Courthouse in Kosciusko
Courthouse in Kosciusko

Named after Tadeusz Kosciusko, 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.

Located in the center of Mississippi, the town was once a campsite for travelers making the long trip from Natchez to Nashville by way of the Natchez Trace. With its historic downtown square and over 100-year-old Attala County Courthouse, Kosciusko has been designated as one of America’s 100 best small towns.

Today, visitors stop to enjoy some of the nationally known antique shops, restaurants and the bed and breakfast inn. Key attractions include L.V. Hull’s Yard Art, which features a unique collection of eclectic works by one of the town’s artisans, and the Kosciusko Museum and Information Center, which offers information about the town and other Mississippi attractions. Kosciusko also celebrates being the birthplace of Oprah Winfrey, and is the site of the annual Natchez Trace Festival, held the last Saturday in April.

Kosciusko Attala Partnership
662.289.2981
kapartnership.org

Kosciusko Welcome Center
Kosciusko Welcome Center

El Rodeo Kosciusko

El Rodeo serves authentic Mexican cuisine served hot and fresh daily for lunch and dinner.  Friendly staff and fast service.  Located just off the Natchez Trace Parkway and across from the Kosciusko Welcome Center. 1050 Veterans Memorial Dr, Kosciusko, MS 39090 662-289-9802  

Skylight Grill

Skylight Grill offers New American food with a Southern flare. Family friendly environment offering a menu of pasta, original burgers, specialty sandwiches, fresh salad bar, lunch, dinner and full bar service.  Catering available, reservations, take out and entertainment.  Located on the historic downtown square in Kosciusko. skylightgrill.com 112 N Jackson St, Kosciusko, MS 39090 662-516-8389

Kosy Wings & Daiquiri Factory

Kosy Wings & Daiquiri Factory provides a fun atmosphere for both family and friends to enjoy some of the South’s finest cooking. You’ll find a menu filled with savory fresh cooked platters including wings, chicken and waffles, refreshing drinks and so much more. Located just off the historic square in downtown Kosciusko near the original […]

Hugh Ellard Park

Hugh Ellard Park is located less than 2 miles from the Natchez Trace Parkway at 100 Love Road and just off the historic original Trace that leads through Kosciusko. You’ll find an expansive baseball and softball complex consisting of 9 fields that are utilized by all ages and tournaments throughout the year, 3 concession stands, batting cages and […]

Jason Niles Park

Jason Niles Park is located on Knox Road less than three miles from the Natchez Trace and offers beautiful scenery as well as a walking track, playground equipment, tennis courts, picnic area, a splash pad for those hot days of summer and a challenging 9 hole Disc Golf Course that winds its way throughout the […]

Ivey Lane House: B&B

Located less than two miles from the Natchez Trace, this beautiful Kosciusko home was built in 1890 in the Architectural Queen Anne style. It is located in the downtown Historical District. Four distinct rooms are available for a memorable stay; The King Burgundy Room, The Queen Blue Room, The Queen Bee Room, and the Kid […]

Martha’s Cottage

Martha’s Cottage 401 N. Huntington Street Kosciusko, MS Listed on the National Historic Register, Martha’s Cottage offers two guest rooms, parlor with 12 foot ceilings and parlor grand piano, formal dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, large bathroom with claw foot tub, walk-in shower, porch with swing and rockers, and a drive-through carport entrance. Indoor bike racks are available. Three […]

Niles-Bailey House

Niles-Bailey House 305 N. Huntington Street Kosciusko, MS Listed on the National Historic Register, this Grand Queen Anne Victorian mansion was the home of Federal Judge Henry Clay Niles and wife, Victoria, and their four children. Henry Clay and Victoria Niles were the grandparents of Lida Estelle Oldham Faulkner, wife of famed writer, William Faulkner of […]

Hammond-Routt House

Hammond-Routt House 109 S. Natchez Street Kosciusko, MS Just 2 blocks from the court square, this home is located on the original Natchez Trace traversed by the Choctaw Indians, early settlers and Old Hickory, himself, General Andrew Jackson. He and the Tennessee Volunteers camped nearby at the site of a natural spring (about 100 feet due north of this property) following their resounding victory at the Battle of […]

Presidents’ Inn

Presidents’ Inn 100 E.Washington Street Kosciusko, MS This historic court square structure, formerly home to several early businesses, was recently opened as a townhouse Inn. Original pine floors, towering tongue and groove ceilings, and exposed brick walls have been restored in New Orleans style. While retaining the building’s original Arts and Crafts architecture, the Bauhaus influence of asymmetrically placed windows was […]

Econo Lodge Kosciusko

Econo Lodge Kosciusko  –  *Platinum Award Winner* Located at Milepost 160 off the Natchez Trace Parkway on Hwy 35N 1052 Veterans Memorial Dr. Kosciusko, MS, 39090 Phone: (662) 289-6252 Enjoy an easy stop on the road at the pet-friendly Econo Lodge® hotel. Easy to find, easy to book, and easy on your wallet. See All Rates.

Americas Best Value Inn

Americas Best Value Inn 1000 Veterans Memorial Drive Kosciusko, MS 39090 Phone: 662-289-2271 Hotel Highlights Seasonal Outdoor Pool Free Wi-Fi Free Deluxe Continental Breakfast Check Rates & Availability  

Outfielders Sports Bar & Grill

Outfielders Sports Bar & Grill – Kosciusko Downtown Courtsquare Sports attraction with great food and drinks. All your sports action on the big screens! Fun and friendly environment. Live entertainment. Karaoke every Friday and Saturday night. Happy hour every day from 5:00-7:00pm. 108 North Jackson Street Kosciusko, MS 39090 Phone: 662-792-4114 Sunday: 12:00pm-10:00pm Mon-Thur: 11:00am- 10:00pm […]

Yockanookany – Kosciusko, MS

Milepost 130.9 – Yockanookany – Picnic area

Robinson Road – Kosciusko, MS

Milepost 135.5 – Robinson Road – Dating from 1821 this road connected Jackson and Columbus, Mississippi.  It also has a picnic area.  

Red Dog Road – Kosciusko, MS

Milepost 140.0 – Red Dog Road – Named for a Choctaw chief, the road was open in 1834.

Myrick Creek – Kosciusko, MS

Milepost 145.1 – Myrick Creek – Self-guiding trail. Take 10 minutes to learn about the beavers here.

Holly Hill – Kosciusko, MS

Milepost 154.3 – Holly Hill Picnic and restroom area.