When deciding to take a vacation, choose a charter bus. What better destination to take that charter bus to, than Mississippi. They have lush forests, beautiful scenery, and of course it is home to the Mississippi river. So load up the family, your friends, or just your spouse, jump on the Mississippi charter bus and you are off.
If it is the Gulf Coast you want to see, Mississippi has a beautiful coastline. There are more than 180 hotels near the coast of Mississippi. If you are going for a more romantic setting choose from one of the 20 bed and breakfast establishments. If you are visiting the coast with your family, hit one of the amusement parks. Try Fun Time USA or a new park opening Spring 2005, Gulf Islands Water Park. There are several tours available on the coast. Try a boat tour, or a street tour. Either will teach you a little history about the coast of Mississippi. There are several different beaches to visit while near the coast of Mississippi. There is also a vast choice of several historic sites and museums to visit during your stay.
Even if you do not visit the coast, there are many other wonderful places in Mississippi for your charter bus to take you. The Jackson Zoological Park in Jackson, Mississippi, is home to a variety of animals just waiting for a visit from you. The Russell C. Davis Planetarium, also in Jackson, shows a beautiful array of our solar system. If art is your love, visit the Mississippi Museum of Art. It is Mississippi's largest art museum and is home to great art including local art. For the men in your life visit the Sports Hall of Fame & Museum. Here you will find memorabilia and history from all kinds of sports.
Mississippi has 28 state parks that are some of the best vacationing spots. All 28 parks are open year round. Great River Road State Park in Rosedale, Mississippi, offers a 75-foot tower where views of the Mississippi River can be seen. In Morton, Mississippi, is Roosevelt State Park, where you can see a breathtaking view of Bienville National Forest. During the fall you can enjoy the many exotic colors of the trees. At Trace State Park in Beldan, Mississippi, you can enjoy miles of excluded nature trails or enjoy a day of golf at the nearby Pontotoc Country Club. J.P. Coleman State Park overlooks the Tennessee River and offers various water sports. Located in Iuka, Mississippi, J.P. Coleman State Park offers boating, fishing, camping, and miniature golf.
For the gambler, Mississippi offers a variety of casinos to enjoy and hopefully win some money. Just get your Mississippi charter bus to drop you off at the casinos for the day. Visit Boomtown Casino Biloxi to play one of over 1,150 slot machines. For table games, try blackjack, roulette, or craps. At Harrah's Tunica you can stay in the hotel and go downstairs to do some gambling any hour of the day. They have over 1,200 slot machines and 20 table games for your enjoyment. Another popular casino is Horseshoe Casino & Hotel Tunica. Within the 65,000 square-foot casino, you can find over 2,000 slot machines, 70 table games, and 500 hotel rooms. Pearl River Resort offers many activities, including gambling. There is the Golden Moon Hotel and Casino, Silver Star Hotel and Casino, Dancing Rabbit Golf Club, Geyser Falls Water Park, and Clearwater Key Beach. Plus, Mississippi has many other casinos to choose from to fit your gambling needs.
With all that Mississippi has to offer, you may need to extend your vacation to fit it all in. Enjoy all the wonderful activities Mississippi has to offer, rain or shine. If it is raining, hit the casinos, and if the sun is shining mosey on down to the river. Either way, you are sure to have a good time.