Tucked northwest of Sardis Lake just above John W. Kyle State Park, Mallard Pointe Golf Course showcases undulating bermuda-grass fairways that offer sweeping views of the area's towering trees. Designed by Bob Cupp, the course’s layout challenges players with back-to-back par 5s on the lengthy 6th and 7th holes, as well as on the 10th and 16th holes, requiring players to break at least once for s’mores while trekking from tee to green. Before hitting the fairways, swingers can take advantage of an extensive practice area consisting of a 350-yard driving range with six target greens and 100 hitting stations, a 10-acre grass-tee area, and a practice fairway bunker.
Course at a Glance: * 18-hole, par-72 course * Length of 7,004 yards * Course rating of 73.8 * Slope rating of 131 * Four tee options * Scorecard
Few things have shaped America's history more than the railroads, so it's appropriate that a museum now resides at the historic crossroads where the Memphis & Charleston and the Mobile & Ohio railroads meet. Back in the 1860s, those railroads gave Corinth a strategic significance that made it a transportation hub during the Civil War. Today, they serve as the framing device for The Crossroads Museum, which is home to countless artifacts that help illustrate Northern Mississippi's colorful history.
The museum?s collection is nothing if not eclectic. Here, you'll find everything from Native American fossils to baseball memorabilia that honors famed ballplayer Don Blasingame, who was born and raised in Corinth. The museum also houses the legendary Dilworth?s Hot Tamales Cart.
At Funquest, families, couples, leagues, and revelers enjoying a night on the town entertain themselves with hours of bowling on 32 lanes. After hurling bowling balls at rows of awaiting pins, guests regale each other with their bowling exploits over beers at the 11th Frame Bar and Grill, or over burgers and pizza at the snack bar.
GymStars' enthusiastic, experienced staff of coaches and trainers helps buff bodies to build muscle, tone tummies, and garner grace within a safe and clean facility. Kids' gymnastics classes teach little tumblers full-body bendiness so they can pursue careers as milkshake straws and pipe cleaners.
What makes your business stand out?
The Zombie Paintball Hayride! While we certainly have the Haunted Woods to scare the heeby jeebies out of everyone, our most popular and newest attraction is the Zombie Paintball Hayride. Because the guns are fixed to the trailers we can entertain all ages. We recently had a 3-year-old help us test it out while riding in grandpa's lap. Patrons ride through the haunted woods of Burtons Sugar Farms and the old farm house from 1893.
What inspired you to start this business?
Are you kidding me? We shoot paintball guns at live zombies! That's why!
What’s your favorite part about your job?
Scaring people and helping families have a great night out. We don't do anything satanic and demonic. We are a family friendly environment and are always about having a good time.
Handicap Accessible: No
Staff Size: 25–50
Parking: Parking lot
Reservations/Appointments: Not offered
Most popular offering: Zombie Paintball Hayride
Pro Tip: Arrive early. The lines get long as everyone loves shooting zombies!
A thick wall of trees surrounds the outdoor riding area of Shady Creek Farm, the green foliage dark against the vibrant blue of the sky. Students of all ages bounce into view as they captain their gentle steeds around the ring, guided by instructors who look on and call out encouragement. Indoor riding facilities shelter riders during colder months.