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Plan a Pet-Friendly Getaway to Coastal Mississippi

For many of us, boarding the pets we love so much before a getaway simply isn’t an option. Whether it’s a dog, a cat, or an emotional therapy peacock, the destinations that allow you to bring your beloved animals are often going to be the most appealing choices when deciding where to vacation. Luckily, Coastal Mississippioffers numerous activities as well as places to stay, all with furry friends in tow. Disclaimer: if you have an exotic animal you wish to bring along to one of these places, it’s always a good idea to call ahead and confirm that it’s okay…

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Plan Your Next Guys Weekend in Coastal Mississippi

When you're not watching Vijay Singh rack up birdies at the Rapiscan Systems Classic this March, you'll need an itinerary of activities to enjoy with your buddies off the green. Check out Coastal Mississippi's suggestions below! Charter Fishing What better way to immerse yourself in Coastal Mississippi culture than to take advantage of some of the best sport fishing in the world? With charter fishing companies from Pascagoula to Waveland, and everywhere in between, there are countless options available to book a trip and land the big one…

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One Year of Craft Beer on the Mississippi Gulf Coast

It's been exactly one year since Mississippi Gulf Coast breweries were legally allowed to serve and sell beer in their taprooms, but that hasn't stopped the local industry leaders from putting years of hard work into their craft (pun intended). But in that one short year, business has been booming! Be sure to check out at least one of these breweries, if not all of them the next time you're visiting the Coast! Lazy Magnolia Brewing Company Craft beer in Mississippi may no longer end with "Lazy Mag," but it definitely begins there…

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Winter Activities in Coastal Mississippi

While Coastal Mississippi will probably never be confused with the Rocky Mountains come wintertime, it can get a little chillier than the locals, spoiled by the 80 degree-and-above temperature for most of the year, are used to. With an average high temperature of 61 F in January according to Expedia, snowbirds often choose The Secret when trying to escape the bitter Midwest cold. If 61 degrees is still a little too cold for you, you’ll be pleased to know Coastal Mississippi offers many indoor attractions that are great for family outings…

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