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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.
Visit the legendary "Witch's Grave" and a mass grave of unknown Confederate soldiers killed in the Battle of Benton Road. Voted the second "Spookiest Cemetery in the US" in a poll on Huff Post Travel in 2012!
Civil War Battlefield site, museum, historic buildings, cemetery, observation tower, tent camping, RV hookups, view the Mississippi River.
Civil War Battlefield site, museum, historic buildings, cemetery, observation tower, campgrounds; view the Mississippi River; nature trail, picnic area, and bath house.
Visit Grand-Gulf Raymond Scenic Byway for a leisurely step back in time amid an enjoyable atmosphere. Delve into Mississippi’s history, explore the lush countryside, or imagine soldiers as they marched along the route years ago.
Corinth honors Civil War casualties by lighting over 10,000 luminaries in the historic downtown area. During the day, there will be entertainment, carriage rides and open houses in downtown businesses.
Contains 180 graves of unknown Confederate soldiers.
Remains of earthwork forts built to protect against Union forces led by Gen. U. S. Grant. The forts provided headquarters for the historic Civil War raid on Holly Springs.
c. 1857-1859. Outstanding example of Greek Revival architecture built with skilled slave labor. Used as a hospital for Confederate wounded after the Battle of Raymond.
c. 1850. Completely restored Greek Revival mansion. Many original furnishings and memorabilia.
Passing through Montgomery County are sections of Highways 51, 49, and 90 known as the Jefferson Davis Memorial Highway. Designated in 1913, it runs from Davis's birthplace in Fairview, Kentucky to Davis's last home, Beauvoir, on the Mississippi Gulf Coast.
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