Meridian East / Toomsuba KOA

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Reserve: 800-562-4202

Info: 800-562-4202


3953 KOA Campground Road

Toomsuba, MS 39364

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Local Area Attractions

The Dentzel Carousel

Meridian's one of a kind historic carousel and carousel house, along with Highland Park, was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1986. The Carousel House is the only remaining original carousel building built from a Dentzel blueprint.

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Jimmie Rodgers Museum

The Father of Country Music was also known as the 'Singing Brakeman' was born in Meridian in 1897. Jimmie was inducted into the Country Music Hall Of Fame in 1961. The Jimmie Rodgers Memorial Festival is held in May each year and is a showcase of talent for well-known country music artists.

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Dunn's Falls

Visit an authentic grist mill of 1857, preserved in working order and experience the 65-foot waterfall once used as the power source. Stetson hats were also manufactured here. Enjoy the beautiful scenery and wade in the waters of the Chunky River.

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Grand Opera House

The Mississippi State University Riley Center's Grand Opera House features historic architecture with modern amenities and the latest in technology to create the ultimate performing arts experience. The Grand Opera House was built in 1889.

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Soule' Live Steam Festival and Railfest

Come for the Festival and also visit the Mississippi Industrial Heritage Museum, a project to restore the Soule' Steam Feed Works Industrial Site

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Rose Hill Cemetery

Visit the graves of Emil and Kelly Mitchell, King and Queen of all the gypsies in the United States. Rose Hill Cemetery is open all year, and admission is free.

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Causeyville General Store

Causeyville General Store opened in 1895 as a general store and grist mill. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and has many original fixtures and demonstrations of the working gristmill. For more information, call (601)644-3102 or email

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Antique Mall of Meridian

Antique Mall of Meridian, with 34 dealers, is your local source for period and country antiques, pottery and collectibles. For more information, phone 601-483-4683 or email

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Union Station

The Union Station includes several modes of passenger transportation.

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Merrehope and Frank W. William's Houses

These are Civil War homes.

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Hamasa Shrine Temple Theater

The Theater is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and was completed in 1928. It is now used year-round for area events, stage shows, plays and concerts.

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Lake Okatibbee

Lake Okatibbee is a 3,800-acre lake where you can boat, fish, or swim.

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Meridian Museum of Art

The Meridian Museum of Art is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Mississippi Landmark which features rotating exhibitions.

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Philadelphia, MS (45 miles NW)

Silver Star and Golden Moon Casinos, Dancing Rabbit Golf Club, Philadelphia Country Club, Williams Brothers Store.

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Jackson, MS (100 miles W)

Multitude of museums, State Capital, Governor's Mansion, Russell C. Davis Planetarium, Jackson Zoological Park, Waterland USA.

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Laurel, MS (70 miles S)

Here you will find the Bear Creek Golf Club, Lauren Rogers Museum of Art, Golden Oldies Antique Mall, Office Products Center (an enormous selection of Christmas ornaments, of which many are European mouth-blown figural glass ornaments).

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Hattiesburg, MS (100 miles S)

Armed Forces Museum at Camp Shelby, Hattiesburg Historical District (one of the largest in MS), Black Creek in Desoto National Forest (Mississippi's premier canoeing stream).

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Birmingham, AL (135 miles E)

Visionland Theme Park, Alabama Sports Hall of Fame, Desoto Caverns, Birmingham Zoo, Barber Motor Sports Park, Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail.

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