Greenwood and raised in Grenada,
Donna Tartt is a New York Times Best Selling
author of The Secret History, The Little Friend,
and Pulitzer Prize winner The Goldfinch.
Eddie “Chank” Willis was a Grammy Awardwinning
soul musician who played electric guitar
for Motown’s in-house studio band, the Funk
Brothers, from 1959 to the early 1970’s. His
accompaniments can be heard on Motown hits
by Marvin Gaye, Stevie Wonder, the Supremes,
Temptations, Four Tops and others.
Country music Singer, Player and Songwriter signed to
Warner Brothers Records for whom he has recorded 2 critically
acclaimed albums. He has toured with Taylor Swift,
Brad Paisley, Miranda Lambert, Tim McGraw and Faith
Hill, Kenny Rogers, and Lee Ann Womack, among others.
58th Governor of Mississippi from 1980 to 1984. A Democrat,
he is known for his strong support of public education,
freedom of information, racial reconciliation, and historic
BELLE FLOWER CHURCH 505 West Pearl St.
Belle Flower Missionary Baptist Church, Founded in 1868, was a hub for community
and national organizers during the civil rights movement. In the 1960s
the Grenada County Freedom Movement was based in the church along with
representatives of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference.
CAMP MCCAIN 3152 James H. Biddy Rd.
A U.S. Army World War II Infantry training
post established in 1942 in Grenada County,
Mississippi. Named after Major General Henry
P. McCain. Declared surplus in 1946 and converted
into a Mississippi National Guard Post.
ODD FELLOWS / CONFEDERATE CEMETERY
Corner of Cemetary & Commerce St.
Established circa 1840, this is Grenada’s oldest
cemetery. Buried here are many prominent, early
citizens, including Rev. Abraham Lucas, who performed
the “marriage of Pittsburg & Tullahoma”
on July 4, 1836, forming Grenada. Also buried
here are victims of the 1878 Yellow Fever epidemic
and approx. 150 Confederate soldiers.
Photo by Delay in Block Productions
YELLOW FEVER CEMETERY Corner of Wood & Second St. Ext.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Contains grave sites of many
of the victims of the epidemic that almost wiped out Grenada in 1878.
CIVIL WAR FORT 2088 Scenic Route 333
These two forts were built in anticipation of a battle being
fought on the Yalobusha River when General Grant was
advancing down the Mississippi Central Railroad.
CONFEDERATE MONUMENT Downtown
Square This monument was erected on June 3, 1910 in
memory of those who lost their lives during the Civil War.
DOWNTOWN MURAL First St.
Grenada’s mock wedding between two rival towns is depicted in this mural.
DOWNTOWN SQUARE South Main St.
Settlers in the towns of Tullahoma and Pittsburgh
(both founded from Choctaw Indian land ceded to the
U.S. by the Treaty of Dancing Rabbit Creek in 1830)
gathered to incorporate the town of Grenada by staging
a mock marriage between a Tullahoma Bride and
a groom from Pittsburg. The wedding took place on
the site that is now Grenada’s Downtown Square.
ELIZABETH JONES LIBRARY 1050 Fairfield Ave
Was established in 1929, before assuming its current location, the library existed
in the upstairs of the Grenada Bank, on Line St., and even operated a book
mobile to serve the community in 1938. Named for Grenada’s first librarian,
Elizabeth Jones. For more information visit elizabeth.lib.ms.us
GRENADA RAILWAY 634 First St.
The existing depot was rebuilt on the original site after being destroyed by Union
Calvary in 1863. The depot is now owned by Grenada Railway/Iowa Pacific.
GRENADA’S OLD POST OFFICE 179 South Main St.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places. This historic building was
Grenada’s first postal-owned building that is an example of the Georgian Revival
style of architecture. It was featured on an episode of HGTV’s ReZoned.
It is now the home of Engagements Bridal & Formal Wear Boutique.
HISTORICAL MUSEUM/COCA-COLA DISPLAY 223 First St.
Once the Grenada Bank, this building exemplified
the new bank’s financial aspirations
and vitality in shaping the material progress
of Grenada. It now contains displays of items
from the earliest days of Grenada. The museum
is also home to a large collection of Coca-Cola
Mississippi Blues Trail
1. GRENADA BLUES
Courthouse Square, N. Main St.
2. MAGIC SAM
3. MAGIC SLIM
816 Union St.
CHAKCHIUMA SWAMP NATURAL AREA
Just over the bridge on North Main St.
Swampy sloughs and bottomland forest off the
Yalobusha River Near Downtown Grenada.
GRENADA LAKE BOAT RAMPS
Graysport Crossing, Carver’s Point, Skuna-Turkey,
Piney Hills, Torrance Landing.
HASERWAY WETLAND NATURE TRAIL
Halfway down the road below Grenada
OLD RIVER RUN NATURE TRAIL
Southside of Grenada Lake Spillway
Near playground area One-mile trail.
TALLAHATCHIE NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE
On Highway 8 past Holcomb
Open fields of recovering agriculture land, Long Lake, Tippo Bayou and its
swampy bottomlands. Great 2-story birdwatching tower.
HUGH WHITE STATE PARK
Grenada Lake / 662.226.4934
12 tent camping sites, 12 duplex vacation
cabins, tennis courts, playground, swimming
pool, meeting and reunion space.
CLASS A & PRIMITIVE CAMPING
Below Grenada Dam / 662.226.8963
173 RV campsites, picnic tables and grills,
bathhouses, coin-operated laundry.
CARVER POINT 662.628.6799 / 662.927.0777
2-story housing that accomodates groups up to 35 with
kitchen, dining room and playground.
FROG HOLLOW RV PARK 601 Highway 7
North / 662.226.9042
MALMAISON WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT
AREA www.MDWFP.com / 662.453.5409
NORTH ABUTMENT CAMPGROUND
Grenada Lake / 662.226.1679
88 RV campsites, picnic tables, grills, and ampitheater.
BIG OAKS LODGE
266 Larrys Rd. / 662.299.2806
3 Bedrooms, 3 1/2 Bath, Full Kitchen & Laundry,
GRENADA LAKE CABINS
662.227.9210 or 662.417.1783
The Little Big House, The Lake Cabin, and The
Cabin On The Hill offer a variety of lodging suitable
for anyone from sportsmen to families or
ROLLING OAKS CABINS
Monthly Rentals Only.
CHAKCHIUMA SWAMP NATURAL AREA
Just over the bridge on North Main St.
This Tupelo-cypress swamp was formed years ago by the
meandering channel of the Yalobusha River. A meadow and
mature hardwood forest surroung the swamp and can be
explored by foot rail. A boardwalk leads to the edge of the
swamp next to a small boat slip.
MALMAISON WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT
This 9,483 acre WMA is as diverse and unique as any
other public area in the state. State HWY 7 divides the
WMA at the delta/hills interface in Grenada County.
Roughly 800 acres of the WMA lies in the loess hills and the
rest in the Yalobusha/Mississippi River floodplain. McIntyre Scatters is a shallow
swampy lake perfect for paddling and the western edge of the WMA and contains 500
to 600 acres open to the public.
662.453.5409 / www.MDWFP.com
9,483-acre home to white tail deer, wild turkeys, rabbits
and squirrels. The Yalobusha River, oxbow lakes and
swamp areas contain catfish, bass and bream for
U.S. ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS
2202 Scenic Loop 333 / 662.226.5911
Call for information on lake specifics, fishing/hunting
seasons and locations.
GRENADA LAKE VISITORS CENTER
662.226.1679 / Mon-Fri: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Sun: Noon to 4 p.m. Call for information on lake
specifics, fishing/hunting seasons and locations.
GRENADA LAKE FITNESS TRAIL Below Grenada Dam
This one-mile trail meanders through a mature bottomland forest. The trail is outfitted
with fitness equipment and is part of a complex comprised of tennis courts,
picnic shelters and playgrounds.
HOLLY SPRINGS NATIONAL FOREST
HWY 7 at the Hardy/Coffeeville exit on I-55
ATV trails and off trail hiking through mature upland forest and manmade lakes.
LITTLE MOUNTAIN TRAIL Hugh White State Park
A steep but rewarding climb up Grenada’s largest hill with a great view of the lake.
LOST BLUFF HIKING TRAIL Near main entrance of Grenada Lake
This two-mile trail winds through a mature beech oak forest on the steep loess
bluffs. The trail is challenging and diverse terrain from easy to extremely strenuous.
MALMAISON WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT AREA
HWY 7 past Holcomb
Nature trail and off-trail hiking in bottomland forest along Yalobusha River.
At the Spillway
SESAME STREET PARK
2151 Scenic Loop 333
DAM AREA PARKS
Below Grenada Dam
370 Jasper Neely Dr.
Bull Bottom Farms
BULL BOTTOM FARMS
1641 Sayles Rd. (Duck Hill)
Open Spring and Fall. Corn Maze,
Magic Carpet Slide, Corn Box, Hay Ride,
Cow Train, Animal Park, Jumping Pillow,
Fun Fort, Sand Mountain, Tiny Town,
Hay Jump, Corn Cannons, and more!
GRENADA YOUTH LEAGUE
WAYNE CARSON PARK
2217 Jackson Ave. Ext. / 662.226.3485
GRENADA PARKS & REC
370 Jasper Neely Dr. / 662.227.3450
DAM AREA SPORTS COMPLEX
Baseball/softball fields, Lighted tennis
courts, playgrounds, basketball court,
and physical fitness trail
Below Grenada Dam / 662.226.5911
1550 Jameson Dr. / 662.294.1201
Play like a
STEWART’S SPORTS & MORE
60 Sunset Loop / 662.226.4747
BATTING CAGE / GOLF SIMULATOR
4461 Commerce St. / 662.392.5877
Let’s hit the
0n the Lake
Perfect day for
THE DOGWOODS GOLF COURSE 662.226.1679
2424 Hugh White State Park Road / www.DogwoodsGolf.com
The course is nationally ranked and is located at Hugh White State Park. Amenities
include: carts for rent, a practice range, a pro shop and a clubhouse.
PERRY CREEK GOLF & RACQUET CLUB
662.226.8839 or 662.226.6411
Perry Creek is a privately owned 18 hold course. Other amenities include: tennis
courts, restaurant and bar.
Where to Stay
AMERICA’S BEST VALUE INN
1750 Sunset Dr. / 662.226.7816
BUDGET INN EXPRESS
1673 Sundown Dr. / 662.227.0169
66 HWY 8 East / 662.226.6884
HAMPTON INN & SUITES
1545 Jameson Dr. / 662.226.1886
BAYMONT INN & SUITES
1575 Jameson Dr. / 662.226.9897
COMFORT INN & SUITES
255 SW Frontage Dr. / 662.227.8444
1552 Sunset Dr. / 662.226.1683
1622 Sunset Dr. / 662.226.5555
HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS
1540 Sunset Dr. / 662.229.9595
NUMBER 8 MOTEL
22295 HWY 8 East / 662.226.8337
1451 Sunset Dr. / 662.226.2192
1796 Sunset Dr. / 662.307.2640
BED & BREAKFAST
LOFTS ON THE SQUARE
113 First St. / 662.230.2454
1632 Sunset Dr. / 662.226.8888
Where to Shop
ALLEN’S FINE JEWELRY
1322 Sunset Dr. / 662.226.6753
1321 Sunset Dr. / 662.226.3520
FLOWER SHOP, GIFTS
1980 Commerce St. / 662.226.2861
1321 Sunset Dr. / 662.226.5631
& FORMAL WEAR
178 S. Main St. / 662.226.2995
THE GIFT BOX
1360 Sunset Dr. / 662.226.1188
321 Sunset Dr. Ste T / 662.307.2218
WOMEN’S CLOTHING, GIFTS
1967 Commerce St. / 662.226.6741
MEN’S CLOTHING / SHOES
2022 Commerce St. / 662.226.9557
325-A Tatum Ave. / 662.226.9501
FLOWER SHOP, GIFTS, APPAREL
1477 Oak St. / 662.226.5641
2018 Commerce St.
1105 Sunwood Dr. Suite 3
1321 Sunset Dr. / 662.226.0605
FRAMING & GIFTS GALLERY
325 Tatum Ave. / 662.226.2120
CLOTHING, HOME DECOR, GIFTS
1323 Sunset Dr. / 662.226.2253
Shopping for Gifts
BABY & CHILDREN’S CLOTHING
1360 Sunset Dr. / 662.229.0766
2310 Sunset Dr. / 662.227.3366
119 First St. / 662.226.0304
STUBBS DEPARTMENT STORE
WOMEN’S & MEN’S APPAREL
1508 Commerce St. / 662.227.1812
SUNDAY BEST CLOTHING
10 South St. / 662.226.2214
TASSIN JEWELERS JEWELRY STORE
1742 Commerce St. / 662.226.2222
WALL’S BARGAIN CENTER
DISCOUNT DEPARTMENT STORE
708 Lakeview Dr. / 662.226.2821
LA BELLA FONTE GALLERIA
FRAMING, HOME DECOR, GIFTS
321 W. Monroe St. / 662.229.5463
1321 Sunset Dr. / 662.229.9777
THE FLOWER COMPANY
FLOWER SHOP, GIFTS
1322B Sunset Dr. / 662.227.1130
SALON, GIFTS, HOME DECOR
1324 Sunset Dr. / 662.307.2811
MAGS WOMEN’S CLOTHING
255 Sunset Dr. / 662.307.2639
ROBIN WHITFIELD STUDIO
125 Green St. / 662.417.9126 -
Only Open Friday
ANTIQUES & THRIFT
ANOTHER MAN’S TREASURE
5445 HWY 51 S. / 662.385.5934
BROKEN POT THRIFT SHOP
66 Sunset Dr. / 662.614.1818
GAZPACHO’S THRIFT STORE
111 Third St. / 662.307.9036
LAKE CITY THRIFT
30636 HWY 8 East.
TWICE AS NICE
RESALE & CONSIGNMENT
501 Jefferson Trail / 662.299.3314
1325 Sunset Dr. / 662.294.0706
RESALE & CONSIGNMENT
1321 Sunset Dr. / 662.294.8807
1505 Jackson Ave. /
THE NEST EGG
128 First St. / 662.307.2264
7 N. Main St.
LAKEWAY SPORTING GOODS
GUN STORE, HUNTING GEAR
197 Scenic Loop 333 / 662.227.9210
4190 Commerce St. / 662.227.9479
THE HUNTER’S PLACE
ARCHERY PRO SHOP
18 986 US-51 / 662.226.3507
GREYHOUND BUS ACCESS
117 Sunset Dr. / 662.226.1871
Southbound stops at 9:50 a.m. daily
Northbound stops at 5:20 p.m. daily
GRENADA MUNICIPAL AIRPORT
A PERFECT AFFAIR
CAKES / BAKERY / CATERING
1071 Fairfield Ave. / 662.230.1760
1360 Sunset Dr. / 662.294.1020
DONUT SHOP II
DONUTS / BREAKFAST
15 Sunset Dr. / 662.226.9030
CHINESE / BUFFET
1222 Sunset Dr. / 662.226.9004
HIGH ON THE HOG
BBQ / CATFISH
711 Sunset Dr. / 662.226.5635
FARMER’S MARKET / SANDWICHES
364 Sunset Loop / 662.226.5301
SEAFOOD / FAMILY STYLE / BUFFET
515 Scenic Loop 333 / 662.229.0020
317 Sunset Dr. / 662.227.1888
SOUTHERN / BUFFET
1750 Sunset Dr. (America’s Best
Value Inn) 662.227.1888
THE DONUT PLACE
BAKERY / BREAKFAST / LUNCH
1268 S. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr Blvd.
CHINESE / BUFFET
1301-A Sunset Dr. / 662.226.2368
JAKE & RIPS
BBQ / AMERICAN
1525 Sunset Dr. / 662.226.9955
LEGENDARIES FINE DINER
58 Cherry St. / 662.699.0780
THE KENNEL CLUB STEAKHOUSE
PUB / STEAKHOUSE
1525 Sunset Dr. (Behind Jake & Rips)
1248 Sunset Dr. / 662.229.0056
NO WAY JOSE
1201 Sunset Dr. / 662.227.3355
STEAKHOUSE / SEAFOOD / BUFFET
1301 Sunset Dr. Suite B / 662.226.7935
MARIACHI’S BAR & GRILL
MEXICAN / BUFFET
1650 Sunset Dr. / 662.226.2737
CAJUN / CREOLE / AMERICAN
148 S. Main St. / 662.294.8880
STEAKHOUSE / SOUTHERN
1475 Sunset Dr. / 662.226.1107
SALADS / SANDWICHES
91-A Sunset Dr. / 662.226.8001
T & Z WINGS
WINGS / BURGERS
1756A Commerce St. / 662.307.2739
A BAR & GRILL
PUB / AMERICAN
120 Green St. / 622.307.2743
325 Tatum Ave. / 662.307.2272
SPENCER’S DAIRY KREAM
ICE CREAM / BURGERS
279 Sunset Dr. / 662.226.9884
THE SPORTS CENTER
SPORTS BAR / PUB FARE / POOL
893 Springhill Rd. / 662.226.1322
SOUTHERN / BUFFET
635 West Monroe. / 662.226.4226
APPLEBEE’S 1625 Sunset Dr. / 662.226.6222
BURGER KING 1250 Sunset Dr. / 662.226.1000
CAPTAIN D’S 1208 Sunset Loop / 662.307.2439
CHURCH’S FRIED CHICKEN 1317 Sunset Dr. / 662.226.1458
DOMINO’S 1303-D Sunset Dr. / 662.226.3833
KFC 699 Sunset Dr. / 662.226.4686
LITTLE CAESAR’S PIZZA 1228 Sunset Dr. / 662.307.7089
MCALISTER’S DELI 1650 Sunset Dr. / 662.229.9920
MCDONALD’S 1319 Sunset Dr. / 662.226.2881
OEC JAPANESE EXPRESS 1550 Jameson Dr. / 662.307.2748
PIZZA HUT 1301 Sunset Dr. / 662.226.6262
PIZZA INN 1463 Sunset Dr. / 662.226.3330
POPEYE’S CHICKEN 747 Sunset Dr. / 662.294.8922
SHONEY’S 1526 Sunset Dr. / 662.226.5360
SONIC DRIVE IN 2005 Commerce St. / 662.226.8343
SUBWAY 1624 Sunset Dr. / 662.226.0300
2001 S. Commerce St. / 662.226.8003
TACO BELL 1651 Sunset Dr. / 662.226.1707
WAFFLE HOUSE 2085 Sunset Dr. / 662.226.0428
WENDY’S 1502 Sunset Dr. / 662.226.2883
YAMATO STEAKHOUSE OF JAPAN 279 Sunset Dr. / 662.226.9884
ZAXBY’S 1657 Sunset Dr. / 662.226.9451
ANNUAL BALD EAGLE SURVEY
662.226.5911 • Bird watchers join the Corps of
Engineers to record information on the eagles observed
at Grenada Lake.
FISH HABITAT DAY
662.226.5911 • The Corps of Engineers sponsor this
event which establishes areas for the fish to breed.
MISSISSIPPI STATE FOX HUNT
662.226.5911 • This statewide hunt is held a the Hugh White State Park on
the East side of Grenada Lake.
SOUTHERN FLIGHT HUNTER RETRIEVER COMPETITION
901.487.0246 • Watch expert retrievers in ation during this event.
MAGNOLIA CRAPPIE CLUB TOURNAMENT
662.907.4080 • MagnoliaCrappieClub.com • The main landing at
Grenada Lake are the starting and finishing locations for this contest.
BASS PRO SHOP’S CRAPPIE MASTERS TOURNAMENT
660.351.6960 • CrappieMasters.net • Largest two day tournament
held at Grenada Lake.
BOWHUNTER’S ARCHERY TOURNAMENT
662.226.5911 • Two Day Tournament.
Held at Grenada Municipal Airport.
NATIONAL SAFE BOATING WEEK
662.226.5911 • The Corps of Engineers
sponsors courses in safe boating for the public.
SOUTHERN FOX HUNTERS HUNT
662.628.5094 • Hunt at Hugh White
State Park on East Grenada Lake.
Facebook • 662.226.7608
Every Saturday May - end of August on
the Downtown Square. 7 a.m. - 11 a.m.
JUNE - JULY
THUNDER ON WATER
Enjoy fireworks, music, arts and crafts,
carnival, car, truck & big rig show
and more. 2nd weekend in June.
AMERICAN CRAPPIE TRAIL TOURNAMENT
317.646.4632 • AmericanCrappieTrail.com • Two day tournament.
GRENADA’S DOWNTOWN JUBILEE
662.226.2571 • Arts & crafts, entertainment, children’s area, local tours and
much more. Takes place on the Historic Downtown Square.
OCTOBER - NOVEMBER
GRENADA LAKE FOX HUNT
662.226.5911 • Takes place at the East end of
GRENADA BOWHUNTERS COMPETITION
662.227.9200 • Takes place at Dogwood’s Golf Course
PICKIN’ AT THE LAKE
662.227.1491 • Come to the spillway at Grenada
Lake to relax and hear music from bluegrass
and folk bands from all over North MS.
MAGNOLIA CRAPPIE CLUB TOURNAMENT
662.907.4080 • Takes place at the main landing at Grenada Lake.
NATIONAL PUBLIC LANDS DAY
662.226.5911 • A presentation of Grenada Lake.
GRENADA AFTERGLOW FILM FESTIVAL
662.417.6751 / www.GrenadaAfterglow.com • Independent films from
Mississippi and all over the world, Music, Art, Workshops, Tech, and Video Game
NATIONAL FOX HUNT
504.967.2944 • Hugh White State Park
662.226.2571 • See floats, local marching
bands, and santa! Downtown Grenada.
During the month of December Grenada’s
Downtown Square is decorated with lights
and a miniature Christmas village.
Photo by Shedrick Flowers
FIRST & GREEN CELEBRATIONS 97 First St.
662.699.0498 / www.FirstandGreenGrenada.com
Built in 1876 and beautifully restored. 5,000 sq ft. of event space and capacity for
parties of 250 guests. Outdoor event space is available in the F&G Courtyard. For
smaller parties (up to 40 guests) we offer Miss Emma’s Dining Room.
EVENT CENTER 4461 Commerce St.
662.466.2605 / www.facebook.com/eventcenter.ms/
Different size party/banquet rooms are available, complete with stage and sound
system, tables and chairs. (Linens upon request) We also offer a holding kitchen for
all of your catering needs.
GRENADA CITY AUDITORIUM
17 N. Main St. / 662.226.8820
LEWIS JOHNSON SENIOR CITIZEN COMPLEX
299 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. / 662.226.8820
600 Butler St. / 662.226.8820
Want to go
Feel like exploring?
These destinations are all just
a short drive from Grenada.
“The Help” Tour
Greenwood, 33 Miles
Kermit the Frog
Jim Henson Museum
Leland, 78 Miles
Cleveland, 55 Miles
O0ld Mountain 0utdoor
Winona, 20 Miles
0xford, 50 Miles
Eat at Morgan Freeman
& Bill Luckett’s Blues Club
Tupelo, 86 Miles
Jackson, 112 Miles
Home of the Blues
Clarksdale, 68 Miles
B.B. King Museum
Indianola, 63 Miles