How will you relax on the
MISSISSIPPI GULF COAST?
Will you hit the links on one of our signature golf courses or hit blackjack at one of our casino resorts? Give yourself a day of luxurious spa treatments, or treat yourself to gulf-fresh seafood prepared by
a celebrity chef? Lounge on our 26 mile long beach, or go after the big ones on a charter fishing boat.
Here on the Mississippi Gulf Coast anything your heart desires is at your fingertips. So, take a moment to consider the possibilities.
Stay and play at one of our eleven casino resorts. The slots are hot and you’ll find exciting action at the blackjack tables, roulette wheels, craps tables and poker rooms. There are games for everyone whether you’re looking for penny slots or playing baccarat in sophisticated High Limit areas.
Accommodations range from the luxury of penthouse suites to the fun of a little mom-and-pop motor court. If you travel with your RV, you’ll find plenty of parks available for your stay.
You won’t believe the headliners starring on the Mississippi Gulf Coast. Performers like Jay Leno, B.B. King, and Lee Greenwood just to name a few. Go to our website at www.gulfcoast.org to see a current schedule.
Play golf on courses designed by the likes of Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus and Tom Fazio.
With over twenty courses to choose from, you could swing your clubs for weeks and never play the same hole twice.
If shopping’s your bag, you’ll find malls and much more. The Mississippi Gulf Coast is dotted with unique boutiques, factory outlets, places where you can find that special gift. Works by our talented artists and craftsmen are available throughout the area. Antiquing here is a sport in itself. If you are looking for mint collectibles or pieces that need a little loving care, you can find it on the Mississippi Gulf Coast.
With all the fun and excitement going on, it’s nice to know you can take a break and take in a museum. Contemplate the works of George Ohr, the Mad Potter of Biloxi, at the Frank Gehry designed museum. Or experience Horn Island through the eyes of Walter Anderson at the museum devoted to his works.
There’s plenty for the family to do. Take the ferry out to Ship Island where historic Fort Massachusetts, crystal clear water, and a beach rated among the finest in the world awaits you. You can take a tour aboard a working shrimp boat, watch the skipper haul in the nets and see the catch for yourself.
Choose from a day at the water park or a visit to a nationally rated children’s museum.
Along the beach you can rent a jet ski, kayak, or go parasailing.
There are so many decisions to make! Just relax. Take all the time you need. You can always stay an extra day or two. And we’ll welcome you back again and again.
Go to www.gulfcoast.org for all the information you need to make the most of your visit.