From pristine, white-sand beaches and inviting ocean waters to enriching family-friendly attractions and plates of fresh seafood at beachfront restaurants, Gulfport offers visitors coastal charm and endless opportunities for outdoor recreation.
A central vacation destination in the Gulf South, this former railroad town has reinvented itself and now boasts diverse culinary offerings, a great live jazz scene and an abundance of green space for hiking, biking and exploring.
The Magnolia State’s capital city is also known as the birthplace of the blues—earning it the nickname, "City with Soul." Get ready for soulful sounds, soul food classics and the spirit of Southern hospitality when you visit this historic city.
Tupelo is many things: the birthplace of Elvis Presley, home of the Tupelo Buffalo Park and Zoo, the location of the Natchez Trace Parkway—but at its core, it’s a charming small town with attractions the whole family will love.
This remarkable town was the site of the defining battle of the Civil War, and its historic past runs deep through its brick paved streets and popular museums. Discover where past and present meet beside sweeping views of the Mississippi River.
Have a vacation that’s good for the soul in the Magnolia State. Here, a wealth of history, natural wonders, soulful music, and traditional Southern cuisine ensures your next vacation or business trip is one you’ll remember. Book your Mississippi hotel and start your adventures down the Mississippi Blues Trail to discover a musical past that runs deep as the mighty namesake river. Make a stop in Tupelo to see the birthplace of The King. Dip your toes in the sugary-white sands of The Secret Coast along the Gulf of Mexico. Explore the sites that mark Civil War and Civil Rights history. Or, take some time to take things slow and explore all that the great outdoors and the Mighty Mississippi River have to offer.