Pearl River Resort, the southeast’s premier gaming and family entertainment resort, features some of the best attractions in Choctaw, MS.
To make arrangements for a visit to any of the attractions below, or for additional recommendations on other fun things to see and do in and around Choctaw, MS, please stop by the front desk.
A convenient one-stop shop that offers an information booth, specialty candies, Choctaw authentic merchandise, travel necessities, gas and much more. Located at 109 Industrial Road, off Highway 16.
Located in the heart of the South and the crown jewel of Pearl River Resort, Dancing Rabbit Golf Club offers all the charm and sophistication of a world-class golf destination, including two championship golf courses, designed by renowned golf course designer Tom Fazio and PGA great Jerry Pate.
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As Mississippi’s #1 family attraction, Geyser Falls Water Theme Park is one of the most modern waterpark facilities of its kind in the world. It covers 15 acres and features 13 waterslides including a six-story freefall speed slide, gigantic wave pool, exotic lazy river and a four-lane racing slide.
Four days of fun every year in July. Visitors can enjoy a carnival, Choctaw arts and crafts, traditional dancing, native food, entertainment, and championship stickball.
For more information, visit www.choctawindianfair.com.
Named for 19th century Choctaw Chief Pushmataha, the 285-acre lake is popular for bank-side fishing and offers picnic areas and grills for families to enjoy. Lake Pushmataha is located on Black Jack Road off Hwy 16 West.
The Chahta Immi Cultural Center has been developed to showcase and provide cultural education through exhibitory on Choctaw Artforms. The Center includes the Archives Collection and the Institute of Chahta Immi.
Located in the Choctaw Shopping Center, Higheay 16 West, Choctaw, Mississippi
Made up of an archaeological mound and cave mound, Nanih Waiya (meaning “stooping/leaning hill”) is a significant sacred site that is at the center of many traditional Choctaw stories.
Established in 1907 by brothers, Amzie and Brown Williams, the general store has continuously served the farm and city population for over a century. Now run by second and third generation Williams, the store provides groceries, apparel, shoes and farm needs such as feed and grains.
Located approximately 8 miles east of Philadelphia, off Highway 486, the Neshoba Lake covers 225 acres, has a boat ramp and offers 25 hook-ups for overnight camping.
Unveiled in July 2009, The Marty Stuart Country Music Trail Marker is located at the corner of Main Street and Byrd Avenue. Visit www.mscountrymusictrail.org.
Each year in July on the Neshoba County Fairgrounds. The Neshoba County Fair is a week of entertainment, food, crafts and races. Visit www.neshobacountyfair.org for more details.
The largest promotional event in Philadelphia is held each year in April. Enjoy entertainment, arts, crafts and delicious food