Mississippi Land for Sale

  • 0.35 Acres in Mississippi

    $25,000, 0.35 Acres , , Lauderdale, Mississippi

    This 0.35 acre site is located just 5 minutes from Interstate 20/59, 7 minutes from downto

  • 0.5 Acres in Mississippi

    $297,500, 0.5 Acres , 108 N 4th Avenue, Newton, Mississippi

    For sale is the historic Gallaspy House in the heart of Decatur, MS. This home was built i

  • 0.72 Acres in Mississippi

    $187,266, 0.72 Acres , Liberty Road, Rankin, Mississippi

    BUSINESS POTENTIAL!! This property contains 0.72 surveyed acres (31,211 sq. ft.) and is lo

  • 0.94 Acres in Mississippi

    $39,500, 0.94 Acres , River Ridge Drive, Tishomingo, Mississippi

    The Shores is a gated community within the 350 acre residential and resort community of Un

  • 0.93 Acres in Mississippi

    $22,500, 0.93 Acres , Jervis Mims Road, Forrest, Mississippi

    Sale Pending

    If you are looking for a great place to build, think about south Hattiesburg. This propert

  • 1 Acres in Mississippi

    $112,000, 1 Acres , 372 Lake Eddins, Jones, Mississippi

    Looking for a weekend get-away on the water? This camp located on the water at Lake Eddi

  • 1 Acres in Mississippi

    $134,900, 1 Acres , , Lee, Mississippi

    Sale Pending

    This 4,000 sf commercial building is in excellent condition and is located at 111 CR 1445

  • 1 Acres in Mississippi

    $49,000, 1 Acres , , Panola, Mississippi

    REDUCED! There is great potential with this 1+/- acre parcel located in the Pleasant Grove

  • 1 Acres in Mississippi

    $45,000, 1 Acres , Hebron Road, Holmes, Mississippi

    This three bedroom / one bath home has great value. This is a great fixer upper for the

  • 1 Acres in Mississippi

    $78,000, 1 Acres , 258 Lem Sullivan Road, Simpson, Mississippi

    Whether you are looking for a quiet country home, a weekend getaway, or a cabin for your h

  • 1 Acres in Mississippi

    $112,000, 1 Acres , Lake Eddins, Jones, Mississippi

    This is a great camp on the water at Lake Eddins. It has an attached boat house and deck

  • 1 Acres in Mississippi

    $78,250, 1 Acres , , Yazoo, Mississippi

    Sale Pending

    This is a RARE find and will not last long. If you are looking for a home close to Delta N

  • 0 Acres in Mississippi

    $87,500, , Issaquena, Mississippi

    Looking for a great fishing camp or weekend getaway? This 1,500 square foot camp has acces

  • 6680 Acres in Mississippi

    $267,500, 6680 Acres , , Bolivar, Mississippi

    The Break Land Company, LLC is among the gold standard in quality Mississippi hunting prop

  • 6200 Acres in Mississippi

    $850,000, 6200 Acres , , Bolivar, Mississippi

    When a Mississippi River Equity Share conversation arises, Concordia Rod and Gun Club quic

  • 3850 Acres in Mississippi

    $500,000, 3850 Acres , , Madison, Mississippi

    Horseshoe Lake is considered one of the best all-around Central Mississippi hunting proper


Mississippi land, much of it alluvial soil deposited by the namesake river flowing down its western border, proved to be the richest cotton-growing ground the earth had ever seen in the early 1800s. The delta was cleared for the great cotton plantations that made Mississippi the fifth-wealthiest state in antebellum America. The Civil War throttled the boomtowns and after the war the state was slow to abandon its agrarian ways. Several disastrous floods on the mighty Mississippi River also throttled several attempts at industrialization.

So much of the Magnolia State still rests in undeveloped land. Almost all of it is heavily forested except those half-million acres of Mississippi Delta still producing cotton. You are more likely to find Mississippi farmers these days harvesting catfish, of which it is the country's largest producer. When Mississippi farms come on the market they are likely to feature timberland, often with managed herds for private hunting.

What the state failed to produce in the way of material goods it made up in human capital. Consider this partial roster of famous Mississippians that have shaped the cultural landscape: Jimmie Rodgers, the "Father of Country Music;" blues legends Muddy Waters, Howlin' Wolf and Robert Johnson; the King himself, Elvis Presley; America's greatest novelist, William Faulkner; playwriting titan Tennessee Williams; record-breaking gridiron stars Jerry Rice, Walter Payton, and Brett Favre; and Oprah Winfrey.

For centuries travelers knew Mississippi lands from the Natchez Trace, a footpath connecting Native American villages to the Mississippi River. In early America watermen would float flat-boats down the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers, sell their goods and salvageable logs on the Natchez docks and then walk back through the nation's interior on the Trace. Today the Natchez Trace Parkway is an unimpeded 444-mile national park, with over 300 of its miles through Mississippi. It is the ideal conduit for scouting the state's rural land.