Coastal Mississippi offers an ideal destination that combines excitement and relaxation harmoniously along its 62-mile picturesque shoreline. The abundance of opportunities and limitless experiences will create cherished memories filled with adventure, leisure, and the potential to savor the most delectable BBQ shrimp you’ve ever tasted.

Chandeleur Brewing Company
2711 14th Street
Gulfport, MS 39501
Phone: (228) 701-9985 | Tollfree: (601) 543-3063

Chandeleur Brewing Company brews ales using only malted barley, hops, and local ingredients. Open Thursday-Friday 4pm to 7pm, Saturday 1pm to 4pm. Admission charged.

Crittenden Distillery LLC
19193 Highway 43
Kiln, MS 39556
Phone: (228) 216-2363

Crittenden Distillery, LLC is a small craft distillery producing Rye, Corn, and Bourbon Whiskey. OPENING SOON!

Fly Llama Brewing
186 Bohn Street
Biloxi, MS 39530
(228) 207-7757

Located right off historic Howard Avenue just steps away from MGM Park, Fly Llama Brewing offers a rotating tap line as cool and eclectic as their name. With fourteen beers and four seltzers on draft, owner and brewmaster David Reese looks to celebrate traditional styles while pushing the boundaries of brewing traditions. Open Tuesday-Thursday 4pm to 9pm, Friday 3pm to 11pm, Saturday 12pm to 11pm, Sunday 12pm to 7pm.

Fort Bayou Brewing Company
6616 Rose Farm Road
Ocean Springs, MS 39564
(228) 300-2278

Fort Bayou Brewing Company is named after a nearby waterway and embodies the spirit of fun and relaxation this area is known for. FBBC believes in a serious brewing process, but don’t expect us to take ourselves too seriously. No pretentiousness here, simply brewing quality beer for the art and respect of the craft. Brewing since 1990, FBBC’s Head Brewer has seasoned his skills in California, Washington D.C., and England. Open Wednesday-Thursday 4 to 9pm, Friday 4 to 11pm, Saturday 2 to 11pm, Sunday 2 to 9pm.

Lazy Magnolia Brewing Company
7030 Roscoe Turner Road
Kiln, MS 39556
Phone: (228) 467-2727

Lazy Magnolia, Mississippi’s first brewery, brews craft beer sold locally and regionally. Tours of the brewery are offered with participants receiving a Lazy Magnolia pint glass and sample of up to 6 different brews. Brewery tours are kid and family friendly. Kids tour for free and get a special Mississippi-mad treat. No samples will be given to anyone under the age of 21.
Tours are on Thursday and Friday afternoons at 4, 5, and 6 pm. All guests are required to tour the facility before they can receive their complimentary beer samples. Last call is at 7:15pm and the brewery will close at 7:30pm.
Thanks to a grant from the MGCNHA, Lazy Magnolia will open a new visitors lounge at the brewery soon.

Lost Spring Brewing Co.
700 Bellande Avenue
Ocean Springs, MS 39564
(228) 297-7865

All Lost Spring Brewing Co. beers are brewed by hand in our in-house cellar. Small batch size (65 gallons) is perfect for offering a wide variety of locally inspired ales. Visit us and check out our seasonally crafted cocktail menu, or have one of our talented local bartenders find your perfect mix. Entire seasonal wine list available by the glass! Open Wednesday-Thursday 12pm to 9pm, Friday-Saturday 12pm to 12am, Sunday 12pm to 5pm.

Alice Moseley Folk Art & Antique Museum
Historic Train Depot, 1928 Depot Way
Bay St Louis, MS 39520
Phone: (228) 467-9223

Alice Moseley Folk Art Museum, located inside the historic train depot 2nd floor, features over 50 original folk art paintings, antique furniture, pottery and art glass. The inside of the museum is a replica of the interior of Miss Alice’s house! Admission Free. Open Tuesday-Saturday 10am to 6pm, Sunday 12-6pm.

Bay St Louis Historic L&N Train Depot
1928 Depot Way
Bay St Louis, MS 39520
Phone: (228) 463-9222 | Tollfree: (800) 466-9048

The “depot,” is a two-story building with mission style design. The train depot, (c. 1928), is surrounded by park-like grounds, and once served as the centerpiece of the film, “This Property is Condemned” starring Robert Redford and Natalie Wood. The historic L & N Train Depot is designated a “Mississippi Landmark,” and currently houses the Hancock County Tourism, Bay St Louis Mardi Gras Museum, and Alice Moseley Folk Art Museum. Located across from the “depot” is “Depot Row” which houses several shops and restaurants.

Bay St Louis Mardi Gras Museum
Historic Train Depot, 1928 Depot Way
Bay St Louis, MS 39520

Bay St Louis Mardi Gras Museum, located inside the historic train depot, features over a dozen elaborate Mardi Gras costumes. No admission charged.
Open Monday-Friday 9am to 4pm, Saturday 9am to 5pm

Beauvoir – The Jefferson Davis Home & Presidential Library
2244 Beach Boulevard
Biloxi, MS 39531
Phone: (228) 388-4400

Beauvoir and the Jefferson Davis Presidential Library present a rich history of Jefferson Davis and his last home on a stunning 51 acre expanse on the Gulf Coast. The Beauvoir mansion is restored to 1889 when Davis lived in this house. Both the Library Pavilion and Hayes Cottages have been replicated as well as a cistern behind Beauvoir mansion.
The new Jefferson Davis Presidential Library and museum is open. The grounds also include a Confederate Cemetery where the Tomb of the Unknown Confederate Soldier and the grave of Jefferson Davis’ father, Samuel, are located. Varina Davis’ Rose Garden has been restored.
Daily Summer Hours: 8am to 6pm, Winter Hours: 9am to 5pm – Admission Charged.

Biloxi Visitors Center
1050 Beach Boulevard
Biloxi, MS 39530
Phone: (228) 374-3105 | Tollfree: (800) 245-6943

Biloxi Visitors Center is a 23,000 square foot facility, which provides visitors with information on hotels, restaurants, attractions, and events. The visitor center is not only a place to obtain information on the area, but it is an attraction in itself!
The rooms in the center are spacious with 12-foot ceilings; flanked on both sides by sunlit parlor-style rooms, the reception desk sits waiting to welcome visitors. The west parlor contains two historic displays begin a 2,500 square foot multi-media exhibit, which continues in the Tommy Munro Gallery, about Biloxi’s history and heritage from French explorer days to present day. Visitors get the use of “Audio wands” to listen to the descriptions while viewing the pictures. Continuing the tour, guests can view the show “We are Biloxi,” a nine-minute day-in-the-life-of-Biloxi movie in the theatre available throughout the day, along with the showing of “Katrina & Biloxi,” a 50-minute documentary shown daily at 10am & 2pm.

Dusti Bonge Art Exhibition
370 Meaut Street
Biloxi, MS 39530
(228) 436-0660

Bongé was one of only a few female Abstract Expressionists in the extraordinary 1950’s when New York rivaled Paris as the center of the art world. Her paintings are in the same class as those of the male artists who represent the best of Abstract Expressionism and one of the most significant eras in American art. Her work has caught the attention of collectors, historians, museums, and art lovers throughout the country! Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 10am-4pm.

Fort Massachusetts – Gulf Islands National Seashore
12 miles off the Mississippi Coast
Phone: 228-864-1014

Fort Massachusetts is located on the western tip of Ship Island – 12 miles south of Gulfport and operated under the Gulf Islands National Seashore. Fort Massachusetts was one of the last Third System forts constructed. The importance of this location is the strategic deep water harbor located near the island. It was used by the British to stage their invasion of New Orleans in the War of 1812.
Construction of Fort Massachusetts did not begin until 1859, and by the beginning of the Civil War, little had been completed. It was occupied by a short time by the Confederates; however they later abandoned it to the Federals. The island was later used by the Federal troops to stage their invasion of New Orleans. Construction of the fort continued during the Civil War, with supplies brought in by ship from the North. Construction ended by 1866. The fort was never fully armed, and only manned by caretaker detachments from the end of the Civil War until its abandonment by the army around 1900.

G.I. Museum
5796 Ritcher Road
Ocean Springs, MS 39564
Phone: (228) 872-1943

G. I Museum – “Where Military History Comes Alive” – This exceptional museum is filled with over 16,000 pieces of memorabilia. The museum is a visual reminder of the men & women who served in the armed forces and sacrificed & endured “so that we can remain free today!” A visit to this historical museum is truly a memorable attraction.
Open Wednesdays 10am-5pm & 1st & 3rd Sunday Monthly 10am – 5pm or by appointment.

Gulfport Museum of History
1419 27th Avenue
Gulfport, MS 39501
(228) 863-4408

The Gulfport Museum of History, operated by the Historical Society of Gulfport, features few permanent displays, such as that of Gulfport native John C. Robinson, the Brown Condor, and changing exhibits. Gulfport was built on industry, on the port and on the railroad and those fine people that worked hard to build it. Open Thursday-Saturday 10am to 3pm.

Hurricane Camille Memorial
Highway 90 & Bellman Street
Biloxi, MS 39530

The beautiful but somber Hurricane Camille Memorial is on the Episcopal Church of the Redeemer’s Biloxi beachfront grounds. Katrina destroyed the church and damaged the memorial. The memorial is now repaired and serves as a reminder of the 172 dead or missing on the Mississippi Coast. Located just east of the Biloxi Small Craft Harbor.

Hurricane Katrina Memorial
Highway 90 & Main Street
Biloxi, MS 39530

Memorial dedicated to the MS Gulf Coast victims who perished in Hurricane Katrina – the worst natural disaster to hit the United States on August 29, 2005. The Memorial stands 12 feet tall, contains a tile inlay of a wave, a glass case containing various items from destroyed buildings, and the names of the 170 victims that perished during the storm.

Kate Lobrano House (Historical Society)
108 Cue Street
Bay St Louis, MS 39520
(228) 467-4090

The Kate Lobrano House was constructed in the traditional shotgun style. The Victorian-style architecture is accented with extensive displays of historic photos of the area. See the turn-of-the-century furnishings in the parlor or the Indian artifacts on display. Open Monday-Friday 10am to 12pm & 1 to 3pm.

Mardi Gras Museum
119 Rue Magnolia
Biloxi, MS 39530
Phone: (228) 435-6308

Located in the restored historic Magnolia Hotel, Biloxi’s Mardi Gras Museum traces the three hundred year history of the celebration of Mardi Gras on the Gulf Coast. On display are costumes, photographs and memorabilia of carnival celebrations along the coast. The gift shop is currently open Tues – Sat, 10am-4pm.

Maritime & Seafood Industry Museum
115 1st Street
Biloxi, MS 39530
Phone: (228) 435-6320

The Maritime & Seafood Industry Museum was established in 1986 to preserve and interpret the maritime history and heritage of the Mississippi Gulf Coast. The recently completed museum accomplishes this mission through an array of exhibits, artifacts and an extraordinary collection of photographs which tell the story from the time of the first Indian settlement through generations of immigrants whose journey contributed to the melting-pot culture of the Gulf Coast.
Open Monday-Saturday from 9-4:30 and Sunday from Noon-4 p.m. Gift shop available.

Mississippi Aviation Heritage Museum
429 Pass Road
Gulfport, MS 39507
(228) 241-1300

The Mississippi Aviation Museum highlights the state’s rich aviation history, and is filled with STEM-interactive exhibits that includes 14 touch tables teaching aviation, a flight simulator, live mechanics working on and renovating airplanes and a theater that looks like the interior of an airliner.

Mississippi Coast Model Railroad Museum
504 Pass Road
Gulfport, MS 39507
Phone: (228) 284-5731

The Mississippi Coast Model Railroad Museum has close to 200 years of train history including a model train that honors POW-MIAs from Vietnam & WWII. There are gauges Z through G in addition to LG scale riding trains. There is an almost 1 million piece LEGO display that is fun for adults and children.
This past year outdoor displays have been which include a Jurassic Park layout, outdoor alligators and turtles that coincide with the Swamp Train.
Be sure to like our Facebook page and lookout for LEGO builds and upcoming events. The museum be growing into a 3rd building and offer more educational aspects.
Regular hours: Tuesday-Saturday 12-5pm. Admission is free, donations accepted.

Mississippi Vietnam Veterans Memorial/USS Mississippi CGN 40 Main Mast & WWII/USS Tullibee Memorial
3730 Bienville Boulevard
Ocean Springs, MS 39564

The Mississippi Vietnam Veterans Memorial is a beautiful black granite memorial built in 1996. The memorial is a tribute to the men and women who served in the Vietnam War. Two black granite walls face each other, with the names of the 668 Mississippians killed in the war engraved, and photographic images of many of the GIS listed are laser-etched into the granite.

Ohr-O’Keefe Museum of Art
386 Beach Boulevard
Biloxi, MS 39530
Phone: (228) 374-5547

Enjoy the art and architecture of the Ohr-O’Keefe Museum of Art, designed by Frank O. Gehry, Gehry Partners LLP. Located under majestic oaks on the beautiful Mississippi Sound, OOMA features the ceramics of George E. Ohr (1857-1918), the self-proclaimed “Mad Potter of Biloxi,” as well as contemporary and historic exhibitions. The Ohr-O’Keefe Museum is a Smithsonian Affiliate.
Mississippi Sound Welcome Center: No admission fee. The Welcome Center provides visitor information services and amenities, including free WIFI. Shop for one of a kind fine craft pieces by Mississippi artists in the Museum Store. Exhibits are free to view in the Welcome Center.
Exhibition Galleries: Admission Charged
IP Casino Resort Spa Exhibitions Gallery
Gallery of African American Art/Star Gallery/Beau Rivage Resort Casino Gallery
Pleasant Reed Interpretive Center
City of Biloxi Center for Ceramics
John S. and James L. Knight Gallery – “The Pods”
Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 10am – 5pm

Scranton Museum
Pascagoula River Park – 4100 Clark Street
Pascagoula, MS 39568
Phone: 228-938-2356

The Scranton Museum is a 70’ Shrimp Boat (once a working shrimp boat) with exhibits. Glimpse the life and ways of coastal shrimpers. This museum is docked in River Park, floating on the Pascagoula River and provides a unique setting to learn about many Gulf Coast marine topics. Admission charged. Open Friday & Saturday 10am to 5pm.
Directions – Take Highway 90 to Jerry St. Pe’ Highway, turn left at the first traffic light, then left at the stop sign and continue until you reach the park.

USS Biloxi Mast
693 Beach Boulevard
Biloxi, MS 39530
(228) 385-6000

The USS Biloxi: A distinguished record of service. The 608-foot, 10,000-ton vessel, known by her 1,200 officers and crew as “The Busy Bee,” earned nine battle stars during her service from January 1944 to May 1945. It was during that period that the Biloxi completed one of the longest continuous tours of combat duty by any U.S. warship, never missing a major operation in the Pacific. The ship’s superstructure, the Purple Heart display and garden, and other war-related markers sit proudly in the Biloxi Small Craft Harbor.

Walter Anderson Museum of Art
510 Washington Avenue
Ocean Springs, MS 39564
Phone: (228) 872-3164

A visit to the Walter Anderson Museum of Art, opened in 1991 dedicated to celebrating the works of Walter Inglis Anderson (1903-1965), American master, whose depictions of the plants, animals, and people of the Gulf Coast have placed him among the forefront of American painters of the Twentieth Century; and to his brothers, Peter Anderson (1901-1984), master potter and founder of Shearwater Pottery; and James McConnell Anderson (1907-1998), noted painter and ceramist.
The watercolors, drawings, oils, block prints, ceramics, and carvings by the three Anderson brothers are all represented in the museum’s permanent collection. Diverse changing exhibitions, many featuring the work of other significant artists, occur throughout the year.
The museum’s sky lit interior of warm southern yellow pine includes a main galleria and two additional galleries, which echo the natural beauty and simplicity of its setting. Adjacent to the museum is the Ocean Springs Community Center, home of Walter Anderson’s largest mural.
Admission Charged.
Museum Hours:
Monday-Saturday 9:30am-4:30pm, Sunday 12:30-4:30pm

War & Peace – The T.F. Monti Private Model Collection
117 Highway 90
Waveland, MS 39576
(504) 914-9618

WAR & PEACE: the T.F. Monti Private Model Collection consists of approximately 4,000 handmade, plastic airplanes, rockets, tanks, jeeps, ships, automobiles, trucks, horse drawn wagons, fire engines, and an assortment of figure models. The attraction is open by appointment only. Usually visitors can be accommodated with only a short notice. Admission is free. Children are welcome.

Waveland’s Ground Zero Hurricane Museum
335 Coleman Avenue
Waveland, MS 39576
Phone: (228) 467-9012

Located in a restored historic school this museum features awe-inspiring exhibits ranging from photography to interactive displays to a remarkable hand-carved carousel. Open Tuesday, Friday, and Saturday, 10am to 3pm. Admission is free, donations are accepted.

Big Play Family Fun Center
1836 Beach Boulevard
Biloxi, MS 39531
(228) 388-7529

Big Play Entertainment Center is a State-of-the-Art Premier Entertainment Complex perfect location for Family Fun, Date Nights, Birthday Celebrations, Team Building and Corporate and Group Events, up to 700 can be accommodated for groups.

Biloxi Tour Train
Porter Avenue & Highway 90 @ Lighthouse
Biloxi, MS 39530
Phone: (228) 374-8687

For more than fifty years, the Biloxi Tour Train has treated thousands of visitors to an historical journey. The “SHRIMP TRAIN” as it is affectionately called, is a 90 minute narrated tour through Biloxi’s Historical District. Enjoy authentic Biloxi hospitality on a casual open-air tour that is perfect for everyone. Reservations suggested! Call for departure times.
Your journey begins at the Biloxi Lighthouse and travels the neighborhood streets lined with 18th and 19th century architecture. Yes, Katrina did destroy many historical points of interest. Some may never return. However, all is not lost. You can still experience the people, places and sites that make up the rich cultural heritage that is unique to Biloxi. Enjoy a casual open air tour that is perfect for everyone. Individuals, groups, seniors, children, newlyweds and kin folks alike enjoy this unique journey.

Center for Marine Education & Research
Ocean Adventures Marine Park
10801 Dolphin Lane
Gulfport, MS 39503
(228) 617-8057

Ocean Adventures Marine Park offers guests an up-close experience with dolphins, sea lions, stingrays, sharks and birds. We have an interactive museum and Discovery Room to explore. Our self-guided tours are available daily, Rain or Shine! To make your experience even more special call ahead to book one of our many Animal Experience Adventures. (Weather Permitting) Open daily 9am to 4pm (Last ticket sold at 2pm).

Downtown Cart Rentals
1316 Government Street
Ocean Springs, MS 39564

Downtown Cart Rentals offers a great way to get around Downtown Ocean Springs for shopping, dining or visiting attractions. The carts seat 4 or 6 passengers. Rent for 1, 4, 8, or 24 hours. Visit online to rent your cart today. NOTE: No carts are allowed on Highway 90.

Finishline Performance Karting
1782 Beach Boulevard
Biloxi, MS 39531

(228) 207-4519
Finishline Performance Karting is a state of the art outdoor Go-Kart racing complex offering the ultimate experience for both kids and adults.

Gulfport Dragway
17085 Race Track Road
Gulfport, MS 39503
Phone: (228) 863-4408

Gulfport Dragway is a ¼ mile drag strip which features races on Wednesday nights. Spectator admission charged.
Gates open at 6pm – weather permitting. Gulfport Dragway is located off exit 31 on I-10. Go south on Canal Road. Cross over the Railroad tracks go about 1 mile, turn left onto Racetrack Road, continue to Gulfport Dragway.
Bracket drag racing is the most equal opportunity sport in the world. Man and women, young or old, all have an equal chance. Bracket racing is easy to learn and entry fees are less than the average rock concert, but you can win cash and prizes worth 1,000s of dollars. Open year round.

Gun Ho Indoor Shooting Range
323 East North Street
Pass Christian, MS 39571
Phone: (228) 452-9991

Gun Ho Indoor Shooting Range is a 55,000 square foot full service indoor shooting range open to visitors as well as full time members. The facility offers a wide variety of services to the experienced shooter and for those who have never put their hands on a gun. Gun Ho rents guns for you to use on the range. Inside there are eight firing ranges which consist of 30-yard tracks with moving targets. No reservation needed. Fees Apply. Rules Must Be Followed. Open daily & year round.

INFINITY Science Center
1 Discovery Circle
Pearlington, MS 39572
Phone: (228) 533-9025

From the moment you arrive at INFINITY, you will be caught up in the excitement of discovery! Located on the Mississippi Gulf Coast, INFINITY Science Center is a non-profit science museum that also serves as the official visitor center for NASA Stennis Space Center. INFINITY encompasses a mix of exhibit space and hands-on experiential programming that seeks to be a place where guests can explore Earth and space through exhibits, tours through natural habitats and historic sites and citizen science programs. From the ocean’s depths to the farthest reaches of outer space, INFINITY unveils the sights, sounds, textures, and smells of great past discoveries, and offers a rare glimpse at future missions into uncharted space.
Indoors, guests can explore 35,000 square feet of exhibit space, including a Hurricane Prediction Lab, which teaches guests about the science of storms and how data is used in severe weather prediction. The Carnivorous Plants Conservatory showcases the region’s indigenous meat-eating plants including the prevalent pitcher plant. Kids will love the Big Blue Blocks which teaches the fundamentals of engineering. Explore the Habitat Corridors to learn how the turtle crosses the road – and then try your hand at constructing your own bridge or road crossing.
Outdoors, take a stroll along INFINITY’s Biome Boardwalk, which traverses 4 different biomes and natural habitats, and observe the native plants and wildlife along the way. Two observation decks provide a great place to rest and take in the sights and sounds of nature. During the spring and summer, INFINITY offers guided tram tours down the Possum Walk Trail, a 7-mile guided experiences that teaches guests about the ecology and history of the area. Marvel at the magnificence of the Apollo 19 Saturn V S-1C – an authentic artifact from the Apollo program that sent man to the moon.
INFINITY admission includes a bus tour of NASA Stennis Space Center. Bus tours are on a first come, first served basis, and ID is required for passengers 18 and older.
With exhibits continually updated, return trips to INFINITY are encouraged. INFINITY is located adjacent to the Mississippi Welcome Center in Hancock County right off Interstate 10, Mississippi Exit 2 South (Hwy 607).
Hours: Monday-Saturday 9 am-4 pm – Admission Charged

Life’s A Beach Scooter Rentals
1821 Beach Boulevard
Biloxi, MS 39531
(228) 697-5176

Life’s A Beach Scooter Rentals, LLC has Polaris Slingshots, specialty jeeps, 2 person Scoot Coupe scooters for rent by the hour or by the day. Bikes also available for rent. Must be at least 18 years old and have a valid drivers license. Credit cards accepted.

Lynn Meadows Discovery Center
246 Dolan Avenue
Gulfport, MS 39507
(228) 207-0129

Lynn Meadows Discovery Center is much more than a children’s museum. It’s a place where children and adults of every age can imagine, create and have fun! Just off the beach in Gulfport sits a colorful old school building, whimsical and welcoming, awaiting children to come and play. Open Monday -Saturday 10am-5pm, Sunday Noon-5pm.

Mississippi Aquarium
2100 E Beach Boulevard
Gulfport, MS 39501
(228) 897-6039

The Mississippi Aquarium tells the incredible story of Mississippi’s aquatic resources from the Delta to the coastline and the remarkable connection that ties all of the state’s natural resources together. Featuring the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico and beyond, the roaring waters of the mighty Mississippi River and the wetlands and marshes of the tranquil bayous, the story of Mississippi’s natural resources has never been told in this extraordinary way. Visit website to purchase tickets.

Skal Axe Throwing
918 Howard Avenue, Ste A
Biloxi, MS 39530
(228) 365-2298

Skål Axe Throwing is a regulated sport. Add great people, music, atmosphere, refreshments and friendly competition for an over-the-top experience unlike any other. The lanes offer the primal thrill of burying cold steel into splintering wood from over 12 feet away. Your throwing coaches make sure your axe throwing experience is easy and safe for everyone, including kids as young as 13!

Slow Ride Pedal Tours
10118 Desoto Street
Ocean Springs, MS 39564

Hop aboard and take a Slow Ride through downtown Ocean Springs on this unique, 14-seat pedal bar. Take in the sights and sounds of Ocean Springs on a 2 hour cruise along city streets. Each tour holds up to 14 people with 10 pedal stations, BUT there must be at least 8 people pedaling for each tour.

Topgolf Swing Suite
Beau Rivage Resort & Casino

Biloxi, MS 39530
(228) 386-7111

Topgolf Swing Suite is an immersive experience offering a comfy lounge to play and enjoy fantastic food and drinks. With multiple massive virtual screens and a wide selection of exciting arcade games, the Swing Suite delivers a one-of-a-kind experience that’s fun for golfers and non-golfers alike. Open Monday-Thursday 3pm to 10pm, Friday 3pm to 12am, Saturday 11am to 2am, Sunday 12pm to 10pm.

Altitude Trampoline Park
9444 Highway 49 N
Gulfport, MS 39503
Phone: (228) 314-3316

Altitude Trampoline Park is a 43,000 square foot facility featuring a variety of activities, including trampolines, tumble tracks, dodge ball courts and foam pits. Rooms for private parties and space for birthday,s field trips or any size group. Open Monday-Thursday 11am to 9pm, Friday 11am to 11pm, Saturday 9am to 11pm, Sunday 12 to 8pm.

Escape at Margaritaville Resort Biloxi
195 Beach Boulevard
Biloxi, MS 39530
Phone: (228) 271-6377 | Tollfree: (800) 794-1582

Escape at Margaritaville Resort Biloxi features a 40 foot, two story Volcano Rock Climbing Wall, Sky Trail & Sky Tykes ropes course, the Cloud Coaster, two-multi-game golf simulators, size lanes of boutique bowling, and hundreds of the most popular, state of the art, arcade games. Restaurants, 373 hotel rooms, and nightlife make this a perfect family vacation.

Lava Links Golf Club
Scarlet Pearl Casino Resort
9380 Central Ave
D’Iberville, MS 39540
Phone: (228) 392-1889 | Tollfree: (888) 752-9772

Scarlet Pearl’s Lava Links Golf Club features two 18-hole miniature golf courses, an erupting volcano surrounded by lush gardens, waterfalls, footbridges and great music. Promising fun for the whole family.
Hours Monday-Thursday 12pm to 8pm, Friday 12pm to 10pm, Saturday 10am to 10pm and Sunday 10am to 8pm.

Mullet Hop Trampoline Park
3200 Mallett Road Suite G
Diberville, MS 39540
Phone: (228) 273-2934

The Mullet Hope Trampoline is a 18,000 square foot facility featuring wall to wall trampoline activities, including a main large open trampoline court, a trampoline dodgeball arena, slam dunk basketball, two massive foam pits with nearly 10,000 foam cubes in which to land after attempting your bravest trampoline stunts. With indoor access to Cypress Lanes,
you will be able to visit the arcade, bar and grill area, as well as bowl on one of the 24 state-of-the-art lanes. Open Sunday-Thursday 10am to 10pm, Friday-Saturday 10am to 12am.

Zip’n Fun Adventure Park
17200 16th Street
Gulfport, MS 39501
Phone: (228) 206-7056

Experience a squirrels eye view of nature by making your way through our 50 game, tree-to-tree obstacle course. Adult and children’s course. Please allow 2 to 3 hours per visit to complete the entire course.
Now open, advanced reservations required.

Betsy Ann Riverboat – Biloxi Mississippi
173 Beach Boulevard
Biloxi, MS 39530
(228) 229-4270

Betsy Ann Riverboat – Mississippi Gulf Coast is a stern wheel paddleboat with upper deck and closed cabin offering 2 hour trip in the Mississippi Sound and Back Bay Biloxi with a focus on history, wildlife, and ecology. Enjoy beautiful scenery including dolphins, pelicans and herons. Colorful narration by captain or guide. Also offering Sunset and dinner cruises. Enjoy beautiful sunsets overlooking the Mississippi Sound. Share special memories with friends and family while being entertained on a 2 hour cruise. Unique and wonderful way to view the coast.

Biloxi Bay Kayak Rentals
9485 Fournier Ave
D’Iberville, MS 39540
Phone: (228) 243-0410
Located on the beautiful Biloxi Bay, Back Bay Kayak Rentals is east of the Scarlet Pearl Casino and provides drop off and pick up when you rent a Back Bay Kayak. Open year-round during daylight hours, weather permitting.

Biloxi Schooners
367 Beach Boulevard
Schooner Pier Complex
Biloxi, MS 39533
Phone: (228) 435-6320

The Maritime & Seafood Industry Museum has recaptured a piece of history with an authentic replica of a Biloxi oyster schooner sailing experience. For a truly unique way of enjoying the Mississippi Gulf Coast, step on board and join our professional captain and crew for a beautiful sail along the Biloxi Beachfront. See the coastline and islands during a tranquil sail and watch for dolphins.
Available for day sailing or charter, the vessels can accommodate up to 44 passengers for weddings, dockside parties, receptions, birthdays, or other special events.
Boarding at the Schooner Pier Complex, 367 Beach Blvd, Biloxi (located just West of Harrah’s Gulf Coast). Open All Year! Admission Charged.

Biloxi Shrimping Trip
693 Beach Boulevard
Biloxi Small Craft Harbor
Biloxi, MS 39530
Phone: (228) 392-8645

The pride & heritage of Biloxi comes alive aboard this unique & interesting cruise. The Biloxi Shrimping Trip exposes guests to the spectacular world of sea life caught on a real shrimping expedition. Upon leaving the harbor, the shrimping net is set out with full details on what makes the net spread and operate correctly. The net will catch any & all sea creatures in its path, along with shrimp. The varieties range from blue crabs, flounder, stingray, oysterfish, squid, pufferfish and other species of local marine life. The entire catch is identified and presented for your inspection by the Captain! This 70-minute “Living Marine Adventure” cruise navigated in the calm, protected waters between Deer Island and the Biloxi shoreline for your comfort.
Summer Schedule
March 15th – August 6th
10:30am & 1:30pm & 3:30pm Daily
Fall Schedule
August 7th – October 31st
10:30am & 1:30pm
Schedule subject to change without notice. Tours are weather permitting, and are on a “first come, first serve” basis. Reservations not accepted. No credit cards accepted.

Gulf Coast Gator Ranch & Airboat Tours
10300 Highway 90
Moss Point, MS 39562
(228) 452-7666

Gator Ranch & Airboat Swamp Tours on the Gulf Coast shows you some of the oldest and largest alligators in captivity. The Gator Ranch is the oldest gator farm in the State of Mississippi. See some of the most pristine swamplands and get up close to bird life in abundance on 105 acres bordering the Grand Bay Estuary in Moss Point/Pascagoula. Open daily (weather permitting) March 1 to October 31 8am to 6pm and November 1 to February 28 8am to 4pm during the winter. Admission Charged.

Gulf Islands Waterpark
13100 16th Street
Located off I-10 (exit Highway 49 North to Landon Road)
Gulfport, MS 39503
Phone: (228) 328-1266

Gulf Islands Waterpark is SOAK’N FUN featuring wild rides, miles of slides and cool summer fun for all ages! Enjoy the Horn Island Blaster, the Coast’s first and only water roller coaster! The Camille Cutter takes up to three people on a 400-plus foot ride in a rafting adventure. The whole family can share together in one giant raft on an 84-inch open flume. Deer Island Express is a tube slide complex that takes you 357 feet on a single tube from a 38-foot incline with the fastest splash-down in the park. Cat Island Catapult is one of the various tube slides for young and old alike, as this twisting waterway plunges you almost 155 feet. It’s a thrill-rush for all to enjoy!
Lil’ Pelican’s Bay offers an assortment of water activities, and Ship Island Wreck gives kids 2 and older unexpected twists and turns as you race down this water slide and navigate your way to a splash down. The Spray St. Louis provides tot-sized fun for children and parents.
The Padscagoula – Kids crossing area for kids and teens. Test your skills as you try to scale across 27 feet of slippery pads while not falling in! The Lazy Pearl River flows by nearly every attraction and can get you all around the park with ease. Satisfy your hunger cravings at the popular Petit Bois Island Café or Polly’s Sweet Stuff. Lifejackets, tubes and parking are free.
If you’re seeking a fun getaway for groups as small as 15 or a company picnic of a few hundred, Gulf Islands Waterpark has special group pricing custom-made for you. Group rates are available for all companies, churches, youth affiliated programs, non-profit groups and groups of any kind. Call the group sales office at 1-866-485-3386 ext:106 today and reserve your space at least 72 hours in advance.
Gulf Island Water Park is located in Gulfport Sportsplex just north of Interstate 10. Take Highway 49 north to Landon Road, turn west at the light and then enter Gulfport Sportsplex. (Seasonal – May – Labor Day).

Life’s A Beach Rental
Gulfport & Biloxi
Biloxi, MS 39531
Phone: (228) 697-5176
Life’s A Beach Rental offers Jet Skis, Wave Runners, Umbrellas, Chairs and Aqua Cycles. ID required to rent jet skis or wave runners and children under 16 must have signed permission by legal guardian or parent.
Four locations to serve you – Located across from Legacy Condominiums, Gulfport
East of Debuys Rd, Biloxi
East of Rodenburg Ave, Biloxi
Porter Ave (Biloxi Lighthouse), Biloxi
Seasonal (March – October) Fees apply – major credit cards accepted.

Nauti-Toons Boat Rentals
119 Beach Blvd
Biloxi, MS 39530
Phone: (228) 234-6969

Rent a pontoon from Nauti-Toons, for a day on the water and have fun with family and friends. Take a boat to one of the nearby barrier islands or beaches and spend the afternoon swimming and having a private picnic. Several restaurants have docks so you can visit a local restaurant while enjoying a day on the water.

Parasail Adventures
Point Cadet Marina
Biloxi, MS 39530
Phone: (985) 201-5002

Parasail Adventuresis a family owned and operated parasail company offering a large Premium parasail boat and custom parachutes allowing us to fly up to three people at once. Not only will you parasail but you will enjoy a relaxing boat ride to Biloxi Bay.
Open (seasonal) daily 9am-6pm – Reservations required. Fees apply.

Ship Island Excursions
Gulfport Yacht Harbor
Gulfport, MS 39502
Phone: (228) 864-1014

Ship Island Excursions offers daily passenger ferry service to West Ship Island and Fort Massachusetts (circa 1858), part of Gulf Island National Seashore. The island is approximately 10 miles offshore from Gulfport/Biloxi offering visitors beautiful high quality beaches, and clear Gulf waters for swimming, shelling, birding, sunbathing and more.
The cruise to the barrier island takes about an hour one way, and dolphin sightings are frequent during the boat ride! Food service, chair, and umbrella rentals are available on the island. Cruises begin in March and go through October – click for schedule.
Ship Island Excursions is located in the Gulfport Yacht Harbor near the intersection of Highway 49.

T&J Island Cruises
Biloxi Boardwalk Marina
200 8th Street
Biloxi, MS 39530
Phone: (228) 217-6147

T&J Island Cruises offers half & full day Barrier Island cruises – lunch or dinner cruise. Water, soft drinks & snacks provided on all cruises. Call for details, hours and reservations.
Departs Biloxi Boardwalk Marina.

Twisted Tiki Tours
100 Jody Compretta Drive
Bay Saint Louis, MS 39520
(228) 304-2611

Twisted Tiki Tours is Biloxi’s newest floating venue: a 50-foot tiki-themed pontoon boat outfitted with cushioned seats, sound system, restroom, dance floor, and a tiki bar. See our beautiful Gulf Coast from the water as you spend time with old friends and make new friends on our cruise. Book online today!

Whipasnapa Sightseeing Trips
3367 Bay Shore Drive
D’Iberville Marina
D’Iberville, MS 39540
Phone: (228) 229-6978

Whipasnapa offers a 2-hour sightseeing cruise around Biloxi. Bring your favorite beverage, bottle of wine, or soft drinks and, if you would like, get dropped off at a nice eatery located on the water.
Trips to any of the barrier islands to view, swim, relax, fish, tan or just party also offered. Crabbing, snorkeling, scuba diving, camping, bow fishing, flounder trips, & custom trips are available.

Wolf River Canoe & Kayak
21640 Tucker Road
Long Beach, MS 39560
Phone: (228) 452-7666

Famous for its white sand beaches and winding waterways, the Wolf River is the perfect playground for the amateur or experienced canoer and kayaker alike!
Just minutes from the gulf beaches, the cool waters of the Wolf River flow over adventurous clay formations, twist around pristine white sand beaches, and meander through peaceful woodlands. Swim, picnic, camp,.