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Central Iuka Historic District

Iuka is a city of 3,100 people (2020) in Tishomingo County, Mississippi.


Named after a Chickasaw Chief, the pure mineral springs of this small city once won an award at the 1904 St. Louis World's Fair.

Get in[edit]

Map of Iuka

Get around[edit]


  • 1 Iuka Mineral Springs Park, East Pike St (Across from the Old Couthouse). Open daily, 24 hours.
  • 2 Apron Museum. The only museum in the United States dedicated to the preservation and exhibition of Aprons, from use in the Civil War to use in contemporary popular culture. Apron Museum (Q30643339) on Wikidata Apron Museum on Wikipedia


  • 1 J. P. Coleman State Park. Offers fishing on Pickwick Lake, campgrounds, and more. J. P. Coleman State Park (Q6106661) on Wikidata J. P. Coleman State Park on Wikipedia
  • 2 Woodall Mountain. The highest point in Mississippi lies just southwest of Iuka. Woodall Mountain (Q1701877) on Wikidata Woodall Mountain on Wikipedia






Go next[edit]

Routes through Iuka
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