Hattiesburg, deep in the Mississippi South, is a city that allows visitors to create their own unique adventure. They can choose from touring museums and historical sites, making their own unique art, or escaping the city altogether and going camping.
Visitors coming to Hattiesburg in search of great shopping spots won't be disappointed, as Hattiesburg welcomes visitors to Turtle Creek Mall and a number of locally owned stores such as Simply Vintage and The Lucky Rabbit, which specializes in the sales of upcycled, antique, and retro items. Outdoors minded visitors can spend the weekend camping in Paul B. Johnson State Park where in addition to camping, they can go fishing, play on the playground, go boating or swimming, take a hike, or engage in a game of disc golf. Those who love the smell of fresh flowers and herbs will be thrilled by a visit to the Medicine Wheel Garden- a wheel shaped garden with paved paths that are teeming with medicinal plants and flowers. Dedicated golfers can relax with a friendly game of golf at the Shadow Ridge Golf Course. The Kress Gallery and the Hattiesburg Arts Council Gallery offer a unique glimpse into the minds of Hattiesburg’s local artists, and the African American Military History Museum gives visitors a dose of the city's unique military history through its exhibits and artifacts. For adults, The Skylight Lounge is a popular spot for drinks, live music, and relaxation.
One of the best places in Hattiesburg to book a vacation rental is in the Paul B. Johnson State Park area, as well as near the mall.
The best time to visit the city is from early April to late May. During this time, the weather is mild and the sun is shining.
The annual Pancakes for A Purpose event is one of Hattiesburg's most beloved events, its purpose being to raise money for the ARC Summer Adventure Camp and offering family and friends fluffy pancakes and a place to catch up. Hubfest and the Christmas Parade are two more great events that take place each year.
Everyone loves a trip to the Hattiesburg Zoo, which offers dozens of beautiful creatures including the capybara, flamingos, reptiles, and elephants. It also features a carousel and train rides, a high ropes adventure course, and an on-site cafe. Many families also enjoy laser tag at Laser Mania, bowling at Hub Bowling Lanes, and watching a musical or play at the Hattiesburg Saenger Theatre.
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