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9435 Hwy 49, Gulfport, MS, US, 39503

  • Phone: (228) 864-7222
  • Fax: (228) 864-7454
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»Bayou Vista Golf Course

Bayou Vista Golf Course is a 18-hole golf course surrounded by beautiful landscape terrain. Opened for public in 1957, the golf course is spanned across 5,901 hectares (14581.7 acres) of land. The golf course has a signature hole Number 8, a 470-yard par-5.

13756 Washington Avenue
Gulfport, MS 39503

»Gulf Islands Waterpark

Get ready for a fun and wet day at the Gulf Islands Waterpark! There are water attractions perfect for every age, go on the thrilling Horn Island Blaster, take the kids to Lil’ Pelican’s Bay, or just relax on a tube on the  Lazy Pearl River.

17200 16th Street
Gulfport, MS 39503

»Magnolia State Rocker – World’s Largest Rocking Chair

Magnolia State Rocker – World’s Largest Rocking Chair is a giant, white colored rocking chair sitting peacefully at the Canal Road. A visit to this chair will make a perfect postcard for your vacation album.

11451 Canal Road
Gulfport, MS 39503

»Gulfport City Hall

The City of Gulfport was terribly devastated by Hurricane Katrina, though some landmark structures escaped unscathed like the beautiful City Hall building. This historic structure was dates back to the early 20th Century, and is built in a Neo Classical Revival style.

2309 15th Street
Gulfport, MS 39501

»Jones Park (Harbor Square Park)

Spend a relaxing day with your best buddies as you fish at Jones Park (Harbor Square Park). You can buy baits and other fishing accessories at the shop at Jones Park (Harbor Square Park). Apart from fishing facilities for the boat owners, this park is known for its beautiful promenade walk area. It also features splash pads, pavilions, amphitheaters and playground area making it ideal for a fun day out with your loved ones.

2301 East Beach Boulevard
Gulfport, MS 39501

»Marshall Jesus Sculpture

This unique artwork has more than just artistic value. Created from the damaged remains of a tree affected by Hurricane Katrina, the trunk was used to carve a 6 foot tall and 4 foot wide statue of Jesus. The statue hold an important place in the hearts and minds of the Marshall family and is a uniquely creative and spiritual work of art.

438 Silver Ridge Avenue
Gulfport, MS 39507

»Institute For Marine Mammal Studies

A visit to the Institute For Marine Mammal Studies is a fun activity for all ages. With interactive exhibits, hands on activities and presentations, there is lots to do. Learn about incredible sea creatures like the dolphin through Dolphin Presentations where visitors can actually interact with these lovely mammals first hand.

10801 Dolphin Lane
Gulfport, MS 39503

»Francis X. Collins Park

Francis X. Collins Park features various amenities for a day out with your family. Practice your favorite games with your friends at the park's playground. This place also features a pier, a pond area and a swimming pool for the swimming enthusiasts. The park features beautiful landscapes, making it an ideal spot for spending some time with your loved ones.

2204 Swetman Boulevard
Gulfport, MS 39507

»Great Southern Golf Club

Built in 1908, Great Southern Golf Club is the oldest golf course of Gulfport. This golf course was destroyed due to natural calamities like Katrina and has been rebuilt on the same grounds. This golf course is known for its beautiful landscapes which are also challenges making your game tougher as you progress. Enjoy a game of golf with your friends and loved ones as you visit Great Southern Golf Club.

2000 Beach Drive
Gulfport, MS 39507

»Gulf Park Campus

The Gulf Park Campus is located on the University of Southern Mississippi Gulf Coast. Replete with magnificent old trees and colorful flowers, this place serves as a superb backdrop for cultural and community events that take place here. Call for details.

730 East Beach Boulevard
Long Beach, MS 39560

»Beauvoir - Jefferson Davis Home and Presidential Library

Beauvoir - Jefferson Davis Home and Presidential Library is a National Historic Site as it was the final abode of the president of the Confederate States of America, Jefferson Davis. This lovely property was ravaged in 2005 by Hurricane Katrina. Now restored, there are many points of interest in the property that gives a glimpse of a bygone era. The Presidential Library gives an insight of the life of this historical figure through artifacts, documents and exhibits.

2244 Beach Boulevard
Biloxi, MS 39531

»Big Play Family Fun Center

The Big Play Family Fun Center is a delightful entertainment ground for kids, featuring a mini golf course, video game arcade and a number of amusement park rides.

1836 Beach Boulevard
Biloxi, MS 39531
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