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SpanishTrail Lanes Bowling Center

2909 Old Spanish Trail Gautier, Mississippi

We are a 24 lane, smoke free bowling center that provides fun for the entire family. We have a full service snack bar and, also located inside the bowling center is The Exit Sports Lounge. Spanish Trail Lanes is also home to the Double Diamond National Bowling Tournament.

Call (228) 497-2822

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Veterans Tribute Tower

Gautier City Hall, 3330 Highway 90

Veterans Tribute Tower

he Veterans Tribute Tower is a unique and nationally-recognized tourism landmark to the State of Mississippi, as there is only one per state in the United States of America, with the exceptions of Florida, California and Texas. Mississippi’s Veterans Tribute Tower recognizes all our veterans standing proud. The 30-foot-tall bell tower features four clock dials and a 250-pound, 24-inch-diameter bell. The clock dial is meant to remind us to “Take Time to Remember” our veterans! Stop by, give thanks to those who served! It will move you.

Gautier City Park

Pointe Bayou Rd, Gautier, MS 39553

Beautiful park with a great fishing pier, boat launch, picnic pavilions, splash pad. It sits on the edge of Mary Walker Bayou and is a great spot to watch birds, sit out on the pier, launch a kayak.

Mississippi Sandhill Crane National Wildlife Refuge

7200 Crane Lane Gautier, MS 39553

Look in any direction at Mississippi Sandhill Crane National Wildlife Refuge and you look back to an earlier time along the Gulf Coast. The landscape is flat, like a prairie. The ground, blanketed with impervious clay soil, is waterlogged and acidic. Yet here, a rich, colorful blend of rare orchids, carnivorous plants and other ground cover thrive under the scattered pines in one of the most species-rich plant communities in North America. This is the wet pine savanna ecosystem – the critical habitat for endangered Mississippi sandhill cranes, migratory songbirds and waterfowl, and many other wildlife species. The refuge protects and restores the last remaining wet pine savanna in the United States, and thus, ensures the survival of the rare and magnificent Mississippi sandhill crane.

The Administrative Office and Visitor Center is located one half mile north of Interstate 10, at Exit 61, off of Gautier-Vancleave Road. The refuge is open to visitors during daylight hours only. The Visitor Center is open from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. The Visitor Center is closed on federal holidays and Christmas Eve.

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Shepard State Park


Shepard State Park has 395 acres abounding with trees and wild flowers, bike and nature trails, 28 developed campsites, 1 bathhouse, tent camping and picnicking and 18-hole disc golf course.
The park is nestled in the heart of Singing River (Pascagoula River) country, where legend has it that members of the Pascagoula Indian nation linked hands and walked into the Pascagoula River rather than be taken captive by hostile Indian tribes. The mournful death chant they sang as they walked earned the Pascagoula River the nickname “Singing River”. Tales of the heroic exploits of French and Spanish settlers and romantic legends of the Pascagoula and Biloxi Indians are standard fare in the scenic coastal area surrounding Shepard State Park.
(228) 497-2244 [email protected]

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