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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.
Offers full range of services and transportation, including limousines, buses, vans and motorcoach tours.
A Columbus tradition, this drive-in offers the best-tasting cheeseburgers and the best onion rings for miles. Try their Mile High Pie for a true Southern treat.
c. 1856. Constructed by skilled slave labor. Served as hospital for Confederate and Union soldiers during the Civil War.
A majestic Greek Revival Mansion situated on the edge of downtown Natchez. 26 rooms on 52 gorgeous acres of old plantation land and 4 rooms in the old cotton warehouse on Main St. in the middle of all the action of downtown Natchez. If you want the feel of the "old South", there's no better property than Dunleith Historic Inn for true southern nostalgia. Featured as a family home in the 1973 film, Huck Finn. Member of Bed & Breakfast Association of Mississippi.
A 900-acre property managed for a style of quail hunting unique to the South, plus a conference center and lodge for corporate meetings, retreats and training sessions.
During World War II a group of Dutch pilots trained in Jackson, Mississippi. Due to accidents, 42 of them were killed. They are buried in a plot on Cedar Lawn Cemetery. Every year, on 4 May, there is a commemoration ceremony
54 rooms, handicapped accessible rooms, golf package and conference rooms; only service animals are allowed
Large conference center, 54 guest rooms, meeting facilities and golf course connected to conference center.
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