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Gulfport, Mississippi

Gulfport real estate is regarded as a top ten market in Mississippi for beach homes and beach lots.

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About Gulfport

 With a population of just over 70,000 people, this coastal city is home to a variety of attractions, activities, and amenities that make it an excellent place to live. Here are some of the great things about living in Gulfport. 

 Historic Sites 

 Gulfport has a rich history that is reflected in its many historic sites. One of the most notable is the Bert Jones Yacht Harbor, which was built in the early 1900s and is still in use today. The Gulfport Harbor Lights Winter Festival is also a popular attraction, featuring millions of lights, music, and a variety of holiday-themed events. 

 Recreational Activities 

 Gulfport offers plenty of opportunities for outdoor activities, including fishing, boating, and golfing. The Gulfport Sportsplex is a 250-acre complex that includes multiple baseball and softball fields, soccer fields, and a skate park. The Gulf Islands Waterpark is also a popular destination, offering water slides, wave pools, and lazy rivers. 


 Gulfport is known for its excellent seafood, and there are plenty of restaurants that serve fresh, locally caught fish and shellfish. Some of the best options include Half Shell Oyster House and White Cap Seafood Restaurant. For those looking for something a bit different, Chimney's Restaurant serves up delicious steak and pasta dishes. 

 Hospitals and Closest Airport 

 Gulfport is home to several excellent hospitals, including Memorial Hospital at Gulfport and Garden Park Medical Center. Both hospitals offer a range of medical services and have highly trained staff. The Gulfport-Biloxi International Airport is just a short drive from the heart of Gulfport. The airport offers daily flights to major cities across the country, making it easy to travel for work or pleasure. 

 Gulfport is also known for its annual Mississippi Deep Sea Fishing Rodeo, which is one of the largest fishing tournaments in the country. The city is also home to the Institute for Marine Mammal Studies, where visitors can learn about and interact with dolphins, sea turtles, and other marine animals. 

 Whether you're interested in history, outdoor recreation, or great food, there's something for everyone in Gulfport. With excellent hospitals and a convenient airport nearby, it's also a practical and convenient place to call home.