Grand Village of the Natchez is a 128.1-acre site encompassing a prehistoric indigenous village and earthwork mounds in present-day south. The complex was constructed by members of the prehistoric Plaquemine culture. The village was the Natchez tribe's main political and religious ceremonial center.
Fun at Duncan Park begins with a picnic at the playground, a game of golf or tennis, or outdoor volley ball. Take a stroll through the grounds of a historic mansion or catch a game of baseball. Duncan Park offers a safe, clean environment for locals and visitors to enjoy.
Bluff City Bowl offers 16-lane bowling alleys and the perfect family-friendly spot to host a party, join a league, or just stop in for a game with friends. Food, fun and beverages along with a large Arcade for gaming enthusiast is available.
Visiting Natchez in October is full of family fun and activities. The Natchez Balloon Festival dates this year are October 21 - 23, 2023. Offering live music, carnival rides, food vendors & more on the historic grounds of the Rosalie, come enjoy a weekend of fun while watching hot air balloons race along the MS River.
The trails begin and end at the Gazebo on the historic Spanish Esplanade or Promenade, a narrow strip of green that fronts the town and skirts the edge overlooking the Miss River. Informational signs are placed within the f mile trail. Local musicians perform on certain days. Bring a blanket and enjoy the sunset.
Experience nature and the beauty of The Natchez Trace Parkway. The 444 miles scenic drive from Natchez, MS to Nashville, TN offers beautiful scenery, historic sites, and adventure along the way. Camping, waterfalls, picnic areas and more are yours to enjoy.