Travel to Mississippi to experience cozy towns with seasonal flair no matter if you’re a land, air, fire or water sign.
Libras are known for their social personalities, charm and beauty, making the River Region of Mississippi a perfect fall getaway. Visitors to the region can experience The Natchez Trace Parkway, one of the most sought-after scenic routes in the U.S. and a great place to experience fall foliage. The peaceful and colorful trail is lined with maple, hickory, oak and other hardwood trees that begin to change colors in mid-to-late- October, with peak foliage in November each year.
After a day of exploring, visitors can experience some of the best breweries in the state where autumn is on tap. In Jackson, Fertile Ground Beer Company’s Small Batch Sundays will please the adventurous palate, while Key City Brewing Company and Eatery pairs up flagship brews like the Mr. Sippi pilsner and Collard Green Carbonara. Natchez Brewing Company offers a large menu of seasonal and flagship beers like the ZickZack Marzen and Bluff City Blonde.
Scorpios are one of the most determined and ambitious signs and also fall into the water sign category. Water signs are known for being emotional and creative, making an artsy fall activity the perfect fit. Fall means Mississippi’s only glassblowing hot shop, Mohawk Steel & Glass, is open for the season. Located on a Christmas tree farm in Hattiesburg, Mohawk Steel & Glass allows guests to create beautiful handblown glass objects with the help of a professional glassblower. Right now, guests can choose to create a blown glass pumpkin, holiday ornament, bowl, decorative object, vase and more.
Sagittarius’ quest for knowledge knows no bounds, so this fall, escape to Oxford to explore The Conference on the Front Porch October 28-30. The two-day gathering features important speakers, dinners, incredible music, literature, bonfires and stories. The conference is headquartered at The Mill at Plein Air—a 12,000-foot venue built from salvaged material in the Plein Air neighborhood of Taylor. Taylor is only a seven-minute drive from Ole Miss and Oxford.
Read Mississippi Getaways for Summer Zodiac signs here.