- TripBuzz found 52 things to do with kids in or near Ocean Springs, Mississippi, including 42 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Gulfport, Biloxi, Gautier and Long Beach.
- From Paddles Up Paddleboard Rentals and Sales to Front Beach, the Ocean Springs area offers 37 different types of family activities, including: Walking Trails, History Museums, Bay and Beaches.
- Jackson County, Mississippi is home to the city of Ocean Springs and it's population of over 17,000 residents. This well-populated community is known for it's artistic culture and historic downtown. Several galleries, shops, and restaurants are settled into the beautiful natural scenery. Ocean Springs also supports a thriving maritime community.
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12401 Bellingrath Road, Theodore, AL 36582 MoreLess Info
Bellingrath Gardens and Home has beautiful gardens which bloom all year round. Camellias, azaleas, roses, and chrysanthemums alternately bloom at different seasons of the year. The stunning house, built in 1935 is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Located within Mobile's Medal Of Honor Park is the Julien Marx Dog Park. The animal friendly park, offering shady trees and water stations, is situated on four beautiful acres that is divided into sections for both large and small breeds.
Placed recently in the Top 50 Public Courses by the Golf World Magazine, Magnolia Grove Golf Course has lakes, creeks, marshlands and forests which make it competitive even for professional championships.
Since 1974, the Mobile Botanical Gardens has been working to preserve Alabama's native plants. The gardens include the Shropshire Nature Trail through the woodlands, The Founders' Fragrance & Texture Garden especially designed with sensory plants, Longleaf Pine Ecosystem containing over 165 species of plants, a…
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1 Discovery Place, Pearlington, MS 39529 MoreLess Info
Visitors can take a tour of the Stennis Space Center, take a ride on the 'ISC – OMEGA Flight Simulator, learn about work done by NASA, view a 68-inch-diameter global presentation of planetary data, see displays on 50 years of space exploration. Outside visitors can see rocket engines and buoys.
The Greek Revival Bragg-Mitchell Mansion was built in 1855 for Judge John Bragg so that his wife and daughters could enjoy Mobile's Mardi-Gras season. The 13,000 square foot home can be toured, and is often home to special events.