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Center of the Blues Universe
From primitive camping to full-service RV accommodations to cozy cabins, Mississippi's State Parks are fantastic places to stay. For complete information, click here.
The Pascagoula School District’s Aaron Jones Family Interactive Center is a place where children’s imaginations spring to life through a myriad of adventures—from sailing the high seas aboard a pirate ship to piloting a 747 jet. Offers 15 differently themed areas, created solely with children in mind.
How the South does fast food. Eat in, Drive-thru, or Take out.
How the South Does Food
Abe Davis emigrated with his family from Lebanon in 1913 at the tender age of thirteen and they soon migrated to Clarksdale. Abe opened a barbecue restaurant in 1924 called the Bungalow Inn and moved the restaurant to its current location, at the Crossroads on Highways 49 and 61, in 1937.
Abe's Grill serves breakfast and lunch. Featuring burgers, sandwiches, and more.
Enjoy an exterior glimpse at over 50 historic homes. Brochure available at the Aberdeen Visitors Bureau.
Beautiful display of color brings the blues to life in Bukka White's hometown. Mural is the backdrop to Mississippi Blues Trail Marker at the intersection of Commerce and Meridian.
A short 9 hole course, built on rolling hills. Par 36
Back Yardage: 3008 yards
4100-acre lake. Premier destination for bass fishermen. Scenic Class A camping, picnic areas, hiking, white sand swimming beach.
Full line of fishing supplies, boat ramp, over-night docking, fuel.
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