Visit the DeSoto County Museum. From Hernando DeSoto to Jerry Lee Lewis, from the Civil War to Civil Rights, the history of DeSoto County is truly fascinating.
Stop by Elvis Presley's Circle G Ranch. Yes, "The King" was the one-time owner of this property which is now being lovingly restored. When complete, guests will be able to explore the honeymoon cottage, horse stables, 14-acre lake and more. You can't miss it, as a 55 ft. white cross towers over the property.
Discover the DeSoto County Courthouse. Placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1997, spectacular wall murals inside the courthouse depict the discovery of the Mighty Mississippi River.
Be an "Agri-Tourist." Trust us, it's delicious. Pick your own fruit at Nesbit Blueberry Plantation, lose yourself in the “Corn Maize” and choose your own pumpkins at Cedar Hill Farm, and learn from the "tree artists" pros at Brussel’s Bonsai, the largest importer and grower of Bonsai trees in the nation.
Follow the Mississippi Blues Trail. Walk where some of America's greatest Blues musicians walked, dance where they danced, experience The Blues right where The Blues were born. It begins in Walls, at at the gravesite of the legendary Memphis Minnie.
There's so much more to enjoy. Historic homes and picture-perfect town squares, shopping (from a 70-store outlet mall to some of The South's best antiquing), 72 holes of championship golf, sailing and fishing on Arkabutla Lake and, truth be told, we can go on forever.
One thing is for sure, you'll never run out of things to do in DeSoto County.