Great food with a casual, cozy atmosphere.

Offering great pub grub, tap beer, wine, and spirits. Menu includes great wings, sliders, street tacos, nachos, burgers, and so much more!

Great food. Daily specials. Child-friendly.
El Paisaje is the first Mexican store in Louisville MS and we welcome you to come an buy our products and also come enjoy our delicious Mexican food.

Woods Grocery is a family owned business in the wonderful city of Louisville, MS!! We have our daily Plate Lunch & Menu Items! Homemade Desserts and Breads daily!! Voted Best Burgers, Plate Lunch, & Desserts in Town!!!

The Market Cafe serves hot plate lunches, chalkboard specials sandwiches, salads, and much more. Our weekends consists of lots of wood-fired grilled steaks and seafood.

Large menu, large portions, great food, cozy atmosphere, child-friendly.

Classic food and friendly atmosphere.

Lake Tiak-O’Khata has long been an establishment known far and wide for its savory buffet and menu selections. Our cooks specialize in traditional Southern delicacies while continually offering something delicious and different. Just the food makes it worth the trip. We also have a wide array of carry-outs, including homemade casseroles, pies, and cakes.


Soak up the modern and vintage charm of this fully remodeled home. Eclectic accents include shiplap walls, wood trim and wood floors. It is a truly unique experience. This is a family home for sure.

This home is a place to soak up charm the old and new. The screened in porch is the perfect place to truly “getaway”. The Gage Getaway is close to town with fun shops to browse.

The Loft is very eclectic with vibrant colors. It is perfect for the person/s that love the open concept and everyone being together! The beds are in the loft area, hence the name of the space being called the Loft! This space is perfect for the person looking for a deal. It is an eclectic vibe of colors and energy for a fun space.

It is truly home away from home and people have chosen it as a favorite.

Lake Tiak-O’Khata is a family-owned resort in Louisville, Mississippi. With a full-service restaurant including six private rooms, two conference centers, a lakeside motel, waterfront cabins, kitchenette suites, and RV park, the Lake is the perfect place for your family vacation or business meeting. A lake known as a place that brings people together, Lake Tiak-O’Khata has something for everyone.

Beautiful Home est. in 1916 in in the Historic section of downtown Louisville. Kitchen and bathrooms have been updated. Includes an outdoor swimming pool for use in warm weather.Walking distance to main street with shopping,antiques stores, restaurants, library, post office and more.

Two year old cabin with front porch, inside the city limits of Noxapater, MS. 15 miles from the Silver Star Casino in Philadelphia MS. 35 miles to Starkville MS, home of the MS State Bulldogs.
If host is home you can probably get a good southern cooked meal. Cozy cottage feel. In town, but feels like the country. The town used to be known as Trigger, due to gunfights back in the early days. Hence the cottage’s name. Noxapater was the name of a Choctaw Indian Princess according to history buffs.The cottage is a structure itself. Guests have the whole cottage. Kitchen, bath, bedroom, and living room.

A trip back in time awaits you at the Mason Boutique Hotel. It’s the perfect place for a Mississippi vacation with a down home feel in Louisville, MS. Enjoy a little slower pace and sit back and relax at the Mason.


Legion State Park is public recreation area located on the north edge of the city of Louisville, Mississippi, and adjacent to Tombigbee National Forest. As Legion State Park Historic District, the state park entered the National Register of Historic Places in 1998.

The Memorial Day Weekend is kicked off with the Friday Night Street Party followed by the Annual Red Hills Festival on Saturday of Memorial Day Weekend. The Festival showcases arts and crafts vendors that include handmade jewelry, candles, furniture, outdoor art, and much more. There are also a variety of food vendors to please everyone’s appetite! The Red Hills Car Show is a large car show with an average of 100 cars and trucks of all makes and models. With a variety of judging categories, you are sure to see unique and one of a kind entries each year. The 5K Run and Fun Run begins in downtown Louisville and offers awards for men, women and children.

Wings over Winston is an annual air show at the Louisville-Winston Airport and features historic WWII aircraft. The event is free to the public and offers shuttle service between parking areas and the airport. Participants can also take a ride in an open cockpit biplane with professional aircraft performers. Local businesses contribute to this free event to make it affordable for our citizens. Food vendors are on-site offering a variety of refreshments.

The historic theater in Downtown Louisville was constructed in 1923. The Strand hosts Grammy Award winner Carl Jackson’s Home for Christmas Concert each year. Currently, the theater is being fully renovated to provide a state of the art facility for arts and drama.

The show attracts a large number of car exhibitors, whose entries are evaluated by a team led by a certified car show judge. The festival offers craft exhibits and sales, entertainment, and food. The Cotton Gin Festival and Car Show is held in September in Noxapater.

This family-owned resort in Louisville boasts a motel, restaurant, lake, cabins, conference centers, water slides and much more. Enjoy fishing, swimming, tennis, basketball, volleyball and paddle boats.

The park site is the legendary birthplace of the Choctaw Indian nation and the site of their sacred mound, Nanih Waiya.

This 48,000-acre refuge consists primarily of bottomland and upland forests, and is home to a wide range of wildlife species. The Sam D. Hamilton Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge includes two major lakes: Bluff Lake, 800 acres in area, and Loakfoma Lake, at 400 acres. These and other water areas, such as four green-tree reservoirs, 16 small impoundments, and assorted wetland areas furnish habitat for bald eagles, wood storks, American alligators, and wintering waterfowl. Game species include quail, deer, and turkey, and hunting is allowed in certain areas. The endangered red-cockaded woodpecker can be found on the Refuge, and many neotropical birds live in the forests.

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