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Tennessee/Mississippi State Line
Terminus of highway guide at Tennessee State Line.
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1.7
Junction of Mississippi State Highway 2
East access to Tishomingo County Game Refuge. NOTE: Mississippi state highway #2 overlaps highway #45 at this point.
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5.2
Junction of Wenasoga Rd, MS
Community of Corinth, Mississippi, site of the 'Second Battle of Corinth' Civil War battle and The Siege of Corinth, also known as the First Battle of Corinth. Corinth Civil War Interpretive Center. Crossroads Museum (221 N. Fillmore Street. 662-287-3120).
4.3
7.0
Junction of W Linden St., MS
East to Corinth Interpretive Center. One of the finest such facilities in the nation. Located at the site of Battery Robinett, a Union fort that fell to a ferocious Confederate attack during the Battle of Corinth. Here, you'll find interactive displays, information, audio visual presentations and other interpretive displays. There is no charge to visit the Corinth Civil War Interpretive Center or the Battle of Corinth sites surrounding it. The center is open daily (except Christmas) from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Colonel William P. Rogers Monument and Memorial. Corinth, MS.
4.9
7.9
Junction of US Highway 72 and Mississippi State Highway 2
West to Walnut, Mississippi. Roscoe Turner Airport. Jobes Lake. East on US 72 to Burnsville, Mississippi, Hillandale and Liddon Lake. Fishing. NOTE: Mississippi state highway #2 leaves US state highway #45 at this point and heads west.
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10.4
Junction of Golding Rd, MS
East to Alcorn County Crossroads Arena. The Arena opened in November 1999. This multi-purpose arena can be adapted for events ranging from conventions to concerts, trade shows, rodeos, and specialty events. Its amenities include a portable in-house stage,Lycian spotlights, a high quality sound system, inhouse ticketing system,luxury dressing rooms,motorcoach parking and RV hookups for overnight guests. Phone: Local: 662-287-7779; Toll-free: 877-987-8687. Box Office Hours: Monday-Friday: 9 AM - 5 PM; Day of event: 9 AM - until end of event. Also east to US highway 72. Liddon Lake. Fishing - home to fish such as Bigmouth Buffalo, Rock Bass, etc. Hillandale Lake.
8.1
13.0
Junction of Old Hwy 455/Camp Warriner Rd., MS
West to the community of Alcorn, MS. East to Waukomis Lake. Fishing.
13.4
21.6
Junction of Mitchell Hill Rd., MS
West to Mitchel Lake. Fishing. East to Epps Lake. Fishing.
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26.9
Junction of Mississippi State Highway 356.
East to the community of Rienzi, Mississippi. Post office. Limited Services.
20.6
33.2
Junction of Co Rd 8050, MS
East to Mississippi state highway 145.
22.0
35.4
Kings Creek, MS
Crossing Kings Creek, MS.
22.7
36.6
Junction of Mississippi State Highway 4
Northwest to Jumpertown, Mississippi.
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37.7
Junction of Mississippi State Highway 4
East access to Bonneville, MS. Northeast Mississippi Community College. Rails and Trails Museum (Downtown Booneville. Thursday - Saturday, 10-4pm).
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48.5
County roadway #7450
County roadway #7450. West access to Boonville Baldwin Airport. South to Mississippi state highways 145 and 30.
31.0
49.9
Junction of Mississippi, route 30.
West to New Albany, Mississippi.
32.9
53.0
Junction of Co Rd 6011, MS
North to Mississippi state highway 30.
33.8
54.4
Town Creek, MS
Crossing Town Creek, MS. A tributary stream of the Tombigbee River.
35.8
57.6
Junction of Mississippi State Highway 370
West to Brices Crossroads National Battlefield Site. Commemorates the June 10, 1864 Battle of Brice's Crossroads, in which the Confederate army, led by Major General Nathan Bedford Forrest defeated a much larger Union force. It is the only National Battlefield Site included in the United States National Park system. Brice's Crossroads Visitor Center. The center's permanent exhibit, 'Forrest's Finest Hour,' tells the story of the battle. The visitors center displays a collection of interesting Civil War artifacts, many from the Brice's Crossroads battlefield. Visitor Center hours: Tuesday-Saturday 9:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m.; Closed Sunday and Monday. Phone: 662-365-3969. East to the city of Baldwyn, MS.
40.1
64.5
Junction of Mississippi State Highway 348
West to the community of Guntown, MS. Limited services. Five County Sportsman Lake.
45.5
73.2
Junction of Mississippi State Highway 145
United States highway 45 crosses over Mississippi state highway 145 at this point. East to the town of Saltillo, MS and Natchez Trace Parkway.
47.5
76.5
Junction of Natchez Trace Parkway
US state highway 45 crosses over Natchez Trace Parkway at this point. Natchez Trace Parkway is a 444-mile drive through exceptional scenery and 10,000 years of North American history. Used by American Indians, 'Kaintucks', settlers, and future presidents, the Old Trace played an important role in American history. Today, visitors can enjoy not only a scenic drive but also hiking, biking, horseback riding, and camping.
49.8
80.1
Junction of Barnes Crossing Rd., MS
West to Mississippi state highway 145 and North to Natchez Trace Parkway.
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82.5
Junction of US State Highway 78
East to Lee County, MS, named for General Robert E. Lee. North to The Mall at Barnes Crossing. West to Natchez Trace Parkway.
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82.9
Yonaba Creek, MS
Crossing Yonaba Creek, MS. Fishing. You will find a variety of fish including redbreast sunfish, bluegill and white bass here.
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84.8
Junction of Mississippi State Highway 178
West to Natchez Trace Parkway, Tupelo Country Club and Tupelo Regional Airport and Mississippi state highway 145. NOTE: US Highway 45 overlaps Mississippi state highway 178 at this point.
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87.3
Junction of US Highway 278, Mississippi State Highway 6 and Mississippi State Highway 178
US highway 278 and Mississippi state highway 6 heads west towards Tupelo, MS, the largest city in Lee County, MS. It was also selected as the site for Toyota's eleventh US automobile manufacturing plant. The city is also known as the birthplace of Elvis Presley. Also west to Tupelo National Battlefield, Magnolia Plaza shopping center, Tupelo Mall, Natchez Trace Parkway and Tupelo Regional Airport. NOTE: Mississippi State Highway 178 leaves US highway 45 at this point and heads east. Elvis Presley Park. South to Tupelo National Fish Hatchery.
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89.9
Junction of W Easton and S Eason Blvd., MS
West to Mississippi state highway 145 and East to Longs Lake, Itawamba Community College, and Mississippi state highway 178.
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92.9
Junction of S Green St., MS
West to Mississippi state highway 145.
58.9
94.8
Junction of County Road 814

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99.1
Junction of Co Rd 520, MS
West to Mississippi state highway 145. East to Mississippi state highway 6.
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103.2
Junction of Mississippi State Highway 145
Community of Shannon, MS, home to Rumors, the gay bar featured in the Kevin Smith/Malcolm Ingram film, Small Town Gay Bar. NOTE: Mississippi state highway 145 and US highways 45 and 278 continues heading east.
68.3
109.9
Junction of Mississippi State Highway 145
East to Nettletown, MS and Mississippi state highway 6.
70.2
113.0
Junction of Mississippi State Highway 145
North to the community of Nettleton, MS and Mississippi state highway 6.
73.3
117.9
Junction of Central Grove Rd., MS
South to US highway 278.
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121.2
Junction of Mississippi State Highway 41 and US Highway 278
West to Okolona City, MS. Jack Gregory, NFL Great and Member, Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame, Tim Bowens, NFL Player for the Miami Dolphins 10 seasons, Milan Williams, keyboardist and composer for the Commodores are Okolona natives. Okolona Muni-Richard Stovall Field Airport. NOTE: US Highway 278 heads east at this point towards Amory City, MS. Mississippi state highway 45 continues going south.
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124.3
Junction of Old Wren Rd/Coontail Rd
Access road to Lake Monroe. Fishing.
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136.0
Cedar Creek, MS
Crossing Cedar Creek, MS.
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137.3
Junction of Egypt Rd., MS
West to the community of Egypt, MS. Limited services.
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137.5
Junction of Mississippi State Highway 145
South to Mississippi state highway 8 and to the community of Aberdeen, MS.
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139.4
Junction of Mississippi State Highway 8
East to Oak Lawn Park, Treas Lake, Cypress Lake Lodge and Aberdeen, MS. Cotton was heavily traded in this town. Today, Aberdeen retains many historic structgures with over 200 buildings on the National Register of Historic Places. In the spring of each year, Aberdeen hosts pilgrimages to its historic antebellum homes. The Aberdeen Lock and Dam is one of four lock and dam structures on the Tenessee-Tombigbee Waterway that general lie along the original course of the Tombigbee River. Also east to Mississippi state highway 145.
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143.6
Junction of Mississippi State Highway 25
Mississippi state highway 25 overlaps US highway 45 at this point heading east.
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144.7
Junction of Mississippi State Highway 8
North to Mississippi state highway 145 and the community of Aberdeen. NOTE: Mississippi state highway 8 leaves State highway 45 and Mississippi state highway 25 at this point.
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147.0
Junction of Mississippi State Highway 145
North to the community of Aberdeen, MS, Aberdeen Lake and Aberdeen Lock and Dam.
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148.1
Tombigbee River, MS
Crossing Tombigbee river, MS. It is a tributary of the Mobile River in the U.S. states of Mississippi and Alabama. The river provides one of the principal routes of commercial navigation in the southern United States.
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148.7
Junction of Old Mississippi 25, MS
North to Aberdeen Lake, MS. Aberdeen Lake was created by the Aberdeen Lock and Dam in Monroe County. Fishing, water skiing and boating. Visitors will also enjoy strolling past beautifully restored antebellum houses on their way to a restaurant in lakeside Aberdeen.
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150.7
Junction of Mississippi State Highways 8 and 25
Mississippi state highway 8 and 25 leaves US highway 45 at this point and heads north. US highway 45 continues heading south.
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150.8
Nichols Creek, MS
Crossing Nichols Creek, MS.
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153.3
Junction of Lackey Rd, MS
East to Glenhaven Roadside Park, MS.
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164.5
Junction of Mississippi State Highway 373
Mississippi state highway 373 heads south towards Columbus Air Force Base. West to the city of West Point, McCharen Field, the community of Tibbee, MS and Barton Ferry Recreation Area. East to the town of Caledonia, MS and Mississippi/Alabama state line.
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170.3
Junction of Barton Ferry Rd, MS
West to Mississippi state highway 373 and Barton Ferry Recreation Area. Fishing, camping, hiking, picnic.
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172.3
Junction of Caledonia-Kolola Springs Rd., MS
East to the town of Caledonia, MS. West to Columbus Air Force Base, MS.
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176.4
Junction of East Gate Road, MS
Entrance to Columbus Air Force Base.
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179.8
Junction of Jess Lyons Rd., MS
West to Mississippi state highway 373.
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182.0
Junction of Mississippi State Highways 50 and 373
Mississippi State highway 50 joins US highway 45 at this point and continues heading south. West to Waverly Mansion, MS. This antebellum mansion is believed to be the place where the first American-made saddle blankets were produced. It is listed on the National Historic Register. Open daily from January through December. Phone: 662-494-1399. Also West to Columbus Lake.
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Junction of N. 18th Ave., MS
East to State highway 82 and Mississippi state highway 12. Leigh Mall Shopping Center. Tennessee Williams' home. An American playwright and author who received many of the top awards for his works.
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188.3
Junction of Mississippi State Highway 50
Mississippi state highway 50 leaves US highway 45 at this point and continues heading south.
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188.7
Junction of US Highway 82 and Mississippi State Highway 12
US highway 82 and Mississippi state highway 12 overlaps US highway 45 at this point.
117.3
188.8
Moore Creek, MS
Crossing Moore Creek, MS. Fishing. You will find a variety of fish including white catfish, drum and sucker here
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189.3
Junction of Main St and State Highway 182, MS
East to Mississippi state highways 69 and 50. Also east to the city of Columbus, MS. The city lies above the Tombigbee River. Stephen D. Lee Home and Museum. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Place and declared a Mississippi landmark. Mississippi University for Women, also known as MUW or simply the 'W.' Columbus Convention and Visitor. The center is dedicated to building a positive image of Columbus through tourism, convention development, major events. Charles McLaran House, a historic mansion declared as a Nationa Historic Landmark. It is also known as 'Riverview.' Propst Park.
119.0
191.5
Tombigbee River, MS
Crossing Tombigbee River, MS. A tributary of the Mobile River, approximately 200 mi (325 km) long, in the U.S. states of Mississippi and Alabama. Fishing.
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192.6
Junction of Old W Point Rd., MS
West to the community of Tibbee, MS. North to John C. Stennis Lock, formerly named Columbus Loc and Dam. It is named for longtime U.S. Senator from the state of Mississippi. South to Mississippi state highway 182.
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194.7
Junction of Mississippi State Highway 12 and US Highway 82
West to Mississipi state highway 25. Oktibbeha Airport. Golden Triangle Regional Airport. NOTE: US highway 45 leaves Mississippi state highway 12 and US highway 82 at this point and continues heading south.
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195.2
Junction of Mississippi State Highway 182
Runs parallel with US highway 82 and Mississippi state highway 12. East to White's Slough, a rare Cypress swamp.
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Motley Slough, MS
Crossing Motley Slough, MS.
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203.3
Gilmer Creek, MS
Crossing Gilmer Creek, MS.
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207.5
North Branch Magowah Creek, MS
Crossing North Branch Magowah Creek, MS. Fishing. Here, you will find a variety of fish including smelt, bluegill and sunfish.
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211.2
Junctioin of Fire Tower Rd., MS
West to the community of Crawford, MS. Limited services. Notable people of crawford - Jerry Rice, NFL great; Clarence Weatherspoon, NBA player and Big Joe Williams, blues singer and guitarist.
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James Creek, MS
Crossing James Creek, MS. Here, fishermen will find a variety of fish including flathead catfish, smallmouth buffalo and pumpkinseed sunfish.
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222.4
Junction of Mississippi State Highway 388
West to the town of Brooksville, MS. East to Bigbee Valley, Gavin Lake and the Mississippi/Alabama state line.
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230.8
Junction of Mississippi State Highway 145
South to the county of Noxubee, MS. Noxubee, is from the Choctaw word nakshobi, is a Native American word meaning to stink. Also south to the city of Macon, MS, along the Noxubee River and Mississippi state highway 14.
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Horse Hunters Creek, MS
Crossing Horse Hunters Creek, MS.
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236.3
Junction of Prairie Point Rd., MS
East to Macon Municipal Airport. Also east to the Mississippi/Alabama state line.
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238.4
Junction of Mississippi State Highway 14
West to Mississippi state highway 145. East to the Mississippi/Alabama state line.
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242.3
Noxubee River, MS
Crossing Noxubee River, MS. Fishing.
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243.2
Junction of Mississippi State Highway 145
North to Mississippi state highway 14, the city of Macon, MS and Noxubee County, MS.
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Dry Creek, MS
Crossing Dry Creek, MS.
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246.4
Macedonia Creek, MS
Crossing Macedonia Creek, MS.
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251.4
Shuqualak Creek, MS
Crossing Shuqualak Creek, MS.
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253.1
Junction of Mississippi State Highway 39
West to the town of Shuqualak, MS. Limited services. Also west to Mississippi state highway 21.
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253.7
Shuqualak Creek, MS
Crossing Shuqualak Creek, MS.
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253.8
Shuqualak Creek, MS
Crossing Shuqualak Creek, MS.
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261.3
Junction of Wahalak Rd., MS
West to the community of Wahalak, meaning "running water" in old Choctaw language. It is best known as the temporary hideout of fugitive Kenny Wagner, who was on the FBI Ten Most Wanted Fugitives list in the 1950's.
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263.3
Sid Creek, MS
Crossing Sid Creek, MS.
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263.3
Wahalak Creek, MS
Crossing Wahalak Creek, MS.
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271.6
Junction of Mississippi State Highway 16
West to the town of Scooba, MS. US Post Office. East Mississippi Community College. Hoppers Lake. Town of De Kalb, MS. East to the Mississippi/Alabama state line.
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273.2
Little Scooba Creek, MS
Crossing Little Scooba Creek, MS.
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275.2
Flat Scooba Creek, MS
Crossing Flat Scooba Creek, MS.
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278.6
Community of Electric Mills, MS
The town is named after the modern, electrically-powered mill, which was one of the first mills to be completely electric-powered. North to the community of Scooba, MS and Mississippi state highway 16.
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280.0
Bodka Creek, MS
Crossing Bodka Creek, MS.
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282.9
Junction of Townsend Rd and Hopewell Hunting Club Rd., MS
West to Mississippi state highway 16. East to the Mississippi/Alabama state line.
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286.9
Sucarnoochee River, MS
Crossing Sucarnoochee River, MS. The river is the largest tributary in the Lower Tombigbee Watershed.
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288.4
Junction of Mississippi State Highway 498
East to the community of Porterville, MS (also known as Maryville, MS). West to Mississippi state highway 39.
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292.8
Pawticfaw Creek, MS
Crossing Pawticfaw Creek, MS. Whether you're baitcasting, net fishing or fly fishing your chances of getting a bite here are good. Home to a variety of fish including redear sunfish, smelt and white perch.
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292.8
Blackwater Creek, MS
Crossing Blackwater Creek, MS.
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305.8
Community of Lauderdale, MS
Home to Naval Air Station Meridian or NAS Meridian. A military airport and is one of the NAvy's two jet strike pilot training bases.
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305.9
Ponta Creek, MS
Crossing Ponta Creek, MS.
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Junction of Old Hwy 45 N, MS
East to the community of Lauderdale, MS. Limited services. South to Dalewood Beach and Dalewood Shore Lake. Fishing and swimming.
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Junction of Chip Pickering Dr and Minnow Bucket Rd., MS
North Naval Air Station, Meridian. Martha Lake and McElroys Lake. Also north to the community of Daleville, MS and Mississippi state highway 39. East to Dalewood Shore Lake. Fishing and swimming.
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Sowashee Creek, MS
Crossing Sowashee Creek, MS.
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Junction of Lockheed Dr and Old Marion Russell Rd., MS
West to Mississippi state highways 39 and 493. Congregation Beth Israel. A reform Jewish congregation and a member of the Union for Reform Judaism. After the leadership of Beth Israel spoke out against the Ku Klux Klan's attacks on black churches, Thomas Tarrants bombed Beth Israel's education building on May 28, 1968. The congregation owns and maintains a historic cemetery at 19th Street and 15th Avenue which was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1989. Harden Park. Broadmoor Mart Shopping Center. Alliance Health Center. East to Nanabe Creek Campgrounds. There's a a lot to do around the campgrounds - golf, swimming, whitewater paddling, and fishing.
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Nanabe Creek, MS
Crossing Nanabe Creek, MS.
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Junction of US Highways 11 and 80 and Mississippi State Highway 7
West to Highland Park Dentzel Carousel and Shelter Building. It has been in operation since 1909 and was declared a National Historic Landmark. It is the only remaining two-row stationary Dentzel menagerie in the world. Original oil paintings of museum quality adorn the top crown of the carousel. The Dentzels have been credited with essentially jump-starting the carousel industry in America. The family's work has been praised for the artistry of its carving and even described as "the finest built." Highland Park. The city of Meridian, MS. In the mid 1800's the city relied heavily on the rails and goods transported to them - the Historic Union Station is now home to several other modes of transportation. East to Nanabe Creek Campgrounds.
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328.7
Junction of Interstate 59 and 20
West to US Highway 80 and 11, Mississippi state highways 39 and 19. East to the Mississippi/Alabama state line. Note: US highway 45 crosses over Interstate 59 and 20 at this point and continues heading south.
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330.4
Junction of Mississippi State Highway 19
West to Mississippi state highway 39, US highways 80 and 11, and Interstate 59 and 20. Bonita Reservoir. Fishing.
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331.6
Bonita Lakes Park, MS
Situated on three lakes, this 3,300-acre park is owned by the city and features picnic facilities, jogging and walking track, paddle boats, fishing, boat ramps, horseback riding, and nature trails. Free admission. Open year round, 7 a.m.-10 p.m. Shelter Rentals: Pavilion $40.00, Island $25.00 w/electricity additional $25.00. Phone: 601-485-1920. Note: US highway 45 goes through Bonita Lakes Park and continues heading south.
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335.7
Junction of Causeyville Rd., MS
West to Mississippi state highways 145 and 19, US highways 80 and 11 and Interstate 20 and 59. Lakemont and Mirror Lakes.
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340.1
Junction of Mississippi State Highway 145
North to Lakemont and Mirror Lakes. Mississippi State highway 19, US highway 11 and 80 and Interstate 59 and 20. Note: US highway 45 crosses Mississippi state highway 145 at this point and continues heading south. Mississippi state highway 145 runs parallel with US highway 45.
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342.7
Junction of Mississippi State Highway 145
US highway crosses Mississippi state highway 145 again at this point.
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344.0
Junction of Springhill Rd., MS
West to Mississippi state highway 145.
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347.5
Junction of S Anderson Rd., MS
North to Mississippi State highway 145.
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349.0
Junction of Luther Walker Rd., MS
West to Mississippi state highway 145.
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350.5
Junction of Mississippi State Highway 145
Mississippi state highway 145 crosses over US highway 45 at this point and continues going south, parallel with US highway 45. South to Briar Patch Lake.
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354.3
Junction of Mississippi State Highway 514
West to the city of Enterprise, MS. Here, you'll find the Judge John L. Buckley House and the Riverside Plantition. Both are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. East to the town of Middleton, MS. A town that grew from a mere trading post beside an Indian trail in 1834 to become "The Athens of Mississippi" a few years later. Today, few travelers know they are driving along the main street of a city of the past. Not even a "historical" marker preserves the memory of Middleton.
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357.1
Rolling Creek, MS
Crossing Rolling Creek, MS. Fishermen will find a variety of fish including smelt, largemouth bass and redbreast sunfish here.
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Rolling Creek, MS
Crossing Rolling Creek, MS.
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363.5
Junction of Mississippi State Highway 145
East to Ivy Lake. You will find a variety of fish including sturgeon, sockeye salmon and bluegill. Clarkco State Park. Offers camping, cabin rentals, and water sports in a convenient yet unspoiled location, providing the perfect retreat for an afternoon or weekend getaway. Phone: 601-776-6651. Reservations: 800-467-2757
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364.0
Moore Mill Creek, MS
Crossing Moore Mill Creek, MS.
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368.9
Junction of Mississippi State Highway 18
East to the city of Quitman, MS. CNN News Achor Anderson Coopper's father, the writer Wyatt Emory Cooper, was born here. This is also the hometown of San Antonio Spurs' Antonio McDyess. Quitman Recreational Complex. Mississippi state highway 145, 512 and 511.
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371.1
Junction of Mississippi State Highway 511
West to the community of Clarke, MS., the city of Quitman, MS. Archusa Creek Water Park. The lake is a fisherman's paradise with large quantities of bass, catfish, perch and bream. The whole family can also enjoy camping, boating, swimming, water skiing and picnicking. The picnic areas are equipped with barbecue grills and family-size picnic tables. You can also reserve a private pavilion or lodge hall. Archusa has four cabins for weekend outings or vacationing, and motor home hookups and aluminum boat rentals are available. Each year, in the fall, the park hosts its annual Forestry and Wildlife Festival. Other activities include a Dixie Youth baseball field, a disc (frisbee) golf course, a playground for the children, and a one-half mile nature trail for nature lovers.
231.0
371.8
Cedar Creek, MS
Crossing Cedar Creek, MS.
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379.2
Junction of Mississippi State Highway 145
South to the community of De Soto, MS. It has four places listed on the National Register of Historic Places: C. V. Akin House, Carmichael House, Cook-Sellers House and Covington House. North to Mississippi state highway 18. Note: US highway 45 crosses Mississippi state highway 145.
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381.4
Black Creek, MS
Crossing Black Creek, MS. Canoeing, Camping, Swimming, Kayaking, Fishing, Hiking.
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382.0
Junction of Mississippi State Highway 145
North to the community of De Soto, MS. Note: Mississippi state highway 145 overlaps US highway 45 at this point.
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390.7
Junction of Mississippi State Highway 145
South to the town of Shubuta, MS. Shubuta residents made history when their residential neighborhood was designated an historic district. Six houses within Shubuta are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Note: Mississippi state higway 145 leaves US highway 45 at this point and continues heading south, parallel with US highway 45.
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398.2
Junction of Mississippi State Highway 145
Mississippi state highway 145 meets up with US highway 45 at this point.
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400.8
Dicks Creek, MS
Crossing Dicks Creek, MS.
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401.9
Carson Sand Creek, MS
Crossing Carson Sand Creek, MS.
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408.0
Hortons Mill Creek, MS
Crossing Hortons Mill Creek, MS.
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410.4
Junction of Mississippi State Highway 145
South to US highway 84 and the city of Waynesboro, MS. Wayne County Dixie Baseball Complex.
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412.8
Junction of US Highway 84
West to Maynor Creek Water Park. Camping, boating, swimming, water skiing and picnicking. The park has three cabins and two bungalows for rental as well as aluminum boat rentals and family picnic pavilions. CAMPSITE RESERVATIONS & INFORMATION: 601-735-4365; CABIN RESERVATIONS & INFORMATION: 800-748-9403.
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413.9
Junction of Jones Central Rd., MS
South to the city of Waynesboro, MS, Mississippi state highways 63 and 145.
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416.1
Junction of Dyess Bridge Rd., MS
West to the city of Waynesboro, MS. Wayne County Dixie Baseball Complex. Wayne General Hospital. Mississippi state highways 145 and 63. East to Wayneboro Lake, MS. Fishing.
259.0
416.8
Patton Creek, MS
Crossing Patton Creek, MS.
260.6
419.4
Langs Creek, MS
Crossing Langs Creek, MS.
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422.0
Junction of Mississippi State Highway 145
North to the city of Waynesboro, MS. Note: Mississippi state highway 145 rejoins US highway 45 at this point.
263.0
423.3
Meadows Mill Creek, MS
Crossing Meadows Mill Creek, MS.
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434.3
Junction of Buckatunna Chicora Clara Rd., MS
Community of Buckatunna, MS. US Post Office. Limited services.
275.5
443.4
Junction of Eret Rd., MS
Community of Eret, MS. Limited services.
275.6
443.5
Savannah Branch, MS
Crossing Savannah Branch, MS. You will find a variety of fish including largemouth bass, smallmouth buffalo and sunfish here.
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446.6
Junction of Mississippi State Highways 42 and 56
West to Mississippi state highway 57. The town of State Line, MS. US post office. Limited services. East to the Mississippi/Alabama state line.
278.3
447.8
Junction of St Peter St., MS
West to Mississippi state highways 57 and 42.
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448.4
Mississippi/Alabama State Line
US highway 45 crosses over the Mississippi/Alabama state line at this point and continues heading south into the state of Alabama. Start/Finish of Free Road Map RV Highway Guide - cc/2010e