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Reception for 350 guests. 3 Guest rooms.
The perfect place for party's, banquets, and dances. Beautifully restored 1920's rooftop reception area.
La Maison Gautier "The Old Place" was built in 1867, and is now available on a limited basis for receptions, meetings and parties.
This hotel features an outdoor swimming pool, free local phone calls, cable, internet, exercise facilities, meeting and banquet facilities. 125 rooms. Call for current rates
This facility is an Arena, Convention Hall, and Theatre, located directly on US Interstate 55, only fifteen minutes south of Memphis International Airport and twenty minutes from downtown Memphis, Tennessee. Landers Center hosts such events as concerts, boxing, basketball, and is home of the Mississippi RiverKings Ice Hockey team and the Mid-South Fair.
Christmas Tree farm with live reindeer and sleigh rides each year from Thanksgiving Day until we are sold out of Christmas Trees. Pumpkin Patch includes a corn maze, animal park, pig races. Harvest festival is held 3rd weekend of October, annually, and features live entertainment and music.
Legacy Town Hall is a place that you can have a banquet, private party or wedding.
Characterized by artesian springs, cypress tress and ancient oaks
Sites: Tent sites, 16 RV sites (paved), 16 back-ins (34'), 2 full hook-ups (14W, 14S, 14E), 30/50 amps, shaded spots, dump station, handicapped accessible, pet restrictions
Facilities: 8 cabins, restrooms, showers, laundry, security, firewood, ice, conference/meeting, pavilion
Recreation: wildlife preserve offering fishing, boating, wildlife viewing, interpretive nature tours, hiking trails, disc golf, volleyball & playground, two observation towers for viewing alligators in hot artesian water
The rear veranda of this early 1800's Federal-style home is where you'll enjoy your breakfast each morning, the garden perfume drifting on the breeze will surely enhance your southern breakfast. Only a few minutes from downtown, you'll be amazed at the amount of land this property occupies. Your host Jeanette Feltus is one of Natchez' great ladies and she loves to see her guests have a good time, most likely treating you to an evening libation.
1820's plantation founded by the Brabston family, 10 acres of formal & informal gardens, century-old cedars, magnolias & rare native plants, pond and wetlands for wildlife viewing, listed on national Audubon map for birding. Over 750 azaleas lead you down the formal driveway to a formal entrance flanked by four 160-year old magnolias.
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