The Clinton Visitor Center offers a large amount of entertainment and fun, year around, to visitors and residents alike. In addition to Friday Nights at Milepost 89, the weekend music scene covers all genres of music including folk, country, bluegrass, string band music, and gospel with performances on most Saturday mornings and every Sunday afternoon during the month. The center also hosts several events throughout the year for that are both informative and fun for the entire family. The Clinton Visitor Center is located at 1300 Pinehaven Road, at MILEPOST 89 on the Natchez Trace Parkway. For more details call 601.924.2221.
Settlers Day at Milepost 89 is an informative and fun event for the entire family. Visit with living historians portraying the “Characters of the Trace”; see a Choctaw Social Dance Group performing Choctaw social dances; or SEE the Flash, SMELL the smoke and FEEL the roar of a the cannon!
Friday Nights at Milepost 89 a key component of the Clinton Visitor Center Weekend Music Scene. The performances feature talented musicians and singers on the third Friday of the month at 7pm with the season running from March through October. Admission is at least 89 cents.
Come meet Infantry, Cavalry, and U.S. Navy and children can enlist in a “boot camp”. Attend a show and tell program on the “Battle of Champion Hill” and view the treasures of the Champion family. These presentations allow you to immerse yourself in the knowledge provided by the historians.
The Veterans Tribute honors all veterans who served in the armed forces of the United States and other first responder like police officers, firefighters, and EMT personnel. The tribute event is held the Sunday prior to Veterans Day. The tribute is established for people of all ages, especially youth of America, to encourage pride and patriotism.
The Weekend Music Scene offers a large amount of entertainment and fun, year around, to visitors and residents alike. In addition to Friday Nights at Milepost 89 the weekend music scene covers all genres of music including folk, country, bluegrass, string band music, and gospel with performances on most Saturday morning and every Sunday afternoon.
The City of Clinton has chosen to honor Clintonians who have been recognized for achievements of excellence in their field at the local, state, or national level. Many have received prestigious awards. These individuals either grew up in Clinton or spent time in Clinton during the span of their achievement of excellence in their area of expertise.