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Starkville: Mississippi's College Town

For families, singles, and retirees, the Starkville community and adjacent Mississippi State University offer an abundance of places to see, events to attend, and activities to enjoy.

The opportunities cover a multitude of interests from SEC sporting events, participatory sports, outdoor recreation, tours, rodeos, historical sites and buildings, and festivals to concerts, art galleries, and museums – and, of course, a wide range of shopping and dining options. Well-maintained city and county parks provide convenient venues for many activities.

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5 Things To Do This Weekend in Starkville

#1 Visit the Starkville Dog Park    Moncrief Park, located on North Jackson Street, is home to the Starkville Dog Park. The park is equipped with picnic tables, shady trees, tires, a drinking station, plastic kiddie pools and waste bags for pet excrement. The fenced area in the park allows for off-leash play, making it… More

5 Things to do This Weekend in Starkville

#1 Attend unWine Downtown  Three times a year — Spring, Summer & Fall — Starkville Main Street members open their doors for a night of wine tasting and after-hours shopping with unWINE Downtown. Participating boutiques and shops serve a variety of wine tastings plus, they offer at least 20% off all merchandise to unWINE Downtown ticket… More

5 Things to do This Weekend in Starkville

#1 Attend the House Concert at Montgomery Bed and Breakfast Come out to the beautiful Montgomery House on Old West Point Road for their first Montgomery House Concert. The concert will be held on Saturday, July 11th from 6 to 9 p.m. and will feature Matthew Reynolds followed by David Evans. An admission fee of… More

L.A. Green

L.A. Green in Downtown Starkville Located in the heart of historic Starkville, L.A. Green, a thriving retail opened in 2011 is sure to have something for the girls. What started as an idea from Lauren Ann Cooper’s entrepreneurial spirit quickly turned into a reality when she opened the first L.A. Green storefront in Cotton Crossing… More