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Get a Bus Rental and Charter in Columbus, Mississippi and Discover Possum Town Today

Columbus, Mississippi

Also called Possum Town, Columbus is home to more than 23,000 people. It is also the seat of Lowndes County and has several attractions for you to visit on a bus rental and charter in Columbus, Mississippi.

A bus rental and charter in Columbus, Mississippi can take you to:

Entertainment & Amusement Parks

If you love races, then there are two venues for you to choose from: the .3 mile oval Columbus Speedway or the .375 oval Magnolia Motor Speedway. You can also head to the Columbus Fairgrounds to see what's happening there.

Arts & Culture

Visit the R.E. Hunt Museum, which allows you to learn more about education and the African American heritage in Mississippi. Or check out the art exhibits, classes and shows held at the Rosenzweig Arts Center.

Golf Courses & Sports Venues

There are three golf courses that you can go to in Columbus. Check out Columbus Country Club, Green Oaks Golf Club, and Elm Lake Golf Course.

Historical Sites & Landmarks

Check out two markers on Main Street. The Big Joe Williams Blues Marker honors the folk blues legend along with his achievements in the music world, while the Catfish Alley Blues Marker recognizes the venue's contributions to jazz, soul and blues music in the region.

Moreover, the city is home to close to three dozen sites that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Check out the many historic houses in the city that are either historically or architecturally significant, such as Brownrigg Harris Kennebrew House, Charles McLaran House, Cox Uithoven House, Harris Banks House, Jones Banks Leigh House, Kenneth Gatchell House, Owen Richardson Owen House, Sykes Leigh House, and William E. Ervin House. Then you also have the historic districts, each having several buildings and structures of interest that are near each other and could be explored together. These districts are Columbus Central Commercial Historic District, Factory Hill - Frog Bottom - Burns Bottom Historic District, and South Columbus Historic District.

You also have historic bridges such as the Columbus Bridge, Motley Slough Bridge, and Waverly Bridge. Other sites on the register include the Butler Mound and Village Site, Friendship Cemetery, Hickory Sticks, James Creek No. 1 Site, Lindamood Building of Palmer Home for Children, MacKay Mound, and Old St. Paul's Episcopal Church Rectory.

Parks & Outdoor Activities

Check out Lee Park, where you can have a great time at the playground, picnic facilities and other features. Propst Park has several softball fields, baseball fields, tennis courts, a skateboard park, a play area, a water spray park, a community center, a dog park, and an activity center. You can also visit Lake Lowndes State Park and Opossum Trail, where you have recreational facilities that everyone can enjoy, including a 150 acre lake, fishing and camping facilities, cabins, football fields, tennis courts, softball fields and other sports courts.

Meanwhile, Dewayne Hayes Recreation Area and Campground has more than 100 camping sites that you could choose from. There are facilities for boating, hiking, fishing and sightseeing here. Then you also have the Columbus Marina and the Burns Bottom Soccer Complex.

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