Kosciusko's central location offers easy access to a wide variety of recreational, cultural, and other activities.
There are three beautiful city parks with tennis courts, picnic areas, children's playgrounds, soccer fields, baseball fields, and a splash pool, and walking tracks. The city sponsors many recreational programs for all ages.
Kosciusko is the home of two private clubs. The Kosciusko Country Club consists of a club house, swimming pool, camp sites, picnic areas, and a large lake that provides skiing and fishing. The Redbud Springs Country Club includes a newly renovated club house, an excellent nine-hole golf course, and a swimming pool.
The Attala County Coliseum, on the Central Mississippi Fairgrounds, is the home of many community activities. With a capacity of 4000 people, this facility features state events, sporting events, banquets, and various other activities.
Kosciusko is approximately one hour north of Jackson, Mississippi, the home of the International Ballet Competition, the Mississippi Ballet, the opera, the Jackson Symphony Orchestra, world class museums, New Stage Theatre, Dixie National Rodeo, and some of the finest restaurants in the country.
Because Kosciusko is only 70 miles from Jackson, Mississippi, 115 miles from Memphis, Tennessee, and 250 miles from New Orleans, one can attend professional sporting events, as well as other activities common to large cities. Kosciuskoians are indeed fortunate to have such complete recreational and cultural activities available within such a close vicinity and still maintain our country environment.