The City of Pascagoula is home to parks, the last free-flowing river in the United States, miles of bike and natural surface trail. We have miles of beach property, boat launches, crabbing and fishing piers and a birding trail.
With so many natural resources, Pascagoula continues to develop and expand outdoor and nature recreational opportunities. They include camping, canoeing, kayaking, boating, sailing, biking, running, fishing and crabbing, birding, disc golf and more! Experience the physical and mental benefits of safe, fun outdoor recreation in Pascagoula.
Pascagoula's Historic Bike Trail provides residents and visitors with a unique historic tour of the City. A bicycle advisory committee is in place to help guide further bike-related development, and work to enhance and build bike culture in Pascagoula.
Jackson County’s Pascagoula River Blueway offers something for people of all paddling abilities. The entire trail takes approximately 6 hours to complete paddling at a moderate pace and is best for experienced to intermediate paddlers. However, with several access points along the Pascagoula River Blueway, the beginner paddler or person looking for a short trip have a variety of options.