From breathtaking Ozark beauty to family-friendly festivals, fascinating historical sites and one-of-a-kind boutiques and shops, there’s more than you thought in Pulaski County, MO!
Discover life at 15 MPH! With over 100 miles of paved cart paths, visitors enjoy a host of activities that are easily accessible by one of PTC’s signature vehicles – a Golf Cart! Tree lined roadways and scenic views encourage guests to unwind.
Ridgeland A Southern Surprise
Plan your trip and give yourself the luxury to explore…Inside + Out. Ridgeland offers discerning travelers an unexpected melding of nature and style. Explore the Natchez Trace Parkway and “The Rez”, Barnett Reservoir. “Ride Ridgeland” on miles of cycling trails. Experience flavorful dining and the Ridgeland Retail Trail. Discover a surprising array of indoor and outdoor attractions and activities! #VisitMS Responsibly
Discover Real Nevada with natural beauty, off-roading, biking & hiking trails and small towns with plenty of charm. Out here the opportunities for getting back to reality are endless.
The Pilgrims established the first permanent English settlement in New England when the Mayflower landed in 1620. Because of its role in American History, Plymouth County continues to be a popular destination. Discover the spirit of salty tales and lighthouse legends as you explore our historic coastline and proud maritime heritage. Stay & Play in Plymouth County with lodging, dining and shopping for all!
Places are powerful reminders of the past, few more so than Jackson, Mississippi. Opportunities for Civil Rights education, illumination and enjoyment abound. Here, reenergizing the movement requires somber reflection, but also the celebration of endurance and the spirit of hope.
Few other places have as much potential to teach us about the movement as the Mississippi Civil Rights Museum. This state-of-the-art space – the only state-funded such museum in the nation – features eight distinct galleries, guiding visitors from the struggle for freedom through the Jim Crow South and beyond to the present moment.
The Mississippi Freedom Trail takes history out of a building and into the streets. Made up of numerous sites of Civil Rights significance, the Freedom Trail ushers visitors past the home of icon Medgar Evers to the Greyhound Bus station where Freedom Riders were rounded up and arrested. Other sites include the site of a Woolworth Department Store sit-in, the site of the Capitol Rally, the Edwards Hotel, and the Municipal Library where nine students from Tougaloo College protested segregation.
Designated as a National Park Service Monument, the Medgar and Myrlie Evers home still stands today. A WWII veteran and Mississippi’s field secretary for the NAACP, Medgar Evers both lived and died at this site, assassinated in his driveway in 1963 by a Ku Klux Klan member. Medgar’s commitment to desegregating higher education and expanding voting rights and economic opportunity changed Mississippi forever.
Dedicated to the timeless contributions of African Americans, the Smith Robertson Museum and Cultural Center uses art, artifacts, photography, and other cultural treasures to demonstrate the crucial impact of Black voices and Black accomplishments in Mississippi and the world. Stroll permanent exhibits spanning a detailed history of Farish Street District to the contributions of Black doctors, scholars and folk artists.
Georgia’s Official Outdoor Adventure Destination offers excitement for the entire family from Air Rifles to Zip Lines.
Spend summer in the water, on Florida’s Adventure Coast, Brooksville-Weeki Wachee. Nature’s Place to Play offers crystal clear rivers running to the Gulf of Mexico, for fishing, scalloping and paddling.
From one extreme to another and back again. With its stark desertscapes, thermometer-shattering climate, and all-around extreme reputation, Death Valley is a natural centerpiece for this road trip.