Blue Bluff Campground and Recreation Area, on the Aberdeen Lake section of the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway in Mississippi, is one of the most scenic recreation areas on the waterway.
The area is located just north of Aberdeen and boasts both a campground and day-use area. Thousands of outdoor enthusiasts visit the area each year for picnicking, fishing and swimming.
Families can swim at the facility’s beach, play on the multi-use court and walk along the wooded waterfront.
Anglers can try their luck on the accessible fishing dock or go off-shore in search of bass, walleye, crappie, catfish and sunfish.
Additionally, hunters can seek out a diverse range of high quality habitats for upland game and waterfowl species at designated hunting areas along the waterway.
The campground offers 92 campsites with electric and water hookups, picnic tables, fire rings with grills, pedestal grills and lantern posts, making it perfect for parties and family functions.
The facility is mostly shaded and has many scenic views of the waterway. Picnic areas and a beach are nearby.
Blue Bluff is named for the beautiful clay and limestone cliffs that border the park on the eastern side. The bluff rises 80 feet above the water and provides a lofty view of Aberdeen Lake and the nearby lock and dam.
The waterway extends 234 miles from the Tennessee River to the junction of the Tombigbee River in Alabama and connects the nation’s midsection of commercial water transportation with the Gulf of Mexico.
A tour can be schedule at the Aberdeen Lock and Dam next door, which provides an opportunity to watch barges and other recreational boats go through the lock on the waterway. The town of Aberdeen, just from minutes from the campground, has various amenities, tours and events.
Tupelo, Mississippi, known as the birthplace of Elvis Presley, is a 45-minute drive north.From Highway 45 in Aberdeen. Mississippi, travel to the intersection of Commerce and Meridian Streets in the downtown area. From Commerce turn north on Meridian and cross a railroad track and a bridge. The recreation area is the first right turn after the bridge.662-369-2832