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By Andrea Doyle

Mississippi's Gulf Coast offers 62 miles of scenic shoreline and is the ideal year-round destination for all types of groups. With a temperate climate and wide array of attractions and activities -- from the beach to golf to seafood to casinos -- the Mississippi Gulf Coast has you covered.

What's new for groups?

The folks at Ship Island Excursions are now offering dolphin cruises, and you are bound to see some of our finned friends, as we are home to the highest concentration of Atlantic bottlenose dolphins in the nation.

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Many Americans have spent time traveling to large metropolitan cities like Chicago, New York, and Los Angeles and, while these cities are great, you can miss out on experiencing a major portion of the country if you only spend time in big cities. The small towns of America are another excellent reason to travel through this great nation. Each small town has its own unique vibe that it derives from the people who live there, the history of the place itself, the natural surroundings, and its cultural heritage. If

By Mia Taylor

GULF COAST, MS

Mississippi's Gulf Coast is one of the South's hidden gems. Visitors can take a sunset sail through the Mississippi Sound, home to the highest concentration of bottlenose dolphins in the U.S., or try kayaking through the waterways. Get a dose of culture at the Frank Gehry-designed Ohr-O'Keefe Museum of Art ($10 for adults 18 and up, $8 for seniors), or see the "business end" of the Saturn V rocket at NASA's Infinity Science Center. Popular places to stay include Bay Town Inn in Bay St. Louis, Hard Rock Biloxi, and

By Mia Taylor

MISSISSIPPI GULF COAST

California isn't the only state with an inviting stretch of coastline. A journey along the Mississippi Gulf Coast offers beaches, golf, the opportunity to indulge in fresh seafood and perhaps try your luck at a casino. The beautiful century-old oak trees in downtown Bay St. Louis are decorated each year with illuminated snowflakes through Dec. 31, providing a picture-postcard scene for a stroll along local shops and carolers.

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The vacation rental market in the United States created over a billion dollars for vacation rental property owners in 2016.[1] That’s a call to action for many investors, but before you dive head first into the market, read through our findings to learn whether the city you have in mind is a smart investment.

The growing industry has incentivized property owners to enter the vacation rental industry making it more difficult to keep units occupied. Choosing the right location will give you an advantage on untapped markets

by Melissa Corbin

I’m forever in search of cultural roots and the people that make their culture so unique. As a Southerner, I can vouch we have our fair share of roots. When Adventure Girl, Stef Michaels, asked me to head up her culinary column by starting with a celebration for National Cake Day, top of mind was when Dolly Parton’s character, Truvy Jones, shared her infamous Cuppa-Cuppa-Cuppa Cake recipe in the 1989 classic, Steel Magnolias.
Many a Southerner can quote this classic. Make no mistake, it’s topping the list of the next

By Maryellen Kennedy Duckett

Celebrate legendary musicians, literary giants, and civil rights pioneers on a scenic capital-to-the-coast loop through Mississippi. The roughly 800-mile route begins and ends in Jackson, leads through rural areas and college towns, and includes stops on the Mississippi Blues Trail.

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The historic Biloxi Lighthouse was erected in 1848, survived Hurricane Katrina, and remains to this day Biloxi's landmark and symbol of the city's resolve and resilence.
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By Tom Adkinson, Special to Nashville Tennessean / USA TODAY NETWORK — TENNESSEE 

In times B.C. (that’s Before Casinos), it was the natural world that drew visitors to Mississippi’s three coastal counties. Slot machines’ flashing lights and ringing bells are alluring these days, but Mother Nature offers golden sunsets over the Mississippi Sound, chirping birds and lapping waves to entertain you outdoors.

By Karen Ruffini

Biloxi Beach, Mississippi

Referred to as “The Playground of the South,” Biloxi, Mississippi is widely known for its casinos, golfing, and amusement parks, which all conveniently sit alongside the beautiful Gulf Coast shoreline. Don’t be fooled by its wild side, though. There’s a certain charm that this beach town holds for tourists of every age, from its boat charters and museums to mini-golf and historical sites. After a day of soaking up the sun, head to the Biloxi Lighthouse or take a ferry to Ship Island, located 12 miles