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Catch the craze and get lost in this amazing maze, including the Corn Maze and Mini Maw Maze Pyramid. The entire family will enjoy our fun-filled hayrides. Get lost in a maze ... and get lost in the fun!
"WROX" Blues Trail Marker is in front of the WROX Museum on Delta Avenue. WROX was the home of legendary African-American blues/gospel pioneer Early Wright for 50 years. Other notables to take to the air on WROX include Ike Turner, Robert Nighthawk, and even Elvis Presley.
The 49 mile Yalobusha River Trail connects downtown Grenada with downtown Greenwood in four sections. It meanders through the loess bluffs covered in ferns and vines through the deep lush bottomland forest of Malmaison Wildlife Management Area, past the swampy sloughs and crop lands of the Yazoo River basin and into the heart of Delta, Greenwood. The native american name of the river is thought to mean “tadpole place”.
See cotton, catfish and rice farming at its finest - on a Mississippi Delta farm. Visit a cotton gin and catfish plant. Enjoy traditional Southern food. Brochure available from the Yazoo County Convention and Visitors Bureau.
THE OFFICIAL TOURISM RESOURCE FOR THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI