What is a waterway? Simply enough, a waterway is any navigable body of water. In the southern 6 counties of Mississippi, we are in abundance of beautiful coastal and inland waterways.
Please click links and video links below for information, history, maps and accessibility on our beautiful waters.
- Beach Outfalls (Allison Anderson, Coastal Research & Extension Center)
- Blue Water Beaches (Allison Anderson, Coastal Research & Extension Center)
- Coast Commerce and Living (Captain Louis Skrmetta, COO Ship Islands Excursion)
- Coastal Boat Building (Edmond Boudreaux, Biloxi Historian)
- Early Waterways as Highways (Edmond Boudreaux, Biloxi Historian)
- Estuarine Education & The Legend of Singing River (Nate Metzler, MGCCC-Jackson County, Estuarine Education Center)
- Estuarine Education (Melissa Jarosinski, MGCCC-Jackson County, Estuarine Education Center)
- Evolution of Waterways ( Charles Sullivan, Historian, MGCCC-Perkinston Campus)
- Greenways & Blueways (Ron Magee, Designer (Retired from NASA)
- Lyman Fish Hatchery (Micheal Lee, Manager)
- Marine Education Center (Sam Clardy, Associate Director)
- Oyster Farming (Anita Arguelles, Education Marketing Specialist)
- Wa’ter You Doing Here? (Edmond Boudreaux, Biloxi Historian)
- Waterways & Blueways (Rhonda Price, MS Gulf Coast National Heritage Area Director)
Pearl River County
Things to do
Click here for an interactive map of piers, marinas, and boat ramps.
Follow all safety rules on the water and be ever watchful.
You never know what could lurking or just sunbathing!