Points of Interest:
Twenty-six miles of sugar-white beaches, public piers, swimming
- all within 15 miles
Eleven of the best casinos with non-stop action, all located
on the beautiful coast
Five islands just a short distance off the coast, accessible
by private charter or tour, 15-30 minutes away
Twenty top-rated golf courses to challenge every skill level
in the area, with green fees lower than most
Fish from our dock or experience great saltwater fishing on
the Mississippi coast
Step back in time with a drive down the beach front to view
outstanding antebellum homes set among the moss-covered trees gracing the
coast. You can begin with the last home of Jefferson Davis - sit on the porch
where he sat to get a sweeping glimpse of the Gulf of Mexico
Fort Massachusetts (Confederate fort): last masonry fort
built by the U.S. Corps of Engineers, 25 minutes away
Maritime and Seafood Industry Museum (Biloxi): an array
of exhibits containing historic photographs and hundreds of one-of-a-kind
artifacts as well as an exhibit dedicated to Gulf Coast hurricanes
CEC/Seabee Historical Foundation, Inc.: depicts the history
of the U.S. Navy's Civil Engineer Corps and the Seabees from the beginnings
(World War II) to the present
Ohr-O'Keefe Museum of Art: largest permanent public exhibition
of Ohr's works in the United States and three galleries exhibiting works of
local and regional artists
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Mobile, AL: Take I-10 west to Gautier/Vancleave Exit 61. Turn
left and go about 1.8 miles to Indian Point on the left (just past the Liberty
From the West: Take I-10 east to Gautier/Vancleave Exit
61. Turn right and go about 1.8 miles to Indian Point on the left (just past
the Liberty Assembly Church).
Of Special Interest:
Come enjoy our:
26 Miles of "Sugar White" beaches, public piers and swimming located on
our beautiful coast.
11 of the best Casinos with non-stop action, all located on the coast.
Five Islands just a short distance off the coast.
Accessible by private boat, charter or Tour Boat. Just 15-30 minutes away.
Fort Massachusetts (Confederate Fort) last masonry fort built by U.S. Corps
25 minutes away 20-Top rated Golf courses to challenge every skill level.
Off our dock or great saltwater fishing in the Gulf.
History: Start with the last home of Jefferson Davis,
the first & last President of the Confederacy. Sit on the shady porch
where Jefferson sat and watch the beautiful Gulf of Mexico. Take a drive down
the sugar white beach and view the outstanding antebellum homes and moss
covered trees that grace the Coast.
The Mississippi Gulf Coast is quickly
rebuilding after the devastation of Katrina. Sadly, many irreplaceable
artifacts have been lost to the waters of the mighty Gulf. However,
places of interest, such as "Beauvoir" (The home of Jefferson
Davis), are being rebuilt with as many authentic materials as is possible to
keep the charm of the Old South intact.