Natchez Under-the-Hill

Almost 200 years ago Natchez Under-the-Hill was known as the most notorious river landing on the Mississippi River. Gamblers, thugs, murderers, con-men, swindlers, prostitutes, and traders in every illegal substance known populated Natchez Under-the-Hill. It was a nasty place.


Natchez Under-The-Hill

Now the restaurants and saloons bring in tourists.  Jerry Lee Lewis used to play his music here when he was very young.

Natchez Under-The-Hill

Natchez Under-The-Hill

We had lunch at the Magnolia Grill at Natchez Under-the-Hill, Bernie had the catfish which came with hush-puppies and some boiled greens, and I had a bowl of gumbo, which was delicious. Then we walked around the corner to have a look at the Isle of Capri, a stationary steamboat casino.


Isle of Capri Casino, Natchez MS

We have moved the RV a few miles up the road to the Natchez State Park for tonight. Tomorrow we will begin driving up the Natchez Trace Parkway.

Natchez State Park, Mississippi, #40

Natchez State Park, Mississippi, #40

  • Gasoline:  none
  • Lodging:   $14
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