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Gulf Coast

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The Mississippi Gulf Coast is the southernmost region of Mississippi along the Gulf of Mexico.

Cities[edit]

Map of Gulf Coast (Mississippi)

  • 1 Bay St Louis - despite taking a hard hit from Hurricane Katrina, the town still has lots of charm and a local art scene.
  • 2 Biloxi
  • 3 Collins
  • 4 D'Iberville
  • 5 Gautier
  • 6 Gulfport - Mississippi's 2nd largest city is on the coast.
  • 7 Hattiesburg - Mississippi's 3rd largest city is inland, home to University of Southern Mississippi
  • 8 McHenry
  • 9 Ocean Springs
  • 10 Perkinston
  • 11 Picayune
  • 12 Wiggins

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Understand[edit]

The Mississippi Gulf Coast was devastated by Hurricane Katrina in 2005. While much of the area along the coast has not yet redeveloped back to pre-disaster levels as of 4 years later, the casinos are back bigger than ever, and there are a variety of hotels, restaurants, and shops open.

Get in[edit]

U.S. Highway 90 is the main route right by the coast, with Interstate 10 paralleling it several miles inland.

Get around[edit]

See[edit]

The beach, casinos.

Do[edit]

  • The casino resorts along the Gulf Coast of Mississippi are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. They offer slots, all types of tables, high limits and liberal rules. The resorts also offer buffets, fine dining, boutique shops, entertainment for children and headlining entertainment.

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