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This winning even brings together some 7,000 vehicles
Some auto shows look to the past in celebration of classic cars, while others set their sights on the future with cutting edge technology and the latest reveals. Hundreds of these events take place across the nation each year.
Cruisn' The Coast is considered “America’s largest block party.” Imagine more than 7,000 vehicles – hot rods, classics, antique vehicles – in a massive car show along the beachside highway on the Mississippi Coast. Car lovers love this annual event,

By Elaine Warner - 405 Magazine

Mississippi has 80 miles more seacoast than Oklahoma – which isn’t saying much, since Oklahoma has no seacoast. But the little stretch the Magnolia State has, they put to good use. Biloxi is the largest city on the Mississippi coast, and for a good part of its history was dependent on the Gulf for its economic base. While the seafood industry and marine services are still a big factor, today the major player in Biloxi is fun. It’s a perfect trifecta: tourism, gaming and some of the world’s best seafood.

Biloxi

By Karen Fineran - Shoofly Magazine

A day-trip to Biloxi nets a rich catch of history, culture and delicious meals - seafood, of course!
- story by Karen Fineran, photos Karen Fineran and courtesy Visit Mississippi Gulf Coast and the Mississippi Gulf Coast Museum of Historical Photography

The history of Biloxi is the history of the seafood and shrimping industry. In fact, in the early 1900s, Biloxi was known as the Seafood Capital of the World!

Though it may not hold that title today, South Mississippi is still a huge producer of seafood.

By Dan Gentille - Thrillist

No matter how you define a great cookout, the perfect barbecue always has the same three things: meat, fire, and a delicious drink. Even campfire-style cooking can produce an excellent piece of meat, but there’s no reason your barbecuing equipment needs to date back to the Stone Age. So level up your backyard experience with these 12 premium grilling gear must-haves.

THE RIGHT RUBS AND SAUCES
If you cooked it correctly, your meat should stand up without the dousing of outside products. But if you still want a little

By Nikki Cleveland - RV Life

Many casinos are not only RV-friendly but they have their own RV resort with an extensive list of amenities. These are some of the best places to park and try your luck at the slots or table games.

10. Hollywood Casino Gulf Coast, Mississippi
casino resorts

Hollywood Casino has a hotel and an RV park with full hookup sites on the Mississippi Gulf Coast. Their RV sites include a free shuttle service to their casino and two free wristbands to the pool area, which has a lazy river, hot tub, and a swim-up bar.

The

By Molly Feltner - Smarter Travel

Last summer, when you were sitting in Miami traffic or laying down a month’s pay for a family trip to Maui, you may have wondered if your relaxing beach vacation was all worth it. There must be cheaper beach vacation alternatives, you think—and you’re right, there are.
Hidden and Cheap Beach Destinations
Look to the Gulf of Mexico for ultra-soft sand, crystal-clear waters, and surprisingly cheap beach vacations. The following Gulf Coast beach destinations are still unmarred by development, with opportunities

By Chere Coen - Weird, Wacky and Wild South

Frida Kahlo, a magical realist Mexican painter whose vibrant artwork defined a nation, inspired women and influenced fashion, has become a role model for artists, political activists and just those wanting to dress up and have a good time. And Fridamania has spread to the Mississippi Gulf Coast where the annual Frida Fest happens every summer in Bay St. Louis.

The fourth annual Frida Fest coincides with the city’s Second Saturday ArtWalk from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday, July 14, 2018, in Old Town Bay

Barbara Noe Kennedy - FODORS Travel

It isn’t summer without a trip to the beach.

The sand is golden, the pace is slow, and at least five ice cream shops are within easy reach. That’s the life of a beach town, whether its vibe is funky, historic, trendy, or serene. So what are you waiting for? Here are some of America’s favorite beach towns.


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Bay St. Louis
WHERE: Mississippi
Katrina hit this Gulf town hard in 2005, but it’s come back strong. Old Town, overlooking the marina, bay, and white-sand beach, thrives with buzzy restaurants

By Aly Walansky - Orbitz

Bachelorette parties are getting more complicated, involving not just a dinner or a night out at a bar, but an entire evening or even weekend. Increasingly, they’re becoming destination focused. If you’ve been tasked with planning one, the good news is that every state has some pretty incredible ways to celebrate the bride-to-be’s last jaunt with the ladies before the big day. From refined to risque, here are the best party places in every state.

Mississippi
The Gulf Coast is the Magnolia State’s ideal weekend

By Ashley Mateo - Women's Health

Whether you're a hiker with wanderlust or a runner with a serious bucket list.

Biloxi, MS: Best Resort Perks
The Mississippi Gulf Coast is known for its pristine beaches, and Biloxi is no exception. Visit the casinos hugging the shoreline (they were originally floating barges, per state law, but were rebuilt on land post-Hurricane Katrina)—not just for gambling, but for access to luxury spas, fitness centers, pools, and high-end restaurants.

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