Visit Mississippi and you'll experience some of the most unique culture in the United States. The state's heavily forested land opens up to the fertile Mississippi Delta region. Vacationers flock to the idyllic gulf coastline for endless beachfront fun.
Mississippi has no shortage of engaging outdoor activities. Biking, camping, canoeing, kayaking, fishing, hunting, and a growing Agritourism industry leaves no adventurer unsatisfied. Where cotton once ruled the land, catfish farming and buffalo ranches are waiting to warmly welcome all visitors who want to learn about their craft.
Can you have a visit to the south without partaking in its delicacies? Mississippi rules the roost with catfish, comeback sauce, tamales, shrimp, sweet potatoes, and everything in-between. This isn't any backwoods diner, Mississippi is home to James Beard award-wining chefs and noted national food writers. But, the state will still boast that is has the best home cooks to be found anywhere!
The state is also full of American history. Mississippi was nearly completely destroyed by the Civil War, and had its share of challenges in the years following. Now, the state has countless Civil War and Civil Rights movement sites to tell the story of America.
Uncover a diverse culture, delicious food, and wild adventure on your next vacation to Mississippi.