2017 Heartland Sundance
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The capital of the southern state of Mississippi, Jackson serves as the perfect destination and middle ground for those looking to explore this breathtaking state. Present-day Mississippi, and some of Alabama was once the land of the Choctaw Nation. After the European settlers moved in to the area, they turned much of Mississippi into agricultural land and continued on until the Civil War. In the 1960s, Jackson became a hub for the American Civil Rights movement and, today, Jackson is seen as one of the more progressive cities in the American South. When you book an RV rental in Jackson, you are opening up the wonderful world of the Gulf Coast region. You can explore the woodlands of Mississippi, the coastlines, and everything in between.
You can also park the Jackson RV rental and hop on a JATRAN bus. With many routes around the city, you will have no difficulty getting to where you need to go.
When you book an RV in Jackson, you open up all of Mississippi. This southern state is a playground just waiting to be explored. After your Mississippi adventuring, you will feel right at home with the southern hospitality and easy-going attitude of Jackson, Mississippi.
About an hour’s drive east of Jackson is the captivating Bienville National Forest near Forest, MS. With more than 2,000 acres of lakes and more than 600 miles of streams, Bienville is a water lover’s dream. You can go fishing in these waterways or even go canoeing or kayaking. There are also plenty of hiking trails to choose from.
Delta National Forest is a 90-minute drive northwest of Jackson near Rolling Fork. With more than 60,000 acres of protected forest to explore, Delta National Forest offers hikers the perfect escape from the rest of the world. You can explore the hardwood forests or even venture on towards the wetlands for something towards the Gulf Coast.
If you’re looking for something a little bit different to explore with the Jackson motorhome rental on the way to the Gulf Coast shores, you can stop at De Soto National Forest. With its pinewoods, countless streams, and mellow terrain leading toward the Gulf of Mexico, De Soto is the perfect place to go to unwind. Just about 120 miles south of Jackson, De Soto is home to over 150 miles of trails as well as many fishing outlets suitable for any angler.
There are quite a few places to park the camper rental near Jackson.
Just to the north of town, on the shores of Ross R Barnett Reservoir, is the Timberlake Campground. Sites have full hookups, and the campground also has restroom blocks, laundry facilities, and even an on-site swimming pool. With the shore-side location, you will also have access to boating and fishing docks, tennis courts, and disc golf.
Wendy Oaks RV Resort is about 20 miles south of town. Removed from the hustle and bustle of the city, Wendy Oaks could be a relaxing place to set up camp with the Jackson travel trailer rental. Sites have electric hookups and guests have access to bathroom and shower houses.
While touring the area with a Jackson camper rental, you might want to set aside a day or two to explore the attractions that this sprawling capital city has to offer.
If you want to learn about the turbulent and exciting history of Jackson, Mississippi, then spend part of your day at the Museum of Mississippi History. You can learn about some of Mississippi’s darker moments in history and some of its brighter moments as you walk through the various galleries and exhibit halls. The museum also often has temporary exhibits, so you can even learn something a little extra as you spend your day enjoy the various interactive exhibits.
If you didn’t see enough wildlife on your hiking adventures, you can head to the Jackson Zoo and see animals from all over the world. You can see tigers, monkeys, macaws, bears, and so much more as you wander through one of the American South’s oldest zoos.
You can branch out a bit and head to the historic Civil War town of Vicksburg, site of The Siege of Vicksburg. This river town is about 45 miles to the west of Jackson on the banks of the mighty Mississippi River. Here you can tour the Vicksburg National Military Park and the Lower Mississippi River Museum, among other interesting sites.
When you’re spending time in the southern heartland that is Mississippi, you’re going to need to pull up to a plate of good, old-fashioned soul food like fried chicken, sweet potatoes, and macaroni and cheese. Be sure to wash it all down with some sweet iced tea.
Start planning your Southern exploration vacation and search for an RV rental in Jackson, MS, today.