If you (and your significant other) want to see a true sunset,.....try watching one from the Pascagoula coast.....truly amazing!!!!! I took it for granted and moved away, then once again came back and thought....' what was I thinking '....... But you guys judge!!!!!!!!!!!!!more
The first account of Hugo Krebs' cotton gin was written in 1772 by a Brit, Bernard Romans, who reported that he had found Krebs' efficient gin. Krebs was suspicious of the British and avoided any publicity. He disassembled his gin to prevent anyone copying his design, and never patented it..more
The Spanish Fort (or the La Pointe Krebs House) was built around 1718 is the oldest structure still standing in the Mississippi Valley and west of the Atlantic Coast. The building is made up of 18-inch thick walls of oyster shells, mud and moss. used to fill in the spaces between wooden uprights.Its not really a Spanish Fort however, it was just...more
3800 Hospital Rd, Pascagoula, Mississippi, 39567, United States
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4919 DENNY AVE, Pascagoula, MS 39581
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4419 Denny Ave, Pascagoula, MS 39581
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From the outside, this little 'locals only' place just looks like a corner store. When you walk inside, you may still think it is! It is half grocery store market and half seating area for the deli.The market sells Cajun, Creole and other typically southern ingredients and spices. Things such as gumbo paste, chili powders and locally produced...more
Aunt Nita's is one of the best places I've ever eaten at (and trust me, I've eaten at my share of places!) They serve everything from seafood to "down-home" cooking!!!! If you like pizza.....TRY THE PIZZA BURGER......IT'S EXCELLENT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! PIZZABURGERS......'NUFF SAID!!!!more
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Jackson County Airport in Pascagoula, the Trent Lott International Airport in Moss Point, and the Ocean Springs Airport in Ocean Springs.
Major highways running through Jackson County are MS 63, US 90, and Interstate 10. 28 miles from Mobile Alabama.
On quiet summer evenings a mysterious yet beautifully haunting sound can be heard emanating from the waters of Singing River. From the time of the earliest settlements in the area, writers have noted and pondered the source of the mysterious sounds of Singing River.
The legend attributed to the mysterious sounds tell a sad but beautiful story of the extension of the Pascagoula Indians. The Pascagoulas, a peaceful, gentle tribe, were beset upon by the neighboring Biloxi Indians, a fierce, warlike tribe. Having lost several battles with the Biloxi Indians in which many of the Pascagoula warriors were killed, and with the shouts of their victorious foes ringing in their ears, the Pascagoulas resolved to die rather than be enslaved. All the men, women and children of the Pascagoulas clasped their hands together and marched into the serene waters of the Singing River chanting their death song, perishing beneath the waves. It is a beautiful legend of courage and love and the eternal death song of the Pascagoula Indians can be heard by all those who care to listen upon the banks of Singing River.
20 miles E of Biloxi along Highway 90 is Biloxi. Plenty of gorgeous beach, Casinos everywhere and of course adult entertainment.
We were just passing through, behind schedule, and I didn’t get to see all the things I had listed to see other than the old Spanish fort and cemetery on Krebs Lake. Other things to see in Pascagoula are Scranton Floating Museum, Round Island Lighthouse, Pascagoula Railroad Depot & Singing river Art Assn amongst other things.