Mississippi Regions


From the birthplace of Elvis Presley and the home of William Faulkner to the natural wooded forests and peaceful waters of Pickwick Lake, the Hills region of northeast Mississippi offers experiences in history, music, literature, outdoor adventures and authentic Southern cuisine.


Mississippi's Delta region is a blend of quaint towns, wide-open fields of cotton and one of the top casino destinations between Las Vegas and Atlantic City. Many people find it magical and mysterious. Others say that visiting is like stepping back in time. One thing is certain – there truly is no place like the Delta anywhere else on earth.


It's easy to see how the Pines region got its name. The green pine woodlands of east-central Mississippi provide endless outdoor recreational activities and world-class golf. In addition to lush forests, the Pines region is filled with historical sites, unique events and authentic Southern restaurants.


From Jackson to Vicksburg to Natchez, the Capital/River region is overflowing with Civil War and Civil Rights history. It offers a full menu of experiences, whether you're looking for great food, outdoor adventures or arts and culture.


To experience the laid-back, sandy side of Mississippi, visit the Coastal region. The Mississippi Gulf Coast is the world's largest man-made beach and is full of shops and restaurants, museums and galleries, and events all year round. On the coast, you'll find some of the best golf courses in the South, deep-sea fishing, non-stop casino gaming action and entertainment from some of the biggest acts in the country.

Mississippi Regions

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