Play in Corinth MS

No matter what you’re looking for – culture, history, or just a bit of fun – Corinth has something to offer you! From national parks facilities, musical theatre, and drama, to fitness centers, walking tours, and axe throwing…we’ll keep you from boredom!


409 North Fillmore Street

Phone: 662-205-6141

Whether you want to channel your inner lumber jack or just try out a fun and competitive hobby, axe throwing is a fun and unique sport that’s taking North America by storm. Axe throwing is easy to learn (kinda like throwing darts, but with axes!), and everything is designed with your fun and safety in mind. It’s a perfect way to celebrate a special occasion, organize a team building event or simply have a great time with family & friends! We have professional instructors to teach and facilitate your experience with us the entire time you’re here. Watch out – guys and girls alike, once you stick your first throw, you’ll be hooked! Share this: Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn Email


501 West Linden Street, Corinth, MS 38834

Phone: (662) 287-9273

For six months in 1862, Corinth, a critical railroad junction and second only to Richmond in military importance, captured the full attention of a divided nation. Today, one of the National Park Service’s newest visitor’s centers interprets the key role of Corinth in the Western Theatre of the American Civil War. The 15,000 square foot facility features interactive exhibits and a multimedia presentation of the Battle of Shiloh and the Battle of Corinth. The center stands near the site of Battery Robinett, a Federal fortification where some of the bloodiest fighting of the Battle of Corinth took place. An obelisk stands in tribute to Colonel William P. Rogers of the 2nd Texas Infantry, who showed great bravery attempting to climb the walls of the Battery to claim it for the Confederacy. Four unknown Confederate soldiers are also buried at the site. Visitors reach the center by ascending a walkway strewn with bronze replicas reflecting the aftermath of battle. At the building’s entrance, visitors pass six bronze Civil War soldiers marching into the center at doublequick. On the grounds, full scale reproductions of earthworks explain the importance of field fortifications. An extensive courtyard exhibit is home to a water feature commemorating 200 years of American history. The center also houses a 75 seat auditorium, public research library and a gift shop/bookstore. Share this: Facebook Twitter Pinterest


404 Taylor Street

Phone: 404 Taylor Street

Corinth Coliseum Civic Center The Coliseum hosts a variety of musical and entertainment events throughout the year including the Corinth Symphony Orchestra. A major player in the arts community in Corinth, the group promotes a wide variety of orchestral and ensemble music through five concerts held each year. Share this: Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn Email


303 Fulton Drive

Phone: (662) 287-2995

Corinth Theatre-Arts is the longest continuously operated theater in North Mississippi. CT-A is an artistic outlet for all ages, and has brought the fun and excitement of the performing arts to the Crossroads area for 50 years. Most CT-A performances are held in the Crossroads Playhouse at 303 South Fulton Drive. Share this: Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn Email


221 N Fillmore St, Corinth, MS 38834

Phone: (662) 287-3120

Given Corinth’s moniker as the “Crossroads of the South,” it’s appropriate that the city is home to a museum celebrating its history with railroads. But the Crossroads Museum in Corinth expands beyond just the famous railroad tracks that made it one of the most important locations in the Civil War and touches on the broader cultural impact in which the city has played a role. At this museum, you’ll be able to find over a dozen exhibits that cover famous people from the area, local delicacies, how railroads operated back when they were the major source of transportation in America, and much more. Going Way Back The in-depth coverage of what made Corinth the city it is today goes back to how the geography of the area was formed. The first exhibit in the museum covers the prehistory and geology of the area so visitors can better understand how the natural landmarks shaped the city’s formation. It also includes artifacts from the Chickasaw Tribe, who were some of the first people to settle on the land. Life on the Rails Of course, a large part of the Crossroads Museum is dedicated to the influence that the two intersecting rail


309 South Parkway

Phone: (662) 286-3067

Following a recent $4.8 million expansion, the city park offers 1-mile paved calibrated walking/jogging trail, a mega playground, covered picnic pavilions, eight lighted tennis courts, three international size soccer fields (can be utilized by multiple age groups), football fields, 10 baseball/softball fields and 9-hole disc golf course. Share this: Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn Email


1102 South Johns Street

Phone: (662) 286-3067

This park covers seven acres and includes a 1/3 mile walking/jogging trail, basketball courts, a baseball/softball field, a playground and a picnic pavilion. Share this: Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn Email


1502 Highway 72 East

Phone: (662) 603-2866

Fit Force is a 24-hour, ladies only fitness center and gym. Share this: Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn Email


607 South Fulton Road

Phone: (662) 279-4106

A 24/7 gym with top of line fitness equipment. The gym offers offers daycare. Share this: Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn Email


13 Oakland School Road

Phone: (662) 665-2115

Hillandale is a pay as you play 18-hole public golf course. Share this: Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn Email


2505 South Harper Road

Phone: (662) 284-0934

This state-of-the-art movie theatre features 10 screens, Dolby Digital Sound, stadium seating and first-run movies. Share this: Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn Email


2001 East Shiloh Road

Phone: (662) 286-8105

Plaza Lanes features bowling, shoe rental, billiards, air hockey, arcade games and restaurant. Share this: Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn Email


506C Cruise Street

Phone: (662) 293-0199

Guests will breathe a sigh of relief as they pass through the doors of this unique yoga studio. Share this: Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn Email


3303 Shiloh Ridge Road

Phone: (662) 286-8000

The athletic club is also a full-service health club. Activities include, tennis, swimming, aerobic classes and golf. The 18-hole golf course at Shiloh Ridge is a semi-private course, measuring 6,736 yards from the longest tees. Share this: Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn Email


2031 East Third Street

Phone: (662) 808-4386

Skateworld features rollerskating, rollerblading, arcade games, pool tables, concessions, good music, flat screen TVs and free WiFi. Share this: Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn Email


201 North Cass Street

Phone: (662) 287-0102

A local Family Entertainment Center offering pizza, arcade games, jumpers and black light golf. Share this: Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn Email


622 Wick Street

Phone: (662) 643-3080

A year-round theatre camp for children and young adults, Journey McCalister teaches self confidence by learning and enhancing theatrical and performing knowledge. Share this: Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn Email


Cruise and Jackson streets

Phone: (662) 287-8300

This Civil War Corinth National Historic Landmark site offers hiking and biking trail in the heart of downtown. It also provides a amazing views of the Historic Crossroads and Corinth Depot. Share this: Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn Email


953 Highway 2, Kossuth

Phone: (662) 286-6151

This nine-hole course features 2,782 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 35. The course rating is 70.0 and has a slope rating of 113. Share this: Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn Email


3151 Virginia Lane

Phone: (662) 286-0060

This exclusive 24-hour gym offers personal training, group fitness classes, state-of-the-art fitness equipment and a smoothie bar. Share this: Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn Email
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