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Thanks everyone. we are staying at Gulf Beach RV Resort. definitely doing the National Seashore. I remember looking somewhere online there was a maritime museum with buoys and stuff outside along with indoor exhibits, but have not been able to find it.


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dodge guy wrote:

Thanks everyone. we are staying at Gulf Beach RV Resort. definitely doing the National Seashore. I remember looking somewhere online there was a maritime museum with buoys and stuff outside along with indoor exhibits, but have not been able to find it.


I mentioned this in my post..maybe it's what you are referring to.

Gulfport has the Institute for Marine Mammal Studies..dolphins, sea turtles, seals...I think you need to make reservations online.





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LindaAnn wrote:

dodge guy wrote:

Thanks everyone. we are staying at Gulf Beach RV Resort. definitely doing the National Seashore. I remember looking somewhere online there was a maritime museum with buoys and stuff outside along with indoor exhibits, but have not been able to find it.


I mentioned this in my post..maybe it's what you are referring to.

Gulfport has the Institute for Marine Mammal Studies..dolphins, sea turtles, seals...I think you need to make reservations online.


Thanks. I did look at that, but I didn't see what I was looking for. We will check it out.

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Go west along the beach to visit Waveland, the town where Katrina came ashore. Nice places to eat and a great little museum about what little was left after Katrina hit.
Buchanan State Park is just a few miles west of town, we stayed May of 2018 for several days.
Stennis is really worth seeing also as mentioned above.


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bucky wrote:

Go west along the beach to visit Waveland, the town where Katrina came ashore. Nice places to eat and a great little museum about what little was left after Katrina hit.
Buchanan State Park is just a few miles west of town, we stayed May of 2018 for several days.
Stennis is really worth seeing also as mentioned above.

According to what I can find Buchanan State Park is in PA and google maps show no town of Stennis in LA. Did you mean Stennis, MS? And was it Buccaneer State Park, Mississippi?


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From there, you are only 1 1/2 hours from New Orleans and about about the same to Mobile AL , Pensacola Beach isn't far from there. You can venture to other areas in a fairly short time.

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From there, you are only 1 1/2 hours from New Orleans and about about the same to Mobile AL , Pensacola Beach isn't far from there. You can venture to other areas in a fairly short time.


We are staying at French Quaerter RV Resort after Biloxi for a day and a half. So that is covered. But thanks again for all he info. Definitely gives me options.

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Belengrath Gardens Just Outside Mobile Is A Must See.


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