Explore the Natchez Trace: Mississippi | Alabama | Tennessee.
Discover America...a unique journey from Natchez to Nashville.
A southern start in Natchez is a nice way to begin your journey. Overlooking the majestic Mississippi River, the town overflows with romantic history of grandeur and charm. Continue reading
About 40 miles outside of Natchez is the historic town of PORT GIBSON featuring homes, churches and public buildings in a town General U.S. Grant declared “too beautiful to burn.” Continue reading
Forty miles north of Port Gibson brings you to the small antebellum city of Raymond. Raymond relies on its picturesque charm and Civil War history to welcome visitors. An interesting driving tour highlights the historic Hinds County Courthouse (1859) and the Dupree House (1878). Continue reading
Known for southern hospitality, Clinton has many unique opportunities for guests of all ages. Continue reading
Situated on the rim of Central Mississippi is Ridgeland, a flourishing city with unique attractions, excellent shopping, fabulous restaurants and quality places to stay. Continue reading
Named after Tadeusz Kosciuszko, a Polish General who served as a military engineer in the American Revolutionary War, Kosciusko is one of the oldest remaining settlements on the Natchez Trace. Continue reading
French Camp, MS is a delightful mix of the old and new. From log cabins to a premier observatory, French Camp is rich in its offerings. Continue reading
Tupelo welcomes visitors from around the world with a variety of museums, historical sites, attractions, shopping centers and entertainment facilities. Continue reading