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The J. P. Coleman State Park is a state park and recreation area in Iuka, Mississippi. It is named after and in honor of James P. Coleman, a former Mississippi governor.

Perched on a bluff that overlooks the Tennessee River, the J. P. Coleman State Park is known for the water recreation opportunities that it has to offer. Visitors can enjoy boating, sailing, fishing, water skiing, canoeing, and jet skiing at the Pickwick Lake. Folks can also have a great time camping at swimming at the park. Lodging is also available with its 20 cabins, three townhouses, and 16 motel rooms. There?s also a miniature golf course that is seasonally open and available to groups through reservation all year long.
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