The Isle of Capry Casino resort brings the splendor
of the tropcs and the exciment of casino gaming to the
Mississippi Gulf Coast.
Caribbean-themed resort sparkles with vibrant colors,shimmering fountains, towering palms and cascading indoor waterfalls.
Long lived traditions like The Annual Blessing of the Fleet. All the shrimp boats parade past a Catholic Bishop and get blessed prior to the start of the shrimp season..
Historic homes lining Highway 90 running the length of 27 miles of white sand, palm trees, and water.
Piers dotting the length of sand beaches suitable for fishing, picnicking, or just enjoying the sun.
How about a little sheltered niche where you can break out the wine and cheese WITHOUT getting sand in your food. And STILL be on the beach. We got it!
DaKat, I'm sorry these pictures of Spanish Moss are a little dark to emphasis the moss. It was an extremely bright day and I was not using my lighting very well.
Peaceful roads with live oak limbs shading them like an umbrella and hanging moss dripping from the limbs.
Ahhh. Our beautiful schooners. This was the way of shipping in times gone by. We have two now. They are ran by the tourist bureau. The two of them are racing on this day.
For the most part we are a laid-back casual bunch. But we do have many cultural activities. This is the historic Sanger Theater where our Gulf Coast Symphony is in residence.
What do people like about our beaches? Well, it depends. When my Mom comes to visit from inland, she is totally infatuated by the sea gulls.
Can't you just see yourself sunning here. We have so much beach that it is vacant for miles. Young people like to congregate only in certain areas so they can be sure to be seen.
The fishermen go crazy competing with who can decorate their shrimp boats the most fancy for the Annual Blessing of the Fleet.