Contact DeSoto County
- 40+ hotels, 7 B+B’s, and campgrounds
- Itinerary planning and tour assistance
- Restaurant and attractions guides
- Historic, quaint towns: Hernando, Horn Lake, Olive Branch, Southaven and Walls
- DeSoto County Museum
- Circle G Ranch, formerly owned by Elvis Presley
- Mississippi Blues Trail
- 72 holes of championship golf
- Spectacular sailing and fishing at Arkabutla Lake
- Incredible entertainment, shopping, and dining options throughout the county
When you are looking at DeSoto County, MS to have your next reunion, you are looking in the right direction. We are South of the Ordinary. We will help any way we can to make your next reunion your best one yet. Come see us!
Reunions provide the perfect opportunity to surround yourself with some of the most important people in your life, and what better place to do that than in DeSoto County, Mississippi, where the flavors of the south, a rich local history and plenty of family fun are waiting at every turn.
In DeSoto County, there is truly something for everyone. 72 holes of championship golf at four courses, fishing at Arkabutla Lake, shopping at the impressive Tanger Outlets, and dining at any one of the county’s 300-plus restaurants are just a few of the activities that reunion groups can look forward to. Be sure to check out what’s happening at the Landers Center, where each month offers an incredible variety – from basketball games and reptile shows to concerts and monster truck rallies. Another great option for groups is Snowden Grove, which features famous musical guests from across the nation.
With such close proximity to Memphis, it’s no surprise that DeSoto County has a musical history. You can start your Mississippi Blues Trail adventure here, tracing the path of legends and discovering many of the places they performed, lived and made history.
Pay a visit to Circle G Ranch, formerly owned by Elvis Presley, himself. Guests will soon be able to explore the honeymoon cottage he shared with his wife, the stable where they housed their horses, a 14-acre lake with giant 55-foot cross, and much more. And don’t miss the chance to visit the home of one of rock ‘n’ roll’s first true legends, Jerry Lee Lewis. At The Lewis Ranch, visitors get a behind-the-scenes look at the legend’s early life while learning more about his remarkable career.
The small towns of DeSoto county offer a rare source of hospitality that is the perfect backdrop for any reunion. Hernando, Horn Lake, Olive Branch, Southaven and Walls are some of the many favorites offering a variety of lodging and dining options for groups, and that are sure to make your next reunion a hit.