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Mississippi United States #49E Highway Guide

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0.0
0.0
Junction of US Highway 49
US highway 49 ends at this poing and US highway 49E starts and heads north.
1.3
2.1
Bridge Crossing
Piney Creek, MS.
8.3
13.3
Junction of Eden Main St/Eden Midway Rd, MS
West to the village of Eden, MS. Limited services. South to the community of Pierce Crossroad, MS. Mississippi state highway 433.
12.1
19.5
Junction of Hillside Levee Rd, MS
North to Hillside National Wildlife Refuge, a 15,572-acre refuge. It is an oasis of wildlife habitat surrounded by agriculture. The refuge was established to provide important stop-over and nesting habitat for over 200 species of neotropical migratory birds.
12.2
19.7
Junction of Bee Lake Rd, MS
Access road to Bee Lake, MS. Fishing, boating, campgrounds and lakeside properties.
15.0
24.2
Junction of Thorton Tolarsville Rd, MS
The community of Thornton, MS. Limited services. East to the community of Tolarville, MS. Limited services.
15.4
24.8
Junction of Bee Lake Rd, MS
Access road to Bee Lake, MS. Fishing, boating, camping.
17.7
28.5
Junction of Mississippi State Highway 12
North to the community of Marcella, MS. Limited services. Deadman Lake. Note: Mississippi state highway 12 joins US highway 49E at this point and continues heading east.
24.7
39.8
Junction of Martin Luther King Dr, MS
The town of Tchula, MS. Note: Mississippi state highway 12 leaves US highway 49E at this point and heads south while US highway 49E heads north.
24.9
40.1
Junction of E Main St., MS
North to Horseshoe Lake. Fishing.
27.4
44.1
Junction of Co Rd 14, MS
East to the community of Ituma, MS. Limited services.
29.0
46.7
Junction of Co Rd 218, MS
Morgan Brake National Wildlife Refuge. North to Horseshoe Lake, MS. Fishing. It includes a unique mile of north-facing loess bluffs on the east side of the refuge, in addition to the typical bottomland habitats of the Mississippi Delta. The refuge is known for large numbers of wintering waterfowl. Fishing is permitted in refuge water north of Providence Road all year except during the muzzleloader deer hunt. Dollar Lake.
33.0
53.1
Junction of Ollie Rd, MS
Access road to Pinchback Lake, MS. Fishing.
34.9
56.2
Junction of Holly Grove-Meeks Rd, MS
The town of Cruger, MS. Limited services. West to Gill Lake. East to Mississippi state highway 17. The community of Acona, MS. Limited services.
35.9
57.8
Junction of Egypt Rd, MS
West to the community of Egypt, MS. Limited services.
36.4
58.6
Bridge Crossing
Aibacha Creek Diversion Canal, MS.
39.9
64.2
Bridge Crossing
Catfish Bayou, MS
41.5
66.8
Junction of Front St/Co Rd 557, MS
West to the town of Sidon, MS. US post office.
41.6
67.0
Junction of Co Rd 247, MS
North to Durden Lake, MS.
45.1
72.5
Junction of Co Rd 512, MS
The community of Rising Sun, MS. Limited services. East to Mississippi state highway 430. Swan Lake.
48.3
77.8
Bridge Crossing
Craig Canal, MS.
48.7
78.4
Junction of Mississippi State Highway 7 and US Highway 82
East to Mississippi state highway 430. Greenwood Country Club. An 18- hole regulation length course. Phone: (662) 453-3414. Cottonlandia Museum. A combination of Mississippi artwork with local, military and agricultural history and a large collection of Native American artifacts can be found here. Phone: (662) 453-0925; Hours: Mon.-Fri. 9am-5pm, Sat., Sun. 2pm-5pm. Eastgate Shopping Center. North to The Greenwood Amtrak station. The city of Greenwood, MS. West to Whittington Park. Note: Mississippi state highway 49E joins Mississippi state highway 7 and US highway 82 at this point and heads west.
50.9
81.9
Bridge Crossing
The Tallahatchie River, MS. A Choctaw name meaning "rock of waters." Tthe river has historical significance due to the murder of Emmett Till, an African American youth who was beaten, shot, and sunk in the river by a cotton gin fan tied around his neck by barbed wire.
51.4
82.7
Junction of W Park Ave, MS
East to Wagner Park, Greenwood Mall Shopping Center, Highland Shopping Center.
53.3
85.7
Bridge Crossing
Tallahatchie River, MS
53.4
85.9
Junction of US Highway 82 and Mississippi State Highway 7
West to Florewood River Plantation State Park, MS. Here, you will find a full-scale replica of an 1850's working cotton plantation. It also features costumed interpreters describing 19th-century life as well as historic trades and crafts. Phone: 662-455-3821. Leflore Country Club, a 9-hole golf course. It opened in 1996. Phone: (662) 453-2971. Mississippi Valley State University. Rice-Totten Field, a 10,000 seat multi-purpose stadium. It is named after former MVSU football players, Willie Totten and Jerry Rice. Note: US highway 49E leaves Mississippi state highway 7 and US highway 82 at this point and head north.
59.0
95.0
Junction of Co Rd 516/Bledsoe Rd, MS
The community of Shellmound, MS. Limited services.
61.8
99.4
Junction of Mississippi State Highway 442
West to the town of Schlater, MS. Limited services. McNutt Lake. Mississippi state highway 3 and US highway 49W. The town of Doddsville, MS.
62.1
99.9
Junction of Moores Lake Rd, MS
Access road to Moore Lake, MS
65.6
105.5
Junction of Sunny Side Rd/Highland Dale Rd, MS
East to the community of Sunnyside, MS. Limited services. South to the community of Highlandale, MS. Limited services.
69.0
111.0
Junction of Mississippi State Highway 8
East to the community of Minter City, MS. Originally named Walnut Grove, but since there was another town named Walnut Grove, the name was changed to Minter. A small part of the downtown still exists. The community of Philipp, MS. Limited services. West to the city of Ruleville, MS. Home to the Annual Ruleville Fall Roast. The activities include local and regional musicians, a BBQ contest, a hog calling contest, fireworks show, and many vendors and craftsmen. Area attractions include the following: Mississippi Blues Trail, Dockery Plantation, John Wayne Museum, Ole Place Bed and Breakfast, etc.
69.5
111.9
Junction of Co Rd 11, MS
East to the city of Minter, MS. Originally named Walnut Grove, but since there was another town already named Walnut Grove, the name was changed to Minter.
69.8
112.3
Junction of Old Hwy 8/Co Rd 526, MS
East to the city of Minter, MS. Formerly named Walnut Grove, but was changed because there was another town named Walnut Grove. A small part of the downtown area still exists today.
74.3
119.5
Bridge Crossing
Black Bayou, MS
75.0
120.7
Junction of Sturdivant Rd/Black Bayou Rd, MS
Access road to Black Bayou, MS. East to the village of Glendora, MS. It used to be a small sawmill site. Limited services. Bonnet Lake.
75.9
122.1
Junction of Lowe Rd, MS
East to Swan Lake Rd, access road to Swan Lake and the community of Swan Lake, MS. US post office.
83.0
133.6
Junction of Mississippi State Highway 32
South to Blue Lake, MS. Mississippi state highway 3 and US highway 49W. Note: Mississippi state highway 32 joins US highway 49E at this point and heads north.
83.8
134.8
Junction of Mississippi State Highway 32
East to the town of Webb, MS. The town was named after Judge James L.A. Webb, a Confederate veteran and an alumnus of the University of North Carolina, who operated the only store there. Later the Hood Masonic Lodge was built. There was one saloon at that time called 'The Razzle Dazzle'. Note: Mississippi state highway 32 leaves US highway 49E at this point and heads East while US highway 49E continues heading north.
86.3
138.8
Junction of Sumner Spur, MS
East to the town of Sumner, MS. It used to be a heavily wooded swamp that was part of the Choctaw Nation before being settled by many families, including the Sumners. Named after its founder and first mayor, Joseph Burton Sumner. The Mississippi Department of Archives and History designated the Sumner Courthouse as a state landmark. Mississippi state highway 321.
87.7
141.2
Bridge Crossing
Lower Quiver River, MS.
88.5
142.4
Bridge Crossing
Upper Quiver River, MS.
90.2
145.1
Junction of Mississippi State Highway 3
North to the town of Tutwiler, MS. The town was founded and named for Tom Tutwiler, a civil engineer for a local railroad. It was also the childhood home of seminal Memphis bluesman Frank Stokes. Note: US highway 49E ends here. US highway 49 begins and joins Mississippi state highway 3 at this point and heads north. Start/Finish of Free RV Road Map Highway Travel Guide. cc/2011-e