- Bay St. Louis
- Holly Springs
- Long Beach
- Moss Point
- Ocean Springs
- Pass Christian
- Pickwick Lake
Recent Mississippi reviews
"very nice and equipped weekend git away that i would recommend. neighbors dog is a pest, but will stay again. ,"Guest: dale Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 1, 2014View listing
"The house has been renovated nicely but maintains it's eclectic charm. We were in town for a horse show at the Horse Park, and this house was perfectly located with plenty of room for parking your truck in the back. Very quiet neighborhood with sidewalks for getting around on foot. We'll be back - thanks!"Guest: Sheila Date of Stay: March 2014 Review Submitted: March 14, 2014View listing
"Perfect for a weekend getaway in Oxford. Beautifully furnished - love the oriental rugs, antique furniture and Southern Living-style design - very comfortable beds with luxurious bedding, fully equipped updated kitchen, private patio for grilling and relaxing, lush grounds with all the amenities and all within walking distance to campus. Simply perfect!"Guest: Holly K. Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: October 9, 2014View listing
Mississippi Travel Tips
Best Time of Year to Visit Mississippi
Mississippi enjoys a long summer and relatively short winter. This makes it a popular summer vacation destination. While most people still tend to travel during the peak holiday season of July and August, the longer summer season means that you can still enjoy good weather outside of peak season. In the summer months, the temperatures average around 85 degrees Fahrenheit. The warmest month is traditionally July. During the winter months, the temperatures average 48 degrees Fahrenheit, with the coldest month being January. The northern interior is generally more temperate that the coastal areas. Occasional snowfalls are not uncommon in the central and northern parts; however, it is seldom significant amounts and it usually quickly melts away. Most of the rainfall occurs during the summer months in the form of short-lived but dramatic thunderstorms. The Gulf Coast is particularly prone to hurricanes that blow across the Gulf of Mexico in the late summer and early fall months. The interior of the state usually gets the dregs of the tropical storms which results in heavy rainfall.
Music Legends at Mississippi Condos
Mississippi has a rich cultural heritage. Like its neighboring states, it has a strong music tradition with the signature music style being the Blues. In Clarksdale, you will find the Delta Blues Museum where you can see memorabilia and photographs of some of the great Blues legends. There are also numerous Blues Bars across the state where you can hear your favorite tune. Tupelo, which is in northeast Mississippi, is the birthplace of Elvis Presley. Here, you can tour his childhood home which is a humble two-room house. Next door is a museum which contains many different memorabilia items that detail his life. You can also take a stroll through town and see the fairgrounds where he performed early in his career or the hardware store where he bought his first guitar. For country music fans, you can visit Meridian which is the hometown of Jimmy Rogers. The Jimmy Rogers Museum in town pays tribute to this country music legend.
Visitors to Mississippi
Mississippi is a state that attracts a diverse range of visitors. Many come to visit the museums attributed to music legends but the state has much more to offer. It has a rich historical heritage with many museums. There are also many excellent golf courses where golfing enthusiasts can enjoy a round. The natural attractions are ideal for outdoor enthusiasts that enjoy hiking, mountain biking or RV-ing.