Spend the morning on land, or water
Spend the morning at the 190-acre Plymouth Bluff Environmental Center, where the history runs as deep as the bluff rises high. The 60-70 foot high bluff offers dramatic views of the old Tombigbee River Channel in a gorgeous setting. Four miles of nature trails wind through a variety of natural areas ranging from floodplain forest to upland mixed hardwoods, and are ideal for hiking or simply enjoying outdoors that are truly great.
At the nearly 9,000-acre Columbus Lake on the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway, the waters are stocked with plentiful bass that have drawn anglers from across America both for national tournaments and just-for-fun fishing days in the sun—of which there are a multitude here in the heart of the Deep South.