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National Parks in Mississippi

The map of Mississippi National Parks points out the several National Parks and historical sites of the state. This map indicates the exact geographical location of the National Parks of the state along with the major interstate, state, and US Federal Highways. The state capital and major towns are also marked on the map with international and state boundaries. Railway lines can also be seen on the map near the national park. A map legend featured at the bottom helps all the signs, characters graphics, and symbols used throughout the map.


Mississippi National Parks

The Map of Mississippi National Parks highlights the several national parks and historical sites of the state. The national parks are also major tourist attractions of the State of Mississippi that provide the tourists with an opportunity to explore the rich history coupled with the natural scenic beauty of the place.

Tupelo National Battlefield, Brices Cross Roads National Battlefield Site, Vicksburg National Military Park, Gulf Islands National Seashore, Natchez National Historical Park, Vicksburg National Cemetery, and Natchez Trace Parkway are some of the renowned national parks of Mississippi.

Are there any National Parks in Mississippi?

There are nine National Parks in Mississippi which include National Battlefields, National Heritage Areas, and more. The national parks are also major tourist attractions of the state of Mississippi. These parks provide the tourists with an opportunity to explore the rich history coupled with the natural scenic beauty of the place. From the boyhood home of Elvis in Tupelo to the music and history of the legendary blues there are so many reasons to plan a visit to Mississippi and its National Parks. The national parks of Mississippi include:

  • Prices Cross Roads National Battlefield Site
  • Gulf Island National Seashore
  • Medgar and Myrlie Evers Home National Monument
  • Natchez National Historical Park
  • Natchez Trace Parkway
  • Natchez Trace National Trail
  • Shiloh Military Park
  • Tupelo National Battlefield
  • Vicksburg National Military Park

List of National Parks in Mississippi

S. No Name Area Established Location
1 Vicksburg National Military Park 1,852.75 acres (749.78 ha) 21. Feb. 1899 Vicksburg, Mississippi & Delta, Louisiana, USA
2 Natchez National Historical Park 108.07 acres (0.4373 km2) Natchez, Mississippi, USA
3 Gulf Islands National Seashore 135,457.89 acres (548.1786 km2) 99,083.64 acres (400.9773 km2) federal 8. Jan. 1971 Escambia / Santa Rosa / Okaloosa counties, Florida, and Jackson / Harrison counties, Mississippi, USA

Best National Parks in Mississippi

  • Vicksburg National Military Park:

    The park reflects the political history of the state. This military park, which has over 1,340 monuments, markers, tablets, and plaques, is one of the most densely monumented battlefields in the entire world. There is also a visitor Center, which includes life-sized exhibits and artifacts, a museum, outdoor exhibits, and live re-enactments. The park has earned the title of The largest Outdoor Art Gallery in the world.

  • Natchez National Historical Park:

    The Park speaks volumes about the success stories of several great men of Mississippi. The park tells the story of Natchez in the American South. The park is full of historically significant sites and impressive architecture. The park offers the tourists with a scope to enjoy several adventurous sports activities of hiking, horse riding, and Camping. This historical park is made up of the Melrose Plantation, the William Johnson House, Fort Rosalie, and an area known as the preservation district.

  • Gulf Island National Seashore:

    This national seashore spans from Gulf Breeze, FL to Ocean Springs. The site is known for its exotic beaches, pristine water, historic forts, an ancient citadel, and plenty of adventurous activities. The Davis Bayou Area which is accessible by car includes a nature trail, Campground, boat launch, and fishing. Millions of visitors are drawn to the island in the northern Gulf of Mexico.

  • Tupelo National Battlefield:

    From July 14-15, 1864, more than 20,000 Union and Confederate soldiers battled at this very site. The soldiers who lost their lives that day are commemorated through the monuments and informative markers that presently fill the battlefield. And just to help get younger visitors interested, the park has Civil War trading cards for children. Visitors can learn about the scope and impact of this battle that resulted in more than 2,000 casualties. Rangers can provide a brochure and literature about the battle and help with questions at the Visitor Center located six miles north of the national battlefield.

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