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Tag: Tourism

Fort Curtis, Phillips county

Fort Curtis played a pivotal role in the Battle of Helena on July 4, 1863. This Union stronghold was attacked that day by a Confederate army hoping to draw attention away from Vicksburg. It resulted in a Union victory though as they were able to stop the Confederates. Today this recreated fort stands a few… Read More ›

Mississippi River State Park, Lee County

Arkansas State Parks offer fun activities and places all over the state Arkansas and most activities are free to the public.

Isle of Capri, Friday Night Buffett

The Isle of Capri is found at the foot of the Helena Bridge in Coahoma County, MS on Highway 49.

Six Mile Lake

Six Mile Lake is located in Southern Tunica County on Six Mile Lake Road on the way to Sledge. It is in a community referred to as Green River Deaden. It gets the name Six Mile Lake because of it’s length. You cross over it on a bridge and you can stop to take pictures…. Read More ›

Paul Battle Arena and Exposition Center

Paul Battle Arena and Exposition Center in Tunica, Mississippi was built in 2000 and is the largest indoor arena in Mississippi

Tunica County Museum

Tunica County Museum was established to convey the history of this place to the world.

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