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During a family getaway to Biloxi, relatives do more than splash together in the Gulf of Mexico. There are numerous historical landmarks, museums, and attractions family members of all ages can explore together. This ranges from one-hour tours to day-long fishing expeditions.
Outdoor-spirited family can set foot in the Mississippi River and Gulf Coast wilderness. Wolf River Canoe & Kayak guides small groups around the bends of the Wolf River's mild rapids. Clay soil and woodlands contrast with the white, sandy coastline along the way.
Continue into the ocean with Biloxi Bay Charter or Schooner. The Bay Charter teaches guests about marine biology on the beach, in the ocean, and Deer Island. Biloxi Schooner leads 2.5 hour to full day excursions out to sean on their large, sailed vessels.
On the other hand, there are plenty of substitutes for families who like the action of the outdoors, but prefer theme parks. The Fun Factory is a miniature golf and video gaming complex. Their main attraction is a neon-lit safari golf game. If this park is not wild enough, go to Gulf Islands Water Park. Gulf Islands Water Park is the local theme park and the largest on the coast. Guests ride miles of water slides and crazy rides over 18 acres of fun.
Don't burn all that kid energy out before going to one of the museums in the area. Lynn Meadows Discovery Center, The Scott Marine & Aquarium Center, and the Stennisphere NASA Space Center are additional places that encourage family interaction.