2895 W 4th St, Hattiesburg, MS 39401
9 mins - 7 mi
The Longleaf Trace is a 41-mile paved pedestrian, equestrian, rollerblade, and bicycle trail located between Hattiesburg and Prentiss, Mississippi. The Trace was constructed in 2000.
The lucky rabbit
217 Mobile Street, Hattiesburg MS
14 mins - 7 mi
Visit one of the (if not THE) coolest stores in this area and shop antiques, vintage and collectibles you won't find anywhere else. Just the waiting list to become a vendor in this chic establishment is a mile long. Want to take a piece of true South home with you? Check their website for hours and definitely put this one on your must visit list.
OKATOMA CANOE & KAYAK
Canoe & Kayak Rental
550 Walter Lott Road, Seminary, MS 39479
13 mins - 10 mi
Offer canoe and kayak rental on the Mississippi's Okatoma Creek.
107 S 17th Ave, Hattiesburg MS
14 mins - 7.9 mi
The Hattiesburg Zoo is home to nearly 100 species of animals from around the world. Zoo facilities also include picnic areas, a train, Splash Pad, Parris Jewelers Mining Sluice, Touch Africa Petting Zoo, concession stand, and gift shop.
*NEW Armed FoRces Museum
Building 850, Camp Shelby Training Site, Hattiesburg MS
27 mins - 22 mi
The Museum's state-of-the-art exhibits tell the personal stories of American heroes and heroines and serves to educate future generations about the price paid for the freedom and prosperity that Americans enjoy today.
African American Military History museum
305 E 6th St, Hattiesburg MS
13 mins - 6.6 mi
The all-new African American Military History Museum is located inside America’s only remaining, original African American USO Club. This landmark building contains more than 150 years of African American military history including hundreds of artifacts, photos and tributes to the history of African Americans who served this nation in the Armed Forces.
Southern Prohibition Brewing
301 Mobile St, Hattiesburg MS
13 mins - 7 mi
See how Hattiesburg is making it's mark in the craft beer industry. The Southern Prohibition brewing company is opening a new Tap Room on site at the brewery in Downtown Hattiesburg. An entry fee of $8 includes samples of a variety of beers. Open Thursdays and Fridays from 4-8pm. The Tap Room features indoor and outdoor seating, a gift shop, and a behind the scenes look into Southern Prohibition.
Mississippi Blues Trail
Experience where the blues were born.
Welcome to the Mississippi Blues Trail, your unforgettable journey into the land that spawned the single most important root source of modern popular music. Whether you're a die-hard blues fan or a casual traveler in search of an interesting trip, you'll find facts you didn't know, places you've never seen, and you'll gain a new appreciation for the area that gave birth to the blues.
Hattiesburg Arts council gallery
723 N Main St, Hattiesburg MS
12 mins - 6.7 mi
The gallery houses a permanent collection of art by Mississippi artists and features periodic traveling exhibits. Open Monday-Friday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Pep's point water park
382 Peps Point Rd, Hattiesburg MS
4 mins - 2 mi
Pep's Point is a spring-fed lake facility offering a sandy beach, swimming, water slides, canoe and paddleboat rentals, picnic areas with cookout grills and waterfront campsites.
Paul B Johnson State Park
319 Geiger Lake Rd, Hattiesburg MS
27 mins - 24 mi
Paul B. Johnson State Park is the gateway to a natural wonderland marked by majestic long-leaf and loblolly pines, delicate dogwoods, and ancient oaks. The deep forests surrounding Paul B. Johnson provides a picturesque setting for a variety of outdoor activities.