Mississippi Land for Sale

  • 0.29 Acres in Mississippi

    $29,500, 0.29 Acres , 5005 Nebraska Street, Hancock, Mississippi

    This waterfront double lot is a boaters dream. Located on the corner of Tennessee and Neb

  • 0.63 Acres in Mississippi

    $10,000, 0.63 Acres , Chippewah Drive, Jones, Mississippi

    Look no longer in Jones County, I have the perfect investment or residential lots. These t

  • 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

  • 1 Acres in Mississippi

    $6,000, 1 Acres , 601 Crescent Blvd #103, Monroe, Mississippi

    REDUCED!! Beautiful one acre wooded lot in Monroe County just across the road from Lake Mo

  • 4000 Acres in Mississippi

    $199,500, 4000 Acres , 601 Crescent Blvd #103, Bolivar, Mississippi

    4,000 Acre in Hunting Club Share Big Buck Management Program Club Established in the 19

  • 7000 Acres in Mississippi

    $525,000, 7000 Acres , 601 Crescent Blvd #103, Coahoma, Mississippi

    7,000 Acres of MS River Hunting Land Inside the Mississippi River Levee All Owned by the

  • 6200 Acres in Mississippi

    $850,000, 6200 Acres , 601 Crescent Blvd #103, Bolivar, Mississippi

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

  • 3850 Acres in Mississippi

    $500,000, 3850 Acres , 601 Crescent Blvd #103, Madison, Mississippi

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

  • 13000 Acres in Mississippi

    $435,000, 13000 Acres , 601 Crescent Blvd #103, Bolivar, Mississippi

    13,000 acres of MS River Hunting LandONE OF BEST PROPERIES ON THE RIVER 12,000 acres ow

  • 1750 Acres in Mississippi

    $250,000, 1750 Acres , 601 Crescent Blvd #103, Issaquena, Mississippi

    1,750 acres of PRIME Mississippi River Hunting Land 24 Total Shares owned by 21 Members

  • 1271 Acres in Mississippi

    $265,000, 1271 Acres , 601 Crescent Blvd #103, Warren, Mississippi

    1,271 Acres Owned Club Leases 266 Acres 15 Shares Owned by 10 People Cabin Lot Includ

  • 1.03 Acres in Mississippi

    $37,500, 1.03 Acres , 601 Crescent Blvd #103, Oktibbeha, Mississippi

    Sale Pending

    REDUCED!! This 1.03+/ acre lot is zoned C2 and has endless opportunity. Potentially great

  • 1.1 Acres in Mississippi

    $180,000, 1.1 Acres , 90 CR 2231 , Prentiss, Mississippi

    Enjoy country living on 1.10 +/- acres in the Burton Community of Prentiss County, Mississ

  • 1.28 Acres in Mississippi

    $99,000, 1.28 Acres , 601 Crescent Blvd #103, Clay, Mississippi

    Then take a look at this 1.284 +/ acre commercial lot in West Point, MS. It is located in

  • 1.4 Acres in Mississippi

    $49,000, 1.4 Acres , 601 Crescent Blvd #103, Madison, Mississippi

    Check out this 1.4+/- acre lot in Natchez Trace Village! Conveniently located to just abou

  • 1.4 Acres in Mississippi

    $19,500, 1.4 Acres , Old Hwy 24W, Walthall, Mississippi

    Just in time for summer! If you have been looking for your own piece of paradise on the Bo


Mississippi

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.