1. THE NATCHEZ TRACE PARKWAY

    What Is The Natchez Trace Parkway?
    The Natchez Trace Parkway is a 444-mile drive through exceptional scenery and 10,000 years of North American history. Used by American Indians, "Kaintucks", settlers, and future presidents, the Old Trace played an important role in American history. Today, visitors can enjoy not only a scenic drive but also hiking, biking, horseback riding, and camping.



    Hint: Click on the underlined link above and you can go directly to the Natchez Trace Parkway site.


  2. Corinth Civil War Heritage Day and Confederate Memorial Day - Corinth
    Annual two-day event to commemorate Confederate Memorial Day and the sacrifices made by our ancestors. We would like for you and your fellow compatriots to join with us in these weekend activities. You will get to camp on the grounds of the Historic Verandah-Curlee House in historic downtown Corinth; Ms. There will be an opportunity to skirmish on some of the same land where the actual fighting took place in October 1862. You will get to experience this fighting in the same place it took place in the Battle of Corinth. April, Check website for details.



  3. Corinth Civil War Heritage Day and Confederate Memorial Day - Corinth
    Annual two-day event to commemorate Confederate Memorial Day and the sacrifices made by our ancestors. We would like for you and your fellow compatriots to join with us in these weekend activities. You will get to camp on the grounds of the Historic Verandah-Curlee House in historic downtown Corinth; Ms. There will be an opportunity to skirmish on some of the same land where the actual fighting took place in October 1862. You will get to experience this fighting in the same place it took place in the Battle of Corinth. April, Check website for details.

  4. Mississippi Armed Forces Museum - Camp Shelby
    The Armed Forces Museum serves as the military history museum for the State of Mississippi. The museum honors the service and sacrifices of Mississippi’s servicemen and women of all branches and those from other parts of the country that trained in Mississippi during times of war. The museum’s state-of-the-art exhibits tell personal stories of the heroes and heroines of our Republic and serves to educate future generations about the price paid for the freedom and prosperity Americans enjoy today.





  5. North MS Fish Hatchery and Visitor Education Center - Enid
    The North Mississippi Fish Hatchery Visitor Education Center in Enid provides an educational and entertaining experience that promotes freshwater sport fishing, encourages the conservation and stewardship of aquatic resources and offers information about the Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries, and Parks.
  6. Lynn Meadows Discovery Center - Gulfport
    Learn and Laugh at the Lynn Meadows Discovery Center in Gulfport, Mississippi’s only children’s museum. Visitors can crank a crane, touch a tornado, sort seafood, cross a creek, understand a pulley fully, tromp in treehouses, take tea for two, star on a show and much more. The Discovery Center, located in the former Mississippi City Elementary School, constructed in 1915 and an architectural exhibition itself, offers 15,000 square feet of indoor exhibit space and six acres of outdoor play space that includes Treehouse Village, Bear Creek and picnic areas.

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    Shepard State Park - Gautier

    Shepard State Park is nestled in the heart of Singing River (Pascagoula River) country, where legend has it that members of the Pascagoula Indian nation linked hands and walked into the Pascagoula River rather than be taken captive by hostile Indian tribes. The mournful death chant they sang as they walked earned the Pascagoula River the nickname "Singing River". Tales of the heroic exploits of French and Spanish settlers and romantic legends of the Pascagoula and Biloxi Indians are standard fare in the scenic coastal area surrounding Shepard State Par
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