Part of Madison County in Mississippi, Ridgeland is home to more than 24,000 people. There are several attractions that you should visit in the city on a bus rental and charter in Ridgeland, Mississippi.
A bus rental and charter in Ridgeland, Mississippi can easily accommodate a group of up to 60 people. That means that you can invite all your friends and family members to tour with you!
Some of the places you should go to include:
Take the kids to the Bounce Palace where they could have fun with the bounce houses and play video games.
Renaissance at Colony Park gives you elegant merchandise that you may not find elsewhere. The lifestyle center includes several national retailers and a number of notable local businesses, including Angie's, Francesca's Collection, J. Crew, Lucky Brand Jeans, I.O. Metro, Barnes and Noble Booksellers, and many others. Then you can head out to the Antique Mall of the South and add something to your collection of vintage stuff. If you want more vintage stuff, check out Repeat Street where you can find great items that are being resold.
Hardcore shoppers would love Ridgeland Retail Trail, which would take you to the city's best shopping districts and top stores. Other places that a shopaholic should go to include the Jackson Street District, Trace Station, School Street Crossing, The Promenade, Oak Place, North Regency Square, Fifty-One Place, Centre Park, Mississippi Crafts Center, The Township at Colony Park, and Northpark Mall.
Order delicious Mexican food at Taqueria La Guadalupe or at La Morena, or have a sumptuous steak at Shapley's. Or perhaps try out Greek food at Krilakis, or go with the familiar at the Trace Grill. Other restaurants we can recommend are Amerigo, Cock of the Walk, Tico's Steak House, Primos Cafe, and Ding How Asian Bistro.
Ridgeland is home to three sites listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Check out the Boyd Mounds Site, consisting of six mounds that you can find next to the Natchez Trace Parkway. The Old Natchez Trace and Choctaw Agency Site includes 3.3 miles of the Natchez Trace and a site for archaeological investigation. Then you should see the Old Natchez Trace, which consists of two segments of the Trace.
Trying to get fit? Go on the Ridgeland Bike Trail or the Ridgeland Multi-Use Path. Bikers, hikers, joggers and, yes, even rollerbladers can go on these trails for a great workout. You can also enjoy the city's lovely weather at its many parks. Go to the Ross Barnett Reservoir Overlook and get 33,000 acres of boating, sailing, and fishing opportunities. You should also check out the Friendship Park, the Freedom Ridge Park, and Wolcott Park. Or play at any one of the 17 courts of the Ridgeland Tennis Center.
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