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Touring: Yalobusha River, Grenada

yalobusha Touring: USA, Grenada, Mississippi-Yalobusha River

What's it like

The Yalobusha River is an easy flowing natural river. The water level and flow are controlled by the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers through the Grenada Lake. Spring and Summer will be the best times for the river to have current. In winter the river is pretty still.


How to get there

Take the I-55 Grenada, MS exit 206. Go east on MS HWY 8. Turn left at the second traffic light on to South St. Take South St. about a mile and a half to Main St. Turn Left (west) on to Main street. Take Main Street about a mile untill you come the Yalobusha river bridge. The boat ramp and parking area is on the right after you go over the bridge.

More info

For water level information contact the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers +1 662-226-5911

Nearest weather station (°F):



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