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Review of Mississippi Delta

Mississippi Delta
Ranked #2 of 26 things to do in Greenville
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Owner description: 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.
Reviewed 19 February 2017 via mobile

Believe it or not, there is enough to do that could warrant more than an entire week to see it all and that's just the Delta. Amazing culture history, interesting to drive around, great little museums off the beaten path, great little eateries and such hospitality. Well worth seeing the whole space not just the main few cities.

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Reviewed 15 February 2017 via mobile

How to describe the Delta? It is different. The people are incredibly nice. Greenville has an amazing community theatre. Past show include Las Misrables, Shrek, The Little Mermaid, and Spamalot. Coming up are Memphis and Chicago (the musicals, not the cities). Mighty Mississippi Music Festival is amazing.

1  Thank Brandt D
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Reviewed 27 January 2017

The Mississippi Delta is one of my favorite places on earth--stunning natural landscapes, friendly people, and culture that just doesn't quit. It's hard to say what visitors should "do" when they visit the Delta: driving around, talking to people, and taking in the history and the culture, much of which is painful American history, is what is important and what makes a visit so special. Fans of the blues already know about the Delta, but people with an interest in civil rights will also find much of interest if they visit places like Money, Sumner, Tutwiler, and Clarksdale. To understand America requires a visit to the Delta, and I hope that many of you will do it!

2  Thank Mark C
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Reviewed 31 December 2016 via mobile

I was born and raised here in the delta
Great culture food festivals hunting fishing swimming and heritage

Thank 335nedm
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Reviewed 13 August 2016

When I think of southern farming, I think of cotton. Driving through northern Louisiana, the southeast tip of Arkansas and on into Mississippi, we were a little disappointed that the rows and rows of vegetation we saw was not cotton. Soybean is now king in the Delta, with some corn crops thrown in there. From talking to the local people, cotton is now farmed in west Texas (I see another road trip in our future!).

Thank Crystal R
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