Mississippi Travel Guide
Articles about Mississippi
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Hotels in Mississippi
This adults-only property, originally built in the early 1900s, was badly damaged in Hurricane Katrina. Thankfully, it’s once again up and running with three French country-style rooms and a spacious patio overlooking the gulf.
Restaurants in Mississippi
Refuel at this former carriage house and stables that dates back to the 1790s and shares 40 acres with a Greek revival plantation mansion. The jumbo-lump crab cake, served over leeks, is is a standout.
Things to do in Mississippi
It may not date back to the 1700s, but this park has its piece of notable history: The largest bass in the state—an 18.15-pound largemouth—was caught in Lake Natchez in 1992. See if you can beat the record with your own fishing pole, or just enjoy the park’s swimming holes and nature trails.