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Come and experience life at its best only in Hattiesburg. This attractive city of Forrest County, Mississippi has a character of a metropolitan despite maintaining its charm of that of a nature friendly town representing beautiful vistas and environment friendly countryside. As a tourist, Hattiesburg provides you a good mix of historic landmarks, world-class leisure and entertainment options and best possibilities for sports and recreation. And if you are a visitor, then there is more than just meet-an-eye sights and adventure filled attractions.
Enjoying the status of the third largest city in the state of Mississippi (according to 2008 Census Estimate); the city of Hattiesburg boasts of great administration that ensures better quality of life and right opportunities of growth for everyone. With a population of over 50,000, Hattiesburg is among the rapidly growing communities of United States. The city ranks high in providing education, health facilities and all other kind of civic amenities to the citizens. Hattiesburg is blessed with a strategic location within a region that is well-known for its economic growth and tourist attractions. It is the principal city of the Hattiesburg, Mississippi Metropolitan Statistical Area and county seat of Forrest County; however, it also includes an eastern portion of Lamar County.
Hattiesburg is an easy fare for tourists as it is linked to different cities through six different highways, thus earning it a title of Hub City. The city provides easy access to New Orleans, Jackson, Mobile, Natchez and the Gulfport while the regional airport offers flights to all the major cities. Historic traces of Hattiesburg show that it was founded in 1882 by Captain William H. Hardy, a noted civil engineer. Although it was previously known as Twin Forks and Gordonville, he named it in honor of Hardy's wife Hattie. Two years later, in 1884, Hattiesburg was incorporated as a town with a population of only 400. Most of the early settlers came from Georgia and the Carolinas and they include some Scottish, Irish and Englishmen as well.
Hattiesburg first became the center of attention due to lumber and railroad industries. However, the economy has diversified today to different industries and sectors. Hattiesburg of today attracts visitors from far and void due to multiple reasons. Some come here to experience the best recreational opportunities of South Mississippi while others like to explore its thriving cultural and entertainment scene. Whatever you like, we assure you of full-on fun in Hattiesburg. Named as Tree City USA by the National Arbor Day Foundation, Hattiesburg is full of beautiful sceneries and picturesque attractions. It provides plethora of sightseeing options, trails and wildlife exploration. Kamper Park is a popular family picnic point that houses Hattiesburg Zoo and other fun attractions.
The real flavor of Hattiesburg can be enjoyed by taking a visit to Downtown. This area offers great historic and cultural attractions. As a visitor, you are bound to explore Hattiesburg Historic Neighborhood District, Hub City Historic District, Mobile Street Historic District and North Main Historic District. Also, the Oaks Historic District is a worth-visiting for its turn of the century oak-lined streets. The major historic and cultural attractions of Hattiesburg include African American Military History Museum, Hattiesburg Arts Council Gallery and Danforth Chapel and Chapel Place. The Degrummond Children's Literature Museum at The University of Southern Mississippi and other University attractions invite many visitors on regular basis.
Shopping and dining is great fun in Hattiesburg. The city houses two huge shopping malls and hundreds of other retail destinations. Its specialty shops are famous for hand-crafted furniture and dolls while other regional crafts can also be found in various shopping centers. If you are a foodie, then you have a wide variety to choose from. Fast food and snacks, southern style cuisine and International cuisine, seafood, American, delis, wines; everything is available in city's pubs and restaurants. Sports and recreation is the best part of Hattiesburg life. In August 2007, it was ranked among the 50 Top Adventure Towns by National Geographic Adventure Magazine ?'Where to Live and Play Now?. Truly, there is lot to explore in terms of adventure and recreation. Its outdoors proves perfect location for hiking and canoeing while camping and fishing around water resources is also great fun. You can also try hunting in the forests or play Golf in some of South Mississippi's best golfing resorts.
Finally, lovers of music, movies and entertainment have unlimited options to explore during their stay in Hattiesburg. Popularly known as the birthplace of rock and roll, Hattiesburg houses numerous movie theaters showcasing the glitz and glamour of big screen. The city houses National Historic landmark and award-winning Saenger Theatre and state-of-the-art Grand Theatre. There are several nightclubs and live music venues offering year round entertainment. Hattiesburg celebrates life all year long. The Old Time Festival is among the best events that showcase city's spirit every year. Besides this, various top class artists and theatricals stops here during different seasons. Our wide range of Hattiesburg Tickets allows you to be a part of latest and most happening events in the charming town and make your Hattiesburg visit even more eventful!