Carthage in United States, from Nouth America region, is best know for Golf Courses. Discover best things to do in Carthage with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
Restaurants in Carthage
4.5 based on 61 reviews
Golf Courses feature two challenging course, The Azaleas (bentgrass greens) and The Oaks (Champion Bermuda greens), which roll out over 14,000 yards of breath-taking design presenting unique and challenging rounds of golf for players of all skill levels. Multi story clubhouse features golf shop, restaurant, locker rooms and 8 lavish King Suites with whirlpool, veranda and private golf cart for resort use. Top 100 Courses you can play (#32) by Golf Magazine, Top 100 Public Courses in America (#91) by Golf Magazine and top rated resort golf courses in America by GolfWeek Magazine.
The pro shop personnel did a great job with our golf package. I can't say so much for the course. The sand traps were not in good shape and the greens were unpredictable. The golf courses had a beautiful layout but they did not appear to have been maintained as well now as it the past. Maybe it was early in the season or the large amount of rain, but it's not as beautiful as the pictures. I would play here again but would wait a little later in the year.
2.5 based on 11 reviews
We visited Oprah Winfrey road on our trip from New Orleans to Clarksdale. It was a bit out of our way but I am glad we did it. It feels good to have been to this quiet town in Mississippi and to know that someone like Oprah started her life here. It is proof that dreams can come true and you can achieve big things if you set your mind to it. Oprah is one of the most powerful women in the world and I am glad we made the detour to Kosciusko.
4.5 based on 63 reviews
Old General store - horse tack, plants, groceries, clothes, shoes, boots, bacon sliced at your request - amazing!!
4 based on 12 reviews
A lot of history, as well as a very good state park to visit. It once served the Civilian Conservation Corp as it was being buitl, was a Boy Scouts of America Camp for years and now is a state park. A good many young men have passed through this park in future years and now visit it as adults.
4 based on 19 reviews
We previously staying in the motel at this campground and was very dissatisfied. We have gone to this park several different times my family has property near this park so it's convenient for us. The campground itself is beautiful very well maintained and manicured in fact someone was using a blower in the whole campground to clean the streets of trash. Campsites are spaced out perfectly not too close to each other. We had a little problem with ants but we treated them and after it was not a problem. Water slide was open and had people using it. Staff was very friendly to check us in. Overall we enjoyed our stay and will be back in the future in our camper!!
4 based on 54 reviews
This is our second stay at this resort and it has been updated. My focus here is on the bat the beach club of geyser falls. We were at the bar and found that the bartender, Shalane was a blast. Prompt, courtesteous service. She was very friendly and had created her own drink called the Blue Firewater. It was good despite the 4 shots of clear liquor combined. We had a good conversation about the sociology of the native peoples and the relation to the others I the area. Would absutelu recommend this restaurant and bar to everyone. Family friendly though they do allow smoking at the bar. Enjoy
4 based on 20 reviews
Great fun, you bet, you win, lose some but get free rooms, free drinks sometimes free food. Great rooms, have great swimming area for the family.close to great sites, Indian Museum, have Indian Fair in July everyone needs to visit during Choctaw Indian Fair, Great Fun.
3 based on 139 reviews
Native American casino offers round-the-clock gaming featuring 3,100 slots and 100 table games.
Had a great time!!! Great place to relax and enjoy yourself. Had a great meal and enjoyed the music. A must place to visit.
3.5 based on 101 reviews
Pearl River is not my idea of what a Casino should be as the staff was lifeless and uncaring in providing service. I will not be going back to Pearl River. We had over 50 people in our group and was not offered any comps and when we got rained out on the golf course after paying $75 for the round no comp was offered. Poor way to treat a large group.
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