Rivage Resort & Casino
875 Beach Blvd
Biloxi MS 39530
228 386-7111, 888 750-7111
Fax: 228 386-7730
Casino - Biloxi
265 Beach Blvd
Biloxi MS 39530
228 436-2946, 800 WIN-2-WIN
Fax: 228 436-1901
Casino - Gulfport
3215 West Beach Blvd
Gulfport MS 39501
228 870-7777, 800 WIN-7777
Fax: 228 604-5275
Casino Broadwater Resort
2110 Beach Blvd
Biloxi MS 39531
228 385-3500, 800 THE-PRES
Fax: 228 385-4169
Treasure Bay Casino Resort
1980 Beach Blvd
Biloxi MS 39531
228 385-6000, 800 PIRATE-9
Fax: 228 385-6082
13100 16th St.
Gulfport, Miss. 39503
Gulf Islands Waterpark is the largest waterpark on the
coast, featuring wild rides miles of slides and cool summer
fun for all ages. The 18-acre waterpark has nautical themed
attractions, including the one and only Horn Island Blaster
water roller coaster. Other attractions include the Waveland
Wave Pool, Lazy Pearl River, Camille Cutter family raft ride,
Lil Pelicans Bay kiddy area, tube slides, food,
beverages, and plenty of space for birthday parties and events.
150 S. Beach Blvd., Waveland
Large wave pool, children's pool, water slides, nature trails,
tennis and basketball courts, and more. (228) 467-3822
370 Ridge Rd., Picayune, MS.
A 64-acre area dedicated to the conservation of native flora
with pathways and boardwalks through pine forest and grassy
savannah. Pinecote Pavilion overlooks a peaceful pond surrounded
by native plants.
Massachusetts and Ship Island
12 miles out in the Gulf of Mexico
Part of the Gulf Islands National Seashore, the fort is located
on an island with beautiful vacation beaches and modern facilities,
excursion ferry operates on a seasonal basis. www.nps.gov/guis.
Fort information: (228) 875-9057, Ferry information: (228)
864-1014 or 1-800-388-3290
Islands National Seashore
3500 Park Rd., Ocean Springs.
Established in 1971 to provide recreation for vacationers
and to protect the wildlife, barrier islands, salt marshes,
historic structures and archeological sites along the Gulf
of Mexico, www.nps.gov/guis.
J.L. Scott Marine Education Center and Aquarium
115 Beach Blvd., Biloxi.
Living displays of coastal zone animals, with aquariums showing
local salt and freshwater environments, terrariums and displays.
The center's hands-on exhibits include "Discovery Island"
and the "Touch Tank."
Sand Hill Crane Refuge
7200 Crane Lane, Gautier.
Home of the endangered Mississippi Sandhill Crane and its
unique wet pine savannah habitat. Vacationing visitor center
and nature trails for hiking, birding and photo opportunities.
St. Louis Historic Downtown
108 Cue St., Bay Saint Louis.
Information is available at the Hancock County Historical
Society located in the 1896 Kate Lobrano House. The area is
also known for its art, antique and specialty shops. Vacationers
paradise! (228) 467-4090
Beauvoir - The Jefferson Davis Home & Presidential
2244 Beach Blvd., Biloxi
This seaside vacation estate (circa 1848-1852) contains the
restored home of Confederate President Jefferson Davis, the
Jefferson Davis Presidential Library, a Confederate Museum,
a historic cemetery, landscaped gardens and nature trails.
Biloxi Visitors Vacation Center & Biloxi Historical
710 Beach Blvd., Biloxi.
A self-guided walking tour takes visitors to more than 20
historic buildings. The tour begins at the Biloxi Visitors
Center located in the Brielmaier House. The center has information
on local attractions, events and more. www.biloxi.ms.us
(228) 374-3105 or 1-800-245-6943
Hwy. 90 at Porter Ave., Biloxi.
This 65-foot tall cast iron lighthouse was erected in 1848.
It is the only lighthouse in the U.S. that stands in the middle
of a four-lane highway. One tour daily at 10 a.m. Monday through
Saturday. (228) 435-6308
Highway 90, Ocean Springs.
Sculpture of a Native American carved from a cypress log 5-feet
wide by 11-feet high. The current carving was done in 1999,
replacing the original sculpture created in the 1940's by
Hungarian artist Peter Toth. (228) 875-4424
201 Bienville Blvd., Ocean Springs.
Hundreds of dolls, stuffed animals and doll houses on display.
Admission benefits the pet shelter. (228) 872-3971
Front Beach Dr., Ocean Springs.
A replica of the original fort built in 1699, the original
was the first fortification built by the French in the colonial
era. Adjacent is the popular Fort Maurepas Nature Preserve.
The Friendship Oak
730 E. Beach Blvd., Long Beach.
Located on USM's Gulf Park campus, the oak has a trunk 17
feet in circumference and 50 feet in height. Its foliage spreads
151 feet, a plaque dating the tree to 1487 dedicates all who
enter its shadow to become lifelong friends.
Mardi Gras Museum
119 Rue Magnolia, Biloxi.
Colorful costumes, memorabilia and history of Mardi Gras on
the Gulf Coast since the arrival of the French in 1699. (228)
Mississippi Vietnam Veterans Memorial
3730 Bienville Blvd., Ocean Springs.
Memorial tribute to the men and women who served in the Vietnam
War. Next to the Ocean Springs Civic Center.
Ocean Springs Chamber & Old L&N Railroad Depot
1000 Washington Avenue, Ocean Springs.
Built in 1907, the historic L & N depot was the center
of city life until rail service was discontinued in 1965.
Now home of the Ocean Springs Chamber of Commerce. Visit the
chamber for information on local attractions, vacation events,
tours and new residents can pick up your FREE Relocation Gift
Old Spanish Fort & Museum
4602 Fort Drive, Pascagoula.
Built in 1718 and claiming the title of oldest building in
the Mississippi Valley, the fort was a French outpost, later
captured by the Spanish. Includes a museum and a children's
hands-on exhibit. (228) 769-1505
Ohr-O'Keefe Museum of Art
136 G.E. Ohr St., Biloxi.
The largest permanent public exhibition of the works by George
E. Ohr, the nationally acclaimed "Mad Potter of Biloxi".
The museum also has two additional galleries exhibiting works
from local, regional and international artists. A Museum Store
offers pottery, art, jewelry and other gift items. Web site:
102 Shearwater Drive, Ocean Springs.
The artistic legacy of the Anderson family, Peter, Walter
and James McConnell Anderson, is on display at Shearwater
Pottery, founded in 1928 by the late Peter Anderson.
3600 Beach Blvd. Biloxi.
Antebellum home built in 1856 by a wealthy New Orleans cotton
broker as a wedding present for his bride. A striking example
of Greek Revival architecture; furnished in a period style
to interpret Biloxi's antebellum history. (228) 435-6293
Walter Anderson Museum of Art
510 Washington Ave., Ocean Springs.
Opened in 1991 and dedicated to the celebration of the interdisciplinary
works of American master Walter Inglis Anderson (1903-1965),
whose depictions of the plants, animals and people of the
Gulf Coast have earned him a place at the forefront of American
artists. Vacationing visitors are treated to a permanent exhibit
as well as diverse exhibits occurring throughout the year.