Cycling in Ridgeland MS

Our shining city on the Natchez Trace offers discerning travelers an unexpected melding of nature and style. Outdoor adventure and upscale architecture. Historic trails and modern design. In fact, Ridgeland was designed to make the most of Mississippi’s beautiful weather, bringing the outdoors in and the indoors out.

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From open air shopping to serious cycling, sailboats to spas, patio dining and custom cocktails to the Mississippi Craft Center, we’ve got everything under the sun.  All that gives you the luxury to explore…Inside + Out.

Ridgeland is proud to offer outstanding service and hospitality to its visitors. Ways to paint the town are endless with miles of unique shopping, delightful dinging, and incredible accommodations.
The Mississippi Crafts Center features works of over 150 artisans, who are members of the Craftsmen’s Guild of Mississippi. The multi-million dollar center features artisan works, a blacksmith shop, a woodworkers shop, meeting space, outdoor demonstrations and exhibits.

The city is full of excitement during their many annual events such as the Ridgeland Fine Arts Festival, which provides art enthusiasts the opportunity to view and purchase artwork from the nation’s premier artists. Throughout the year, there are other fantastic events such as Sante South Wine Festival, Kidfest Ridgeland, and the Natchez Trace Century Ride.
The north shore banks of the Ross Barnett Reservoir wind along the Natchez Trace Parkway and greet visitors with natural beauty and outstanding recreational opportunities.

Be sure to visit the Ridgeland Visitor Center located in the Renaissance at Colony Park, a vibrant venue for shopping, dining and entertainment.

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