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Hotels in Mississippi

Southern charm seems to creep into every hotel in Mississippi, from the smallest inn to the grandest resort, and we look forward to providing you the best prices for them all. Business visits to the capital require Jackson hotels with state-of-the-art amenities, while a beachfront hotel in Gulfport is the solution for relaxing and renewing. You will find phenomenal rates and a comprehensive selection of accommodations on our Mississippi Hotel Guide.

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Mississippi Overview

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With Ole Man Mississippi River as its western border and the Gulf of Mexico to its south, Mississippi is known for down home cookin’, Civil War sites and Southern gentility. Capital city Jackson is centrally located at the intersection of Interstates 20 and 55, with hundreds of wonderful Mississippi hotels from which to select. Visit the capitol to see one of 53 replicas of the original Liberty Bell; other popular attractions include Mynelle Gardens, Civil Right’s leader Medgar Evers’ home and a fine Planetarium.

A visit to the southern coast of the state brings you to excellent beaches, Gulf fishing, fresh seafood and Vegas style Casinos. Biloxi and Gulfport are cities which provide all these attractions; note that several casinos can also be found in tiny Tunica, located in the northwest corner of the state. The Gulf Islands National Seashore features historic forts, barrier islands to explore and every water activity imaginable. 

Military sites such as Vicksburg National Military Park and Tupelo National Battlefield make Civil War days come to life. Tishomingo State Park features Appalachian foothills and the Natchez Trace Parkway running through it; this park has been inhabited by humans since 7,000 B.C.! Six National Forests give outdoor enthusiasts opportunities for camping and hiking; lakes for boating, trails for riding ATV’s and scenic rivers for floating are all found here.

Discover the real history of the birthplace of the blues along the Mississippi Blues Trail with over a hundred markers throughout the state, including Muddy Waters’s cabin and the Robert Johnson Gravesite. Mississippi is spelled F-U-N!

Best Mississippi Parks

Percy Quin State Park

Percy Quin boasts 700-acre  Lake Tangipahoa for boating, skiing and fishing, encircled by a marked nature trail for hiking. You can play Quail Holly Golf Course’s 18 holes or tennis on five lighted courts. There is a seasonal junior Olympic size pool as well. Find Discount Hotels near Percy Quin State Park.

Tishomingo State Park

Located in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, archaeological excavations date back to 7,000 B.C.  The renowned Natchez Trace Parkway passes through the park, and you can hike a 13-mile trail system to explore massive rock formations unique to this area. Secure a permit to rock climb, reserve your spot on a 6.25 mile float trip on Bear Creek or play some disc golf with the kids. Find Discount Hotels near Tishomingo State Park.

Vicksburg National Military Park

Memorializing the 1863 surrender which gave the Union control of the Mississippi River, Vicksburg boasts a 16-mile tour road (each stop has a cell number you can call to learn the history!), a National Cemetery where three-quarters of the Civil War graves are unknown soldiers, and the restored ironclad USS Cairo on display. Find Discount Hotels near Vicksburg National Military Park

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