Tishomingo County is referred to as the Gateway into Mississippi due to its location in the extreme northeast corner of the state. It is home to museums, the Natchez Trace Parkway, Tennessee Tombigbee Waterway, Pickwick Lake, the famous Battle of Iuka, historic neighborhoods, churches and cemeteries, plus musical icons Mac McAnally and Pete Pyle, and much more. Cultural heritage sites abound throughout the county. Tishomingo County is truly a gateway into the Mississippi Hills National Heritage Area. Click/Tap, "What You Can See".
We welcome you to any and all the events around Tishomingo County. There is something of interest to everyone in the family. Click and See!
Tishomingo County is known for its natural beauty. Come and experience more than 50,000 acres of lakes and Woodall Mt. (highest point in MS). There are many adventures awaiting the outdoor enthusiast. Charming towns host annual festivals and events year-round. Antique car shows, arts crafts, entertainment, games, food and fellowship make each festival a memorable event for all.
Tishomingo County was once the Marriage Capital of the South. Numerous couples came to the old Tishomingo County Courthouse to “tie the knot,” due to marriage license requirements being so easy. Tishomingo County is extremely rich with historical and cultural stories. Historical homes, the Battle of Iuka and other Civil War skirmishes. If you are a history buff, you'll want to see our historical cemeteries, museums, stately old buildings and historical markers that celebrate the romance and keep the memories of a bygone era alive. The resources found on these pages are only glimpses into our rich history and illustrate not only why people of many cultures converged here, but how they changed the world.
Follow the Tishomingo County Quilt Block Trail. Can you find them all?