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Head to the shores of the Mississippi River to one of the Gulf Coast’s most exciting destinations.
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Here are a few of our most popular Biloxi/Gulfport resorts:

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    Harrah’s Gulf Coast

    Located in the heart of the Mississippi Gulf Coast, Harrah's Gulf Coast Casino Hotel & Spa welcomes guests with its tasteful décor and modern amenities.

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    Econo Lodge Inn & Suites

    Conveniently located to casinos, golf courses, factory outlet mall. Beach is 3 miles.

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    Holiday Inn Express & Suites BILOXI- OCEAN SPRINGS

    Located right off I-10 and I-110 and 14 miles from the Gulfport-Biloxi International Airport.

Things to do in Biloxi/Gulfport, MS

  • Ghost Tour New Orleans

    Ghosts & Spirits Nighttime Walking Tour

    New Orleans has been referred to as "The most haunted city in America." After this tour, we'll let you be the judge. With its colorful history and unique traditions, it is no wonder so many New Orleans homes and taverns have been investigated by paranormal investigators.
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    New Orleans Oak Alley Plantation Tour

    Experience a bygone era in one of the South's most beautiful settings - Oak Alley Plantation, built in 1839. Marvel at the unbelievable view of a quarter-mile long alley of 28 magnificent oak trees, each over 250 years old.
  • Paddle & Wheel Tour

    New Orleans Paddle & Wheel Tour

    Steamboat Natchez Cruise (Paddle) plus the Super City Tour (Wheel)! After your exciting Super City Tour by motorcoach, board the historic Steamboat Natchez, one of six authentic steamboats left on the Mississippi River.
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    New Orleans Swamp & Bayou Tour

    Hear how the Cajuns turned soup into gumbo, the washboard into a musical instrument and the swamps into a paradise.

Family activities in Biloxi/Gulfport, MS

  • The Institute for Marine Mammal Studies

    A research organization located in Gulfport, Mississippi, The Institute for Marine Mammal Studies dedicated to conservation, education, research, and conservation of marine mammals and their environment, in the captivity and the wild. The Institute cares for injured and sick marine mammals in the subregion of the Gulf Coast that covers Alabama, Louisiana, and Mississippi. Summertime brings educational day camps and interaction with dolphins, rays, sea lions, and sharks. The Marine Park operated by the institute features shows with birds, dolphins, reptiles, sea lions, and stingrays.
  • Biloxi Lighthouse

    Standing since 1848, the Biloxi Lighthouse is 64 feet tall and one of the first cast-iron lighthouses to be constructed in the South. It has survived hurricanes, the Civil War, and the steady decline of Ole Miss football. The Katrina Hurricane damaged the lighthouse significantly with waves reaching 1 ⁄ 3 of the way up the structure, and water damage destroyed the electrical system. The lighthouse was fully restored and reopened in 2010. The lighthouse is unique in that it resides in the middle of a busy highway. The U.S. Coast Guard now manages the lighthouse.
  • Biloxi Beach

    Undoubtedly, the most famous beach in the Gulfport area, Biloxi Beach, is just east of the city. The city of Biloxi is home to beach resorts, casino hotels, restaurants, and other tourist destinations, many of these are within walking distance from the beach. Biloxi is one of the oldest settlements in the state of Mississippi, and the beach has long been a popular tourist vacation destination. Ready for some fun-in-the-sun and sand, book a hotel and flight vacation package with Southwest Vacations.
  • Mississippi Coast Model Railroad Museum

    The Model Railroad Museum is home to three elaborately detailed modern-train tables built to scale and includes outdoor displays and other train-related toys and memorabilia. There are 85 operational model trains, four train different train rides, a two-million piece LEGO set, and the largest Swamp Train Mural in the state of Mississippi. Which begs the question: Swamp Train Mural? The Mississippi Coast Model Railroad Museum is fun and entertaining for the entire family. Book your chance to learn about and ride trains with flight and hotel vacation package deal from Southwest Vacations.
  • Ship Island

    Just off the coast of Gulfport lie two barrier islands that comprise Ship Island, there is East Ship Island and West Ship Island. Which is less confusing as to when they were called Right Ship Island and Left Ship Island. Each island is only accessible via boat. There are regular ferry crossings from Gulfport to West Ship Island. The beaches on West Ship Island are well worth the small ferry fee it will cost you to get there. Make reservations to tour what remains of the 1800s Fort Massachusetts. Fish, swim, build sandcastles, search for seashells, and sunbathe on the beach.
  • Gulf Islands Waterpark

    Visit this seasonal waterpark for pools, slides, and rides amid an island theme setting. The park has plenty of cafes for a variety of appetites and cabana rentals for a shady home base for families or groups. Grab a mat and race down the Riptide Racer, ride the Horn Island Master Blaster billed as a water roller-coaster, raft down the Camille Cutter, the tykes can splish-splash away at Lil’ Pelican Bay, and everyone can relax on the Lazy Pearl River. Don’t look wet behind the ears when it comes to vacation plans, book Biloxi/Gulfport flight and hotel deals with Southwest Vacations.

Nightlife and entertainment in Biloxi/Gulfport, MS

  • Fine dining

    The Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Biloxi, Mississippi, has seven restaurants and multiple bars to choose from to make dining choices easy and convenient. However, fine dining, including fresh seafood and more, can be found in and around both Gulfport and Biloxi. For seafood, steaks, and wine bar, there’s The Rankhouse Steaks & Spirits. The Chimneys have you covered from breakfast, lunch, and diner with Cajun/Creole cuisine. Try modern European dishes and steakhouse Thirty-Two. For more delicious steaks at Whiskey Prime. Let Southwest Vacations set you on your way with flight and hotel vacation packages to Biloxi/Gulfport.
  • New Orleans

    Easily trek on over for a day and night trip to ‘The Big Easy.’ Take a national park bayou tour, check out one of many haunted ghost tours of the city and cemetery, or a luxury bus tour. Visit one of New Orleans Original Daiquiri or Fat Tuesday for their famous drive-thru daiquiris and sip and stroll Bourbon Street. Get some beignets and coffee as you meander in and out live music venues and bars in the French Quarter. See the sites in this popular southern destination.
  • Out on the town

    The Hard Rock Hotel and Casino Biloxi in Mississippi overlooks the Gulf of Mexico. Everyone knows the rock ‘n’ roll-themed restaurants peppered among major cities around the world. Just imagine staying in an upscale rock ‘n’ roll-themed hotel with ocean views. Enjoy your stay with seven restaurants, multiple bars, DJs, and live music. Stay where you walk to the beach, Biloxi Lighthouse, or the Ohr-O’Keefe Museum of Art. The hotel also features an outdoor pool with a swim-up bar, spa, and 24/7 gym. The casino has 50 tables games and 1,300 slot machines.

Head to the shores of the Mississippi River to one of the Gulf Coast’s most exciting destinations. Plan fun-filled days with beach trips, jet skiing, deep-sea fishing, and trips to historical destinations including the home of Jefferson Davis. Spend your nights at your resort casino, or head out for some live entertainment. Your Biloxi vacation package is only a click away.​