Parks and Recreation
Flint Creek Waterpark
Flint Creek Water Park , located in Wiggins, Mississippi, is part of the Pat Harrison Waterway District, which is a Mississippi State Agency providing outdoor recreation and management of the Pascagoula River Basin.  The purpose of the nine water parks located in southeast and east-central Mississippi is to provide flood control, water management, and recreation. The 600-acre (240-hectare) Flint Creek Reservoir is created by an earthen dam impounding the headwaters of Flint Creek, which flows south into Red Creek,  a tributary of the Pascagoula River.
The 1,900 acre (770 hectare) Flint Creek Water Park provides a wide assortment of outdoor recreational opportunities, most focusing on water sports.  The lake is well stocked with southern favorites: largemouth bass, bluegill, crappie, and catfish. The swimming area, which is seasonally open, features several water slides suitable for either children or adults. A nature trail provides visitors with an opportunity to enjoy outdoor scenery, plants, and wildlife. There are several options for over-night visitors—127 Class A campsites, 40 primitive campsites, 131 RV hookups, and 40 rental cabins.  A picnic area with tables and barbecue pits is also available for day use.
Two annual events are very popular with both visitors and the local community. A fire-works display celebrates the Fourth of July, and a haunted forest is offered the Saturday before Halloween.
The Flint Creek Water Park is about 2 miles (3 kilometers) away from the Wiggins business district (via Highway 29), which provides a full complement of basic services.  The Water Park is about 35 miles (56 kilometers) from the popular Mississippi Gulf Coast with access provided by U.S. Route 49.
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