More than 400 acres of the 650-acre development are set aside as common areas and maintained as a natural preserve of pristine lakes, forests, wetlands and trails. Owners are able to explore the preserve on their doorstep, partaking in activities such as boating, fishing, hiking, biking or just kicking back and relaxing.
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Splinter Creek is a sanctuary for like-minded individuals and families who cherish meaningful experiences, and who long to preserve and enjoy all that nature has to offer. A dramatic overlook of a sparkling lake, a panoramic view of swaying marsh grasses, a sweeping vista of vibrant autumn leaves, or a flock of geese emerging from the early morning Lake mist - nature’s beauty is at your doorstep.
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Ole Miss is best known for its beautiful college campus and The Grove, a 10-acre, oak-studded retreat in the center of campus famous for hosting elaborate college football tailgating events.
Oxford’s graceful antebellum, Victorian architecture and charming town square offer a lively mix of boutiques, restaurants, galleries, museums, and cultural happenings, all within a short drive from Splinter Creek. The town’s rich literary heritage began with William Faulkner. Considered by many critics to be the greatest writer in American literary history, Faulkner described Oxford and the surrounding area as his “little postage stamp of native soil.”
— William Faulkner / Absalom, Absalom!
Memphis, TN – 1 hour via I-55 S.
Oxford, MS – 15 minutes via US-278 W.
Taylor, MS – 12 minutes via County Road 343
(Peddler Field Road).
Memphis International Airport is the nearest regional airport that flies to most major U.S. cities. Southern Airways Express provides direct flights to and from: Memphis, Nashville, Jackson, and Destin, FL. Charter flights are also available to and from Atlanta. See iflysouthern.com for a full schedule.