Agritourism in Mississippi

Agritourism in Mississippi is a budding sector of the Magnolia State’s travel and tourism industry, attracting countless visitors each year. Visiting an active farm, ranch, or another commercial agricultural establishment can provide you and your party with an unforgettable, educational experience, no matter where you are in Mississippi. Learn more from Visit Mississippi about how you can participate in enjoyable activities in the state’s exciting agricultural, aquacultural, horticultural, and forestry sectors.

Agritourism Opportunities in Mississippi

With roughly 42,000 farms scattered across 11 million acres of land, agritourism is increasingly becoming a must for visitors to Mississippi. No matter where you’re staying, you’ll find endless opportunities to explore our state’s agriculture.

Find a Farm

Mississippi Agritourism Association has designed an online tool to show you the nearest farms and orchards. This is one of the fastest and easiest ways to locate the next stop on your agritourism adventure.

Registered Venues

Mississippi Department of Agriculture and Commerce has an alphabetized list of every farm and orchard in the Magnolia State. It also provides you with all the contact information you’ll need to plan a beautiful day.

Farmers Markets

Mississippi Department of Agriculture and Commerce also has compiled a list of farmer’s markets around the state, complete with available payment options and hours of operation.

Popular Mississippi Agritourism Locations

With tens of thousands of farms and millions of acres of land, it can be difficult to know where to begin when planning your itinerary. Here are some suggestions to help you get started:

Biloxi Shrimping Trip

Embark on an actual shrimping excursion around a chartered path on the Gulf Coast. Here are a few things you can expect to catch on this trip:

  • Blue crab
  • Flounder
  • Oyster
  • Pufferfish
  • Squid
  • Stingray
  • And more…

Cedar Hill Farm, Inc.

This 120-acre farm is lined with cedar trees, making it the perfect place to enjoy a picnic far away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Enjoy seasonal activities like Easter egg hunts, corn mazes, and searching for the perfect Christmas tree. There’s always a family-friendly activity to be found year-round.

Ard’s Dairy Farm

This destination offers children and families the opportunity to feed baby cows and see first-hand how a cow is milked, from start to finish. It also has lodging options for those looking to stay overnight or even for an entire weekend.

Arella Farm, LLC

This is sure to be an opportunity you won’t want to miss, as Arella Farm, LLC raises alpaca. Here, you’ll get to interact with alpaca of all ages and learn about what it takes to raise and care for them.

For More Agritourism Suggestions in MS, Contact Visit Mississippi

Mississippi agritourism has become an integral part of the travel and tourism industry, and these attractions are not to be missed while you’re in the Magnolia State. To learn more about agritourism opportunities in Mississippi, contact Visit Mississippi today.

Biloxi Shrimping Trip

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The pride & heritage of Biloxi comes alive aboard this unique & interesting cruise. The Biloxi Shrimping Trip exposes guests to the spectacular world of sea life caught on a real shrimping expedition. Upon leaving the harbor, the shrimping net is set […]

Charlie’s Upik

Lucedale, MS

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We grow your favorite summer vegetables on our farm, for you to pick yourself.  This is a family event you do not want to miss. Bring the children and grandchildren and let them enjoy picking buckets of  fruits & vegetables fresh […]

Olive Branch Farmers Market

Olive Branch, MS

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Various vendors offer local grown fruits, vegetables, crafts and more. Located at the Olive Branch City Hall Parking lot. For additional information, call 985-320-6776 or email galaforat@yahoo.com. […]

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“You-Pick” operations typically start around June 1st and run through the summer. Call ahead to verify days and times for picking or for pre-picks. […]

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The number one tree farm in the Mid-South has a huge selection of Christmas trees in a variety of sizes. Take a free hayride into the tree farm during the holidays and choose and cut your favorite tree or it […]

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It is held each Saturday, end of April through end of October from 8am-1pm. Their are over 50 vendors during peak season of June and July. Throughout the season, enjoy live music and special events during market hours. Voted Mississippi’s […]

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Follow the road less traveled for a relaxing tour of our historic Delta Bluffs Scenic Byway. You can begin at Exit 280 on I-55 and follow Commerce Street in Hernando, to the DeSoto County Museum. From there, follow Highway 304 […]

Brussel’s Bonsai Nursery

Olive Branch, MS

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Brussel’s Bonsai nursery has evolved into the largest importer and grower of fine Bonsai in the United States, with over 175,000 sq. ft. of greenhouse space devoted to bonsai. Bonsai trees range from $20 to $20,000. In addition to growing […]

Bolin Grove Farms

Hernando, MS

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Bolin Grove Farms is a family owned and operated farm in the developmental phase of offering pumpkins and blueberries. We are also available for outdoor weddings, corporate events, family reunions, church, family days or school events. Our vision is to […]

The ARK Walking Trail currently consists of two miles of wooded trails that sit on the wildlife sanctuary located just 10 miles west of Hernando, MS on Hwy 304 (just past Fogg Road). In addition, the ARK has an outdoor stage, 5,000 […]

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Located outside of Richton, Mississippi, Fulmer’s Farmstead is a horse-drawn produce farm operated by the Ken Fulmer family. Welcoming everyone from school and church groups to families and travelers, Fulmer’s Farmstead features a historic homesteading atmosphere with century old cabins, resourceful livestock, […]

Ford Farms & Produce, LLC

Taylorsville, MS

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We are a family farm, operated by our family. We have vegetables for sale during the summer. Summer vegetable production includes peaches, watermelons, tomatoes, cantaloupe, corn, peas, and more. Fall activities include pumpkin patch, wagon tour of the farm, maze, […]