Econo Lodge Inn & Suites
1250 Highway 35 S.
Forest, MS 39074
Phone: (601) 469-2100
Fax: (601) 469-5028
1250 Highway 35 S., Forest, MS, US, 39074
- Phone: (601) 469-2100
- Fax: (601) 469-5028
This spooky house was built at the turn of the century. Each year, just before Halloween, a community fire department decorates the home and sponsors this ghoulishly good time!
This park in Old Brandon offers a paved walking trail, picnic sites and a playground.
If you are looking for family fun and some relief from the hot Southern sun, head for the Rapids. Located near Ridgeland on the western shore of the Ross Barnett Reservoir, this fun park is about a 15-minute trip from downtown Jackson. Covering more than 25 acres, you will thrill to the variety of water activities provided, including swimming and wading pools, water slides and amusement rides.
This amazing water park includes such features as Geyser Flats, a tube cruise on Roundabout River, a backwards waterslide, an interactive water factory for all ages, Lil' Squirts Hollow, Thunder Lake wave pool, Pipe's Peak double tube slides, three different six-story speed slides, and Clearwater Key white sand beach. Geyser Falls is also home to Afo's Canyon Creek Caf
Boyd Mounds Site is an archaeological site located in Madison County, Mississippi. It was from the late Woodland and early Mississippian period, consisting of six burial mounds. One of the mounds is adjacent to Natchez Trace Parkway and is accessible for public visits. Excavations by the National Park Service of the mounds in the 1960s found remains of more than 40 individuals and various artifacts. This destination was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in the year 1989.
Visit this 20 foot gray obelisk by William Hill Howcott between 1894 and 1900.
A monument on the grounds of this church honors the three civil rights workers who were slain in Philadelphia. In 1964, when the men traveled to Mississippi to investigate the burning of a black church, Mt. Nebo was the only congregation that practiced racial equality. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. led a memorial service at Mt. Nebo two years after the slayings.
A part of the Madison County Library System, which includes branches in Canton, Camden, Flora, Madison and Ridgeland, Mississippi, this public library in Canton is normally open on Mondays and Wednesdays 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., until 7:00 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays and 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays.
Christ United Methodist Church is a perfect example of display of love towards children of God. It has become a leader in supplying relief to flood hit areas in North Jackson. The church has become a distribution center for relief materials and also sends numerous work teams to aid recovery efforts. There are more than 400 events scheduled every year for the youth, the poor, the children and the society at large. Recently, they organized a 5km run and the profits from the same were utilized for charity purposes.
Location of the movie "A Time to Kill." Tours of major sets and sound stage. Tickets can be purchased at the Canton Welcome Center.
This local tourist attraction is the site of Indian Mission founded by Dutch missionary priests in 1884.
This historic general store, founded in 1907, retains its old style charm and is an interesting stop for visitors.