Econo Lodge Inn & Suites
1250 Highway 35 S.
Forest, MS 39074
Phone: (601) 469-2100
Fax: (601) 469-5028
Downtown Bay Springs is perhaps the most-visited area in the city of Bay Springs which attracts scores of visitors each year for its unique culture. This area serves as a great backdrop for community events, National Holidays and festive celebrations.
Also known as Thompson Field, this international airport has been in operation since 1928. Featuring a pair of 8,500-foot runways, the airport has enables convenient access to a broad schedule of flights. More than 50 daily departures are handled by eight main carriers.
This yoga studio provides services to help anyone unwind from a stressful day. They offer a wide range of yoga classes from Vinyasa to yoga for teens. There are beginner classes and more advanced classes. They also offer corporate stress management seminars and classes for the frazzled worker. If one is looking for a good fun cardio workout, Joyflow offers these too. Zumba is an intense dance workout that really burns calories. Belly dance classes are also offered. The prices are affordable (USD 10 for the first class, USD 15 for every class after that) and can be paid for in advance online.
Whether you are looking for a long-term commitment or a quick convenient workout, Fitness Lady is a good choice. Offering the full range of exercise options, from aerobics, weights, and fitness machines to yoga, power-punch and all the cutting-edge programs, this all-women's gym provides more options than a typical fit-minded person will ever need. Located close to downtown in the Promenade Shopping Center, you will not have to travel far for your fitness experience. Call for details on one-time or short-term memberships.
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.
Nestled in the center of Canton, Mount Zion Missionary Baptist Church has been serving the citizens for over 100 years. The church was formed by the members who separated from the First Baptist group in 1865. Following which this missionary baptist church was established on Canton's West North Street. A myriad of activities are hosted here, aiming at bringing the members of Mount Zion Missionary Baptist Church in closer communion with God.
Never underestimate the value of a local perspective, and that is just what you will get when you plan your visit with the help of these Jackson specialists. The Cline Agency handles every kind of local tour imaginable, from historic walking outings to full-scale charter and rental bus tours. Step-on guide service and other amenities are provided, as well. Specializing in catering to businesses in town for meetings or conventions, this smart outfit will make sure that your group gets the most out of its visit to Jackson.
This private, non-profit acute care facility has been serving Jackson since 1946. Today it is one of the leading health-care centers in the Southeast. Ambulatory Services, a Cancer Center, a Center for Women's Health, and the Mississippi Heart Institute. The 571-bed facility is owned by the Dominican Sisters of Springfield, IL.
Located in mid-north Jackson, about a mile north of the Capitol, this is one of the largest and most respected medical centers in the South. Drawing professionals and patients from all over the region, the crowning jewel of Jackson's thriving medical community is consistently on the cutting edge of medical research. A comprehensive health club is located within the facility, and can be accessed by visitors for a fee.
Jackson, which was named after Andrew Jackson, the seventh president of the United States used to be known as 'LeFleur's Bluff.' It is an economic hub and generally a well-planned wealthy city with sprawling suburbs and a host of attractions. Tourism thrives here because of attractions like a zoological park, famed historic landmarks which play a part in America's history and other tourist hot spots. On the whole, the sun shines warmly upon this city which has mild winters.
A level-2 emergency care facility, Baptist is the largest healthcare provider in the state of Mississippi. The Medical Center is the flagship of Baptist Health Systems, a statewide system that includes eight hospitals and a network of clinics and care facilities. The facility in Jackson includes a 564-bed hospital, emergency room, the Sleep Disorders Center of Mississippi, a Cancer Center and the School of Medical Technology. A full range of care is offered, from birthing services to home health care. The Medical Center recently enjoyed the arrival of the Ervin Quintuplets.
Organized in Jackson in 1846, the first Catholic Church was burned by General William Tecumseh Sherman in 1863. A second structure suffered a similar fate; the current cathedral was begun in 1897 and dedicated three years later. As the seat of the archdiocese, St. Peter's is home to the area's Catholic bishop and serves as general headquarters for Catholics in the state. Daily and weekly masses are held, with confessional services taking place every Saturday.