North Mississippi

the delta, oxford, tupelo & the hill country

The rolling hill country and the alluvial Mississippi delta, cradle of blues, rock & roll, and gospel, hold charm for discerning lovers of Southern culture in all its various forms: roots music, home cooking, oral history, literature, fine arts & crafts, and Deep South lazy rivers, expansive fields and lush forests.

Central Mississippi

jackson, meridian, & the golden triangle

Central Mississippi is traversed by I-20, lying midway between Dallas to the west and Atlanta to the East.  Jackson, the state capitol, lies at the crossroads where I-55 runs equidistantly north to Memphis and south to New Orleans.  Central MS is the state’s epicenter of government, healthcare and logistics.

Southern Mississippi

river towns, the pine belt, & the gulf coast

Antebellum river towns, most notably Natchez, embody the myth of the courtly-mannered Deep South.  With historic architecture, a cultural melting pot, and palms & stately live oaks to match it’s exoticism, Southern Mississippi has a unique flavor, attitude and coastal port/river town world view.