Mississippi County Attractions

Located in the northeastern corner of the state, Mississippi County is named for the river that forms its eastern boundary. It is noted for its agricultural production (especially cotton, soybeans, rice, and corn), which has contributed greatly to the economy of the area and the state. Eight steel-related industries have located in the county in recent years, making it the largest steel-producing county in the nation. The region was home to many prehistoric cultures, with 800 known archeological sites in the county.


Plan your visit to Mississippi County by browsing this listing of things to do and see ... such as Blytheville’s historic downtown business district.


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