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Fertile soil and water

Fertile soil and water accessibility made the area different from anywhere else. Large farms, warm... read more

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amir_atp
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Ridgeland, Mississippi
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I have a need of silence and of stars; Too much is said too loudly; I am dazed. The silken sound... read more

Reviewed 28 July 2018
Etheldreda C
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Region (Tunica, Clarksdale, Cleveland, Greenville, Indianola, Greenwood, Yazoo County) located at the mouth of the Mississippi River that is characterized by mangrove swamps, subtropical vegetation and animal life.
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Greenville, MS 38701
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Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed 16 July 2008

The Mississippi Delta is NOT located at the mouth of the Mississippi River. The Delta stretches from Memphis, TN to Vicksburg, MS. The Delta is located about 300 miles north of the mouth of the river which is located at New Orleans, LA. And has...More

23  Thank SonOfDelta
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Reviewed 19 July 2015

Enjoyed being home in the delta (Leland) so much was going on. Enjoyed myself thoroughly. Enjoyed fishing on the banks of deer creek and just relaxing. Driving out into the countryside reminds you of what you miss in the city. The more the delta changes...More

2  Thank joannc194
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Fertile soil and water accessibility made the area different from anywhere else. Large farms, warm and welcoming people and Mississippi History is obvious in very first visit.

Thank amir_atp
Reviewed 28 July 2018

I have a need of silence and of stars; Too much is said too loudly; I am dazed. The silken sound of whirled infinity Is lost in voices shouting to be heard. I once knew men as earnest and less shrill. An undermeaning that I...More

Thank Etheldreda C
Reviewed 17 July 2018 via mobile

Mississippi Delta is a great place to visit, as it has a lot of quant places to visit and eat at. The Delta is known for its Mississippi Blues and other great great entertainment. Cleveland has the Grammy Museum and plenty of restaurants, while Greenville...More

Thank Weight54
Reviewed 2 May 2018

It was a relaxing drive on a late-afternoon, a Thursday in late August, from Memphis Airport to Greenville. This part of the country did not appear heavily-populated, which made it reminiscent of an older period in history. I rented a Ford Escape and the radio...More

5  Thank Thomsonville1
Reviewed 13 March 2018

The Mississippi Delta is my home. I grew up there and love the history of the Delta. Especially living in Greenville near Lake Ferguson and going out for the weekend on the Carter's boat. Great memories of the battle of the bands and junior and...More

Thank I5337IZdavide
Reviewed 11 March 2018

We enjoyed our trip though the Delta different type of agriculture then we have mainly corn Illinois was pleasant break from norm We also enjoyed the delta in Arkansas on our way home. Lotsa water due to flooding up stream.

Thank Tim W
Reviewed 26 February 2018

There's no place like the MS Delta. Just get in your truck and drive! Many of interesting places & things to see!

Thank captbilly164
Reviewed 12 February 2018

I am amazed to gaze at the farmland when I drive through the Mississippi Delta. The fields stretch on for miles. Whether the season is for planting or harvesting, the sight is amazing.

Thank J R
Reviewed 24 December 2017

Love coming every year for the blues festivals in Clarksdale but while Seafarer404 below may be right about the decaying towns, there is still an authenticity about the region. Skip the casinos but everything else has an authenticity and reality of people without the superficiality...More

Thank RonWamberal
Reviewed 8 October 2017 via mobile

It was the best time ever even though they moved the blues festival to a big field.We had VIP due to the mix up of our reservation and it was awesome the drinks the food and music was awesome can't wait until next year.

Thank Latonia W
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Response from Etheldreda C | Reviewed this property |
You will be in the one and only Mississippi Delta, home to a quieter way of life. There is a sense of faded elegance and a feeling of timelessness. Be sure to go to St. Joseph's and Doe's.
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Lots of areas to see all sorts of things. Not overly touristy so most anything you want to see you can.
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