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Places to Go
Known as one of the best campgrounds near Memphis, Jellystone Park™ Memphis has plenty to do in the surrounding area! Visit Beale Street, enjoy the Tennessee Safari Park, learn history at the National Civil Rights Museum, enjoy nearby hiking, explore Graceland, and more.
Rendezvous, located in Memphis TN was “created” in 1948, when Charlie Vergos cleaned out a basement below his diner, discovered a coal chute. Photo by Thomas Hawk is licensed under CC BY 2.0
Pink Palace Family of Museums
The Pink Palace Family of Museums is a group of museums, displaying collections of historic, educational and technological significance. Photo by Bill Onasill is licensed under CC BY 2.0
Memphis Zoo
The Memphis Zoo, located in Midtown, Memphis, TN, is home to more than 3,500 animals representing over 500 different species.
Tennessee Safari Park
Located in Alamo, the Tennessee Safari Park is the perfect place for animal lovers to explore.
American Queen
The American Queen began sailing in April of 2012. It is the last of the three original Delta Queen paddle wheelers. The Delta Queen was decommissioned after the Coast Guard exemption expired. Sail the Mississippi in grand style!
Snowden Grove Park
Snowden Grove Park is the premier youth baseball facility of the region.
Shopping Malls
There are a lot of great shopping areas near Jellystone Park™.
Stax Museum
Go on a museum tour in a modest country church – the birthplace of soul music. The museum consists of a 1906 Mississippi Delta church that has been reassembled inside of the building. Dance to Stax records, check out period recording equipment, and so much more.
Bass Pro Pyramid
Bass Pro is known for their large, wilderness-themed stores & wide array of hunting, fishing & outdoor gear. One of the most unique buildings.
Beale Street
Beale Street is known the world over as the Home of the Blues and the Birthplace of Rock n’ Roll. Photo by Mobilus In Mobili is licensed under CC BY 2.0
Children's Museum
The Children’s Museum of Memphis is located in Midtown Memphis and helps create memorable learning experiences through hands-on exhibits and programs.
National Civil Rights Museum
Visit the National Civil Rights Museum at the Lorraine Motel to learn all about historical milestones for civil rights.
Mid Island River Park
Mud Island is a small peninsula, surrounded by the Mississippi River to the west and the Wolf River Harbor to the east. Photo by Sean Davis is licensed under CC BY 2.0
Graceland is the beautiful 14-acre estate and colonial mansion purchased by legendary Rock ‘n’ Roll singer Elvis Presley shortly after his breakthrough into the pop charts in 1957. Graceland became more than a home to Elvis and his family & friends; it served as a headquarters for his artistic pursuits and a repository for his grand collections.
Tunic Casions
Tunica, Mississippi, has earned the title of the “South’s Casino Capital” by being home to nine major casino resorts. Enjoy non-stop gaming, plus popular entertainers at the finest casinos to be found in the South.