In addition to rolling hills and secluded lakes, northern Mississippi features an interesting blend of picturesque town squares and bustling small cities. Holly Springs offers approximately 90 antebellum homes and the largest town square in the state.
The Delta features vast farmlands, including acres of white cotton, hundreds of catfish ponds, and a variety of agricultural communities. This region is recognized worldwide as the birthplace of the blues. Greenville, Clarksdale, Carrollton, and Greenwood are the historical jewels of the region, with a rich heritage that embraces music, literature, and agriculture.
Mississippi’s eastern-central pines feature a variety of locations, from unspoiled wilderness settings to modern cities. Antebellum and Victorian homes, the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway, and abundant lakes, streams, and swamps are all found in Columbus.
Mississippi’s capital/river region, stretching from the modern skyline of the state’s capital to the Mississippi River, is rich in history. Jackson features a rich blend of contemporary modern architecture intermingled with the State Capitol Building (1903), Jackson City Hall (1846), and Old Capitol Museum (1840).
Mississippi’s Coast features 26 miles of sparkling white sand beaches, five pristine barrier islands, Vietnamese, Chinese, and Yugoslavian settlements, a NASA complex, and one of the largest shipbuilding facilities in the United States — all along the sparkling waters of the Gulf of Mexico.
Mississippi is comprised of five distinct geographic regions: The Hills, The Delta, The Pines, The Capital/River Region and the Coastal Region. Each region offers its own distinct atmosphere, aura and landscape to lend to your production.