Mississippi's Fall festivities and comfortable vacation accommodations are sure to please the entire family!

Fall Vacation Attractions for the Mississippi Gulf Coast

The fall season is the perfect time to visit the Mississippi Gulf Coast. Depending on where you're coming from, it can be a chance to warm up a little, see some different sights and even experience a flavor of life that's just plain unique.
When you do come to the area, check out any of the following fall vacation attractions. In fact, stay a while! AdvertiseRental features hundreds of vacation rentals in and around the Mississippi Gulf Coast for affordable nightly and weekly rates.

Happy Halloween in Woolmarket
Get in the Halloween spirit by participating in this child-oriented celebration. It's held at the Woolmarket School grounds and is geared at ages 11 and under. Admission is free and food will be offered. A costume contest for all of the kids will be held, with awards for the winners in different age categories. Different games and contests for attendees will also be put on, making it a blast for everyone.

Holy Family Seafood Festival
Come celebrate the coastal life in this three-day event held at Holy Family Parish in Pass Christian. Emission costs nothing, and of course excellent seafood is available. There's also a 5k foot race, crafts, rides, art, live entertainment and plenty of good times. This festival is put on every year, making it a local event many look forward to attending.

Biloxi Lighthouse Arts and Crafts Festival
Get a heavy dose of local cultural at this beloved annual gathering, held at the Biloxi Visitors Center. Craftsmen and artists from the area put their creations on display, which you can purchase and take home. Child-friendly activities are also part of the event, plus refreshments. Vintage cars can be seen cruising up and down Highway 90, while lighthouse tours are given for free.

Amour Danzar
Learn to ballroom dance like a pro, or at least how to handle yourself gracefully on the dance floor. Every Friday night, a ballroom dance party is held starting at 8:00 pm. Dinner is served before at 7:30 pm. Everyone is welcome, no matter skill level, so there's no need to be shy. Even if you don't have a dance, partner, you can come and participate. Instruction is available, and you likely will meet some friendly people to have interesting conversations with.

Cruisin' Keesler
Held each October, the Cruisin' Keesler car show is a fun gathering. People show off their classic cars, hot rods, trucks, motorcycles or whatever else at the Keesler Marina Park, making for a great backdrop for the vehicles. Anyone can enter their vehicle, and there are prizes for the best rides in different categories. Coming to see the cars costs nothing. There's more than just cars at the event, including a craft fair, live entertainment and even food from the Roadkill Café.

100 Acre Woods – Foraging EventÂ
Celebrate the legacy of Winnie the Pooh in this event held at the Mary C. O'Keefe Cultural Center. Participants will be fed fresh granola and spend the morning foraging for ingredients to use in the kitchen. Afterwards, a chef will prepare the foraged foods into delightful dishes, allowing everyone to sample the creations. A book signing is also part of the event, with author Kathryn Aalto talking about her book The Natural World of Winnie the Pooh. Family-friendly events will be held on another day at the Ocean Springs Library, with no admission fee.

Fishing for Catfish Kids Day
Kids ages 15 and under get to participate in this unique event. As the name of the event suggests, kids go fishing at Hiller Park Pond. Participants need to supply their own fishing strings, tackle, bait and cooler. There will be door prizes handed out for fishes that have been caught during the competition. Awards are given out for different accomplishments, such as the most fish caught, the most unusual fish caught, and even the smallest fish caught. Lunch will be served.

Annual Gautier Mullet and Music Fest
Held in downtown Gautier each year on Dolphin Drive, emission is free. Multiple stages are set up, providing a variety of live acts for your enjoyment. The festival is about more than just music. You can throw a mullet, eat one and see the Mullet King and Queen. An exotic car show, plus a separate motorcycle show adds a nice flair to the event, giving people some eye candy to enjoy. People can also sign up to participate in a Cruisin' the Coast ride. A kids' area includes games and activities to keep the little ones busy. An art contest is also part of the festival, and plenty of vendors are on site to sell food and crafts, plus educate the public about different services in the community.

Seeing all of these fall attractions on Mississippi's Gulf Coast is a blast. You can find quality rent-by-owner properties in Biloxi and Gulfport on AdvertiseRental.com, making your trip so much more enjoyable.

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