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The Magnolia state encompasses 31.9 million acres, just over 48,000 square miles. Located in the southern region of the United States, part of its borders are formed by the Gulf of Mexico. The western border is the Mississippi River. Neighboring states include Louisiana, Arkansas, Tennessee, and Alabama.

Mississippi’s name derives from a Native American word meaning “great waters” or “father of waters,” referencing the great Mississippi River. Mississippi became the 20th state of the union in 1817.

It’s nicknamed the Magnolia State in honor of the magnolia trees that grow across the state. The state flower is the Magnolia which is the bloom of the Magnolia trees, and the state bird is the Mockingbird.

The state is made up of 82 counties. Jackson is the capital and the largest city. Gulfport, on the coast, is the second largest.

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Madison County, MS
This tract offers a rare opportunity to purchase a very large tract located in southern Madison County, (890 acres) and east Hinds County (270 acres). From beautiful rolling pastures, to mature hardwood creek bottoms and gently rolling hills, the pos...
1,160± Acres
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$10,850,000
Clay County, MS
This property offers a rare opportunity to own a large tract in one of the most game rich areas of Mississippi. This property is primarily managed hardwood timber with a few hundred acres of managed pine timber. A recent timber valuation indicated -m...
2,181± Acres
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$8,500,000
Jefferson County, MS
Contentment Plantation consists of 2,253 acres of which approximately 1,075 acres of 20+ year old select-cut plantation pines, approximately 586 acres of mixed-age hardwood timberland and 452 acres of WRP hardwood timber and waterfowl impoundments. A...
2,253± Acres
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$6,950,000
Hwy 45 Alt Commercial Lot 7
Clay County, MS
Lot 7: This is a premium 19 acre tract of land just south of the new Love's Truck fuel Center. There are many options for this hwy frontage property. Thanks for looking and call Sonny Jameson 662-295-0247...
19± Acres
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$4,553,000
Hwy 45 Alt Commercial Lot 6
Clay County, MS
Lot 6: Featured is a great 15 acres site south of West Point and across from Loves Truck fuel Center on Hwy 45 south. Call Sonny Jameson 662-295-0247...
15± Acres
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$3,921,000
Quitman County, MS
This 771 acre Quitman County, MS property has been owned by one family for 68 years and previously served the purposes for Cotton, Corn, Soybeans, Cattle production as well as now Wildlife and Timber. The vast majority of the acres are currently re-e...
771.4± Acres
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$2,698,500
Hwy 45 Alt Commercial Lot 1
Clay County, MS
This premiere tract is located on the corner of Hwy 45 and Church hill rd! This is the best location West Point has to offer for a business to be successful! Tremendous traffic count lends this spot to a fuel center /C Store! Call Sonny Jameson 662-2...
3.3± Acres
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$2,590,000
Monroe County, MS
If you have been looking for a true recreational tract that is also a big-time timber investment in the Golden Triangle Area, this is it!!!!!!! Stovall Bottom 615 is one of those tracts that you fall in love as soon as you set foot on it. This well-d...
615± Acres
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$2,150,000
W Church Hill Road Commercial Lot 12
Clay County, MS
Lot 12: Featured is 13.62 acre industrial site directly across Church Hill Rd from the new Peco Food Plant. Great access with so many options! Contact Sonny Jameson. 662-295-0247...
13.62± Acres
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$2,080,000
Wilkinson County, MS
This 263 acre high fenced tract is located at 269 Pinckneyville Road near the Old Pond Store and Clark Creek Natural Area.  Access is by deeded easement from the Pinckneyville Road and water is supplied by the Buffalo River Water Association.&nb...
263± Acres
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$1,315,000
Clay County, MS
Lot 8: This tract has frontage on 4 lane Hwy 45 and Louis Odneal rd. All great access with so many possibilities from a restaurant, retail, or convenience store. Call Sonny Jameson 662-295-0247...
3± Acres
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$1,180,000
Oktibbeha County, MS
This property located just south of Starkville, MS offers a once in a lifetime opportunity!!! SUBSTANTIAL TIMBER VALUE!!!! Just minutes from Starkville and adjacent to a secluded area of the Noxubee Refuge it's a truly unique location. This is an exc...
320± Acres
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$1,095,000
Lafayette County, MS
Development property with full utility service in place, this has delightful rolling terrain with the majority in open pasture, accented by areas of mature timber.  It is suitable for residential, commercial or industrial developement....
20± Acres
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$1,000,000
Under Contract
Oktibbeha County, MS
This property with rolling hills of intermittent pasture and mature timber has four lakes and multiple house sites. It has a half mile of paved road frontage on Moor High Rd and is conveniently located just 12 miles from MSU campus. Browning Creek de...
206± Acres
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$927,000
Hwy 45 Alt Commercial Lot 9
Clay County, MS
Lot 9: This 4 acres behind Americas Best Value Inn in West Point Ms has access form churchhill rd and louis odneal road. This parcel is perfect for for multiple businesses and or Apartments. Call Sonny Jameson At 662-295-0247...
4± Acres
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$872,000
Hwy 45 Alt Commercial Lot 11A
Clay County, MS
This is 5 acres that can be split many ways to accommodate a buyer with what ever they are looking for. Great acess for the Outlet Mall. Call sonny Jameson 662-295-0247...
5± Acres
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$872,000
Under Contract
Clarke County, MS
This property offers an excellent timber investment and hunting opportunities! The timber value, recent timber valuation available to serious potential buyers, is substantial potion of the asking price. The property has established food plots, shooti...
332± Acres
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$830,000
Jackson County, MS
18.95 +/- Acres. The perfect Ranch. If you like Horses and Hot Rods this is the place for you. Tastefully done ranch home with large game room, swimming pool, outdoor cooking, hot tub, porches galore, solar power, fantastic horse barn with and apartm...
18.95± Acres
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$799,777
Quitman County, MS
This property 227 acre recreational property located in Quitman County, MS has been in the ownership of one family for many decades and has been in Timber, Row crop, and now in the Conservation Reserve Program for 17 years of Hardwood production as w...
227± Acres
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$794,500
Hwy 45 Alt Commercial Lot 5
Clay County, MS
Lot 5: This is the the last out parcel available in front of the super Walmart in West Point Ms. Please call Sonny Jameson 662-295-0247...
1± Acres
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$785,000
Under Contract
Clay County, MS
This is country living at its finest!! Beautiful home with swimming pool, great shop. covered shed and 105 acres of crossed fenced rolling improved pasture.  You have to see this to really appreciate and understand how nice it all is!...
105± Acres
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$775,000
New Listing
Lafayette County, MS
This listing consists of a dormant subdivision with 32 platted lots with completed infrastructure in the initial phase. The listing includes the site layout, the grading and storm plan, the erosion control plan, and the water layout and additional dr...
42± Acres
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$750,000
Chickasaw County, MS
This +/- 515 acre tract nestled in the hills of SW Chickasaw County is a whitetail haven with incredible views. This property has been intensively managed over this past year with controlled burns in the spring and fall creating a diverse array of na...
515± Acres
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$746,750
Chickasaw County, MS
This beautiful tract has about 200 acres of rolling improved pasture land that is fenced and is currently used for grazing cattle.  This tract is part of larger listing but can be purchased separately. It is labeled as Tract E on the interactive...
200± Acres
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$720,000
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Regions of Mississippi

The state has several popular land regions, including the Mississippi Black Belt, Mississippi Delta, Mississippi Pine Belt, and Mississippi Gulf Coast.

Agriculture in Mississippi

Agriculture continues to be Mississippi’s top industry for revenue generated in the Magnolia State. Agriculture is in the state is an 8.83 billion-dollar industry. There are approximately 34,700 farms in the state, covering 10.4 million acres of Mississippi. The average size farm comprises 300 acres. Agriculture makes a significant contribution to all 82 counties.

Mississippi’s most valuable crops are cotton and soybean. The state also grows substantial quantities of corn for grain, rice, and sweet potatoes. Most of the cropland is found in the Mississippi Delta area of the state.

Historically known for its cotton harvest, the products that now account for the state’s main agricultural output are broiler chickens, soybeans, and corn. Fun fact, Mississippi is a top 5 producer of broiler chickens along with Georgia, Arkansas, Alabama, and North Carolina. Poultry is Mississippi’s largest agricultural commodity, leading as the most valuable livestock product, including eggs-layers, with sales valued at $3.1 billion.

Mississippi leads the country in catfish production. Catfish is an important commodity for the state. Mississippi’s aquaculture has risen back to the top, ranking first in the U.S. with $230.7 million in sales. Known for farm-raised catfish, Mississippi boasts 205 catfish farms with sales valued at $219.7 million (USDA, June 2021).

Wildlife

Mississippi wildlife is abundant within the state on both land and water. The dense vegetation, ample rainfall, and forage make it a wildlife mecca for land animals and fisheries alike.

Its primary wildlife includes whitetail deer, turkey, dove, ducks, and hog.

The combination of both freshwater and saltwater creates a diverse ecosystem for many fish species, including largemouth bass, crappie, catfish, perch, and bluegill. The primary saltwater species include redfish, speckled trout, blacktip shark, and cobia. With over 100 public lakes, 123,000 stream miles, and 255,000 freshwater acres, and, Gulf Coast access makes for diverse fishing opportunities across the state.

Main Rivers & Largest Lakes

Mississippi River, Pearl River, Pascagoula River, Tombigbee River, and their main tributaries: the Tallahatchie River, Yazoo River, Big Black River, Leaf River, and the Chickasawhay River.

The largest lake is Sardis Lake, and other significant lakes include Ross Barnett Reservoir, Arkabutla Lake, and Grenada Lake.

National and State Parks

Mississippi has 24 state parks and nine national parks.

National Parks

  • Brices Cross Roads National Battlefield Site
  • Gulf Island National Seashore
  • Medgar and Myrlie Evers Home National Monument
  • Natchez National Historical Park
  • Natchez Trace Parkway
  • Natchez Trace National Trail
  • Shiloh Military Park
  • Tupelo National Battlefield
  • Vicksburg National Military Park

Major Lakes

Lake Sardis, the largest lake in Mississippi, is located in North Mississippi on the Little Tallahatchie River 50 miles south of Memphis, Tennessee. The surface area of this lake is approximately 98,520 acres (154 square miles).

Other large lakes include Grenada Lake and Ross Barnett Reservoir, which exceed 30,000 surface area acres.

State Summary
Nickname Magnolia State
Neighboring States Alabama, Louisiana, Arkansas, Tennessee
Regions Mississippi Black Belt, Mississippi Delta, Mississippi Pine Belt, Mississippi Gulf Coast
State Flower Magnolia
State Bird Mockingbird
Big Game Whitetail deer, alligator, wild hogs, coyotes, fox, bobcats
Small Game Turkey, ducks, dove, rabbits, squirrels, quail
Freshwater Fish Largemouth bass, Crappie, Catfish, White bass, Perch, Bluegill
Saltwater Fish Redfish, speckled trout, blacktip shark, cobia, red snapper
Hunting Information https://www.mdwfp.com/
Total acreage 30.9 million
Total public land acreage 600,000 acres
Average annual rainfall 55.9 inches
Farmland by acreage 10.4 million acres
Woodlands by acreage 19.2 million acres
Coastline 44 miles
Conservation program Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks
Primary Crops Cotton, Soybeans
Main Rivers Mississippi River, Mississippi River, Pearl River, Pascagoula River and the Tombigbee River
Largest Lake Lake Sardis
Other Lakes Grenada Lake and Ross Barnett Reservoir
Major Rivers Mississippi River, Pearl River, Pascagoula River, Tombigbee River
Other Tributaries Tallahatchie River, Yazoo River, Big Black River, Leaf River, and the Chickasawhay River

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