Tunica RiverPark allows visitors a chance to explore and better understand the history of America's Greatest River. Tunica RiverPark includes a large historic museum and interpretive center, complete with aquariums, interactive exhibits and dioramas that reveal the legends of the past. The 168-acre Tunica RiverPark includes nature trails, outdoor exhibits, an observation deck and veranda offering spectacular views of the Mississippi River.
The Tunica RiverPark includes:
- Museum & Interpretive Center
- Riverboat cruises on the Tunica Queen
- Mississippi River Overlook
Official Great River Road Interpretive Center
The Great River Road National Scenic Byway follows the course of the Mississippi River for 3,000 miles from northern Minnesota to the Gulf of Mexico. The scenic route passes through 10 states and hundreds of river towns. Learn more >
9a-7p Tue-Sun (Closed Monday)
Free Admission to Grounds - $10 Adult/$5 Children Mississippi River Museum Admission
The EcoTrail at Tunica RiverPark now accomodates bike riders as well as walkers. Consisting of a boardwalk and a wilderness trail, the two passageways meander through a combined 3.1 miles of unspoiled Delta forest. As you traverse over creeks and ponds, you will see native flora and encounter a few of the locals - like turtles, lizards, waterfowl, or even a deer or two.
To protect our wetlands, visitors are asked to please stay on the trail and deposit trash in designated areas. The RiverPark staff are available to answer questions and provide assistance if needed.
Pet Friendly Notes
Pets are allowed in the Tunica RiverPark outdoor grounds, including the EcoTrail paths. Pets must be on a leash accompanied by an adult and cannot be left unattended. Pets are NOT allowed within the Mississippi River Museum or Tunica RiverPark building. Please be mindful to pick-up after your pets.