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Attractions of Ripley
Peoples Bank SportsPlex
Located on Smith Park Drive off MS Hwy 4 W, the newly constructed family sports facility has 6 baseball softball fields and 2 soccer fields. The facility also boasts a 1 mile Walking Trail, Picnic Pavilion and Playground.
istoric Court Square
Located at the heart of our Old Town and National Register Historic District is the Ripley Courthouse Square. The junction of Main, Spring, Commerce, and Jefferson Streets, affectionately known as "The Square" is the site for many downtown festivals and events. See you on The Square!
First Monday Trade Days and Flea Market is Mississippi's largest and one of the USA's oldest known organized flea markets.
The Flea Market is on the Saturday and Sunday before the first Monday of each month on the calendar.
Tippah County Historical Museum
The Tippah County Historical Museum located at 106 N. Siddell St. is full of historical data about the county, its past, and the many noted figures and events that have helped shape our storied past and molded our future. Tippah County is proud of its rich southern heritage and tradition and has put on display many of its most important artifacts that tells the story of what has made our community a unique place to live, work, and play.
Tippah County Lake is a 145 acre lake located in Tippah County, 2 1/2 mi. N of Ripley on Hwy 15, 2 1/2 mi. W to Lake.
The lake is stocked with Largemouth Bass, Crappie, Bluegill, Redear, and Channel Catfish.
There are 3 main cemeteries in Ripley and several more in surrounding areas. The main City Cemetery is located behind Pizza Hut, and is home to the prominent and famed statue of Col. William C. Falkner, great-grandfather of Nobel Laureate William Faulkner.