Mississippi Hotel Reservations
Hotels in Jackson, Mississippi
Mississippi's capital city, Jackson is located in central Mississippi along Interstate 20 and the Yazoo River – right on the edge of Bienville National Forest. Served by the Jackson-Evers International Airport, Jackson boasts of surrounding communities like Pearl, Flowood, Clinton, and Richland.
Jackson is known for popular attractions like the Old Capitol Museum, the Eudora Welty House, and the the Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame & Museum. Outdoor enthusiasts, visit Jackson for fishing and boating at Ross R. Barnett Reservoir, or hiking through Lefleur's Bluff State Park – home to the Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame & Museum.
History buffs, be sure to explore the 1848 Boddie Mansion, the Dupree House & Mamie's Cottage, and the Smith Robertson Museum & Cultural Center. Visitors traveling through Jackson in September enjoy the annual CelticFest Mississippi – a celebration honoring the city's Celtic past.
Local Area Favorites
- 23 Things To Do With Kids in MS!
Picnicking in MS's State Parks
The Magnolia State is full of kid-friendly activities, from picnicking in the great outdoors to hands-on learning in famous museums. Take your pick from 23 top destinations.
- Many Mississippi Museums
Windsor Ruins, Claiborne
Check out Magnolia State museums focusing on science, travel, art, history, and famous Mississippians like Elvis and Eudora Welty.
- 8 Great Fishing Destinations in MS!
Fishing in MS.
Anglers of all skill levels cast out their lines in northern, southern, and central MS at these eight outstanding fishing destinations in the Magnolia State.
- Top Things to Do in Jackson
An unbeatable itinerary for your visit to Jackson – covering everything from museums and parks to indie bookstores and more.
- 4 Mississippi Literary Attractions
Check out Mississippi’s attractions meant for lovers of literature, including the Eudora Welty House and the Faulkner Festival.
- 14 Fun Golf Courses in MS!
Scenic, MS Golf Course.
Here are 14 of Mississippi's greatest and most enjoyable golf courses – for veterans and beginners alike – found in the northern, southern, central, and the delta regions of the Magnolia State.
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