Paradise Point

Sardis Lake



Sardis Lake offers a variety of activities with 98,000 acres of land and water. Paradise Point is a popular spot that provides picnic spots, a swim beach, basketball and volleyball courts, a playground, and two group picnic shelters. Visitors will be treated with great views of the 400-acre Lower Lake and its shoreline.


Welcome to Sardis Lake, we are glad you have decided to learn more about our lake and know you will have a good time once you get here. Whether you are planning for a day or a week; or if you are into the outdoors, hunting, fishing, boating or camping, you are going to discover a wide selection of activity options. Sardis Lake stretches over 98,000 acres of land and water through Panola, Lafayette and Marshall counties in beautiful Northwest Mississippi. Come explore and discover for yourself our forest, lakes and recreational activities.

Paradise Point is one of the most popular spots at Sardis Lake for picnicking or taking a swim in the beautiful Lower Lake. 


Paradise Point has a lot to offer visitors. The area has lots of picnic spots available, a large swim beach, a basketball court and a volleyball court. There is also a playground for our younger visitors. 


Paradise Point has two group picnic shelters available for reservation. There are 28 individual picnic sites, a basketball court, volleyball court, playground and swim beach in the area. 

Natural Features

Paradise Point is situated along the shoreline of the 400-acre "Lower Lake" below Sardis Dam. The area provide great views of the lake. 


For facility specific information, please call (662) 563-4531.
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