George P. Cossar State Park
WELCOME to George
P. Cossar State Park
P. Cossar State Park is a state park in the U.S. state of
Mississippi. It is located east of Oakland off Mississippi Highway 32.
It sits on the shores of Enid Lake.
The park is named for George Payne Cossar, Sr.,
a prominent Mississippi attorney in the 20th century.
Activities include hiking, camping, golfing,
swimming, hunting, and fishing�the world record crappie was caught
in Enid Lake. Most of the land around the lake and in nearby Holly
Springs National Forest is open for hunting.
Situated on the shores of Enid Lake, George
Payne Cossar State Park is a sportsman's paradise. Most of the land
around the lake and in nearby Holly Springs National Forest is open
for public hunting, and is abundant in variety of game. Hunters are
not the only sportsmen who will find their quarry in the area.
world record crappie, weighing in at over five pounds, was pulled from
the waters of Enid Lake. These excellent hunting and fishing
opportunities, combined with a variety of recreational opportunities
and scenic natural beauty, make George Payne Cossar State Park the
perfect family vacation spot.
A spacious shaded area overlooking Enid Lake and
featuring tables and grills is available for picnicking. Two large
picnic pavilions are available by reservation, providing the perfect
spot for a family reunion, company picnic, or church or school outing.
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