550 South Lofton Dr.
Picayune, MS 39466
Phone: (601) 799-2833
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Located in downtown Covington, and at the start of the Tammany Trail, there is a lot to explore at the Covington Trailhead. The structure of this trailhead pays homage to the design of the old railroad stations that are still present in countryside towns. Its complex comprises numerous attractions like the visitor center which also doubles up as a museum, an amphitheater which is used for hosting concerts, a movie theater, a huge clock tower, water fountains, a covered marketplace and a bandstand. The weekly Covington Farmers Market held on Wednesdays is one of the regular features of the trailhead that attracts not just the locals but also tourists. Walk in here before you embark for the 31-mile (50-kilometer) trail.
The amphitheater at Mandeville is a venue for local events. It is the perfect entertainment venue for everyone. An open-air theater it hosts concerts and performances. If you are in this area then do not forget to catch a show here.
With an aim to inculcate an interest towards art and promote local culture, the Covington High School, a reputed educational institute of the city, has built an auditorium in its premises. It hosts events like annual gatherings, live musicals and dance performances on a regular basis. Call ahead for details.
Spanning across 640 acres (258.99 hectares), Harrison County Fairgrounds is a multifaceted site. Featuring a huge covered exhibition arena that can seat up to 1,200, barns, tent and RV sites, restrooms and various other zones for different occasions. It is used for horse shows, dog races, Scottish Highland Games, State Special Olympics, fairs and many such events.
Situated on the Gulfport High School campus, Milner Stadium is a multiple sports facility that was built in the year 1961. In the past, the stadium has been host to games from football, volleyball as well as other track and field events. It is also a home venue for the Gulfport High School Football team and has a seating capacity for more than 3000 spectators.
Home of the Free Fair, the Washington Parish Fairgrounds is a premier facility in the city of Franklinton. Located in the northern part of the city, above Bene Street, and between Highway 430 and Highway 25, this fairgrounds comes alive each year for the Free Fair, which draws in a lot of visitors from all over the region. If you are in the city, do stop by here to checkout all that makes this fairgrounds so prominent.
This spacious bowling facility offers a snack bar, arcade, and bowling leagues. Whether you're popping in for a few rounds or for a special event, Island Strikz Bowling Alley is sure to be fun.
Located on the University of New Orleans campus, this multi-purpose events arena hosts performances, concerts and sporting events and boasts an Olympic-size swimming pool. The arena is well-known for its excellent acoustic design, making all of its seats "good seats."
Named after UNO head coach Ron Maestri, this magnificent space is a famous stadium of New Orleans. UNO Maestri Field, in the University of Maestri Field hosts football tournaments. You can find students and visitors bustling in to watch their favorite team live or just hanging around to enjoy the events happening here. The entire experience of watching a performance, here, is truly exciting.
Town Green enjoys its location in the city center of Biloxi. This entertainment space can be booked for private, social and community events as its amenities are state-of-the-art in all respects.
UNO Human Performance Center is where the students of University of New Orleans head for leisure and to catch up with various happenings. This 1,200 seat space is occupied by students, locals and visitors alike to watch sport tournaments and special events. Here patrons just can't seem to get enough with the thrilling and nail-biting experience while watching the University of New Orleans Privateers basketball teams play live.
The Mississippi Coast Coliseum has long been the center of Biloxi events. This beachfront facility hosts festivals, comedians, circuses, musicals, professional sports and more.