Togo Island is a peninsula tucked into a bend in the Mississippi River, which produces the favorable conditions that allow wildlife to flourish there.

Located in Claiborne County, Mississippi, and Tensas Parish, Louisiana, Togo contains 9.8 miles of Mississippi River frontage and 2.7 miles of Big Black River frontage just 30 minutes south of Vicksburg and 9 miles west of U.S. Highway 61.

Togo is outfitted with many amenities to provide a top-of-the-line outdoor experience.

Numerous elevated stands dot the landscape and are strategically placed along deer trails, bedding areas and the food supply. For the purist bow hunter, an area of 600 acres (more or less) has been set aside for bow hunting only. A team of caretakers and guides has been put together to aid and assist anyone needing help.d

See the beauty of Togo Island here.