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Gulf Coast Maps

Explore With "Shrimp Signs"

Shrimp SignsCome for a visit, and you'll notice numbered "shrimp signs" at each intersection up and down HWY 90 / Beach Boulevard. These signs don't just signify how much we love shrimp - although they are delicious! Each numbered sign corresponds with what to do, where to eat, what to sip on and what to see nearby. They're also pretty handy for getting directions, as in, "Turn left at shrimp 42!"

To use the signs, click to download the Dining & Attractions Guide or pick one up once you arrive. You can also view just the map: Visitor Information Map. As you glance through this guide, you'll notice that each place listed matches with a number on the map, making it easy to locate that restaurant or attraction you can't wait to check out.

Consider the signs your own personal tour guide, of sorts, that will always point you in the right direction. Have fun with them, perhaps pick a favorite number and have an adventure exploring everything in that area. We're sure you'll leave with a new favorite memory!

Driving Distance Map 

Before you can go on that adventure though, you've got to get here!

The Mississippi Gulf Coast hugs the Gulf of Mexico and is approximately an hour’s drive from New Orleans, Louisiana to the west and Mobile, Alabama to the east. Simply take one of the region’s major interstates (I-55, I-65, or I-85) to I-10 and then I-110 or State Highway 49 to US Highway 90, which runs along the Gulf waters.


For more specific driving instructions, go to