Another of Biloxi's famous attractions is its pale golden beach.The beach was dredged and formed during the mid-1950's and stretches along the coast for twenty six miles. It is the longest man-made beach in North America.

The water, which has forever enticed, challenged and enchanted mankind is in evidence everywhere. It is what prompted The discovery of Biloxi three hundred years ago and is responsible for its popularity today.

Twelve miles off the coast of Biloxi lie five of the most beautiful barrier islands in the United States. Daily ferries travel back and forth between Biloxi and West Ship Island during the Summer months. The Island is a great destination for enjoying the blue green waters of the Gulf of Mexico.

Ample harbors for small and large marine vessels dot the coast. Charter boats for deep sea fishing and sailing excursions in the Gulf abound. The inland waters of Bilox's Back Bay and Biloxi rivers offer a variety of water sports as well. Skiing, canoeing and camping can be enjoyed along these pristine beachheads.