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End 2021 With Snowflakes in the Bay

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Snow in Coastal Mississippi?


Anything is possible in Bay St. Louis, even sparkling, dazzling snowflakes on the coast.

If you’re looking for something festive to do this week before the new year commences, check out Snowflakes in the Bay in downtown Bay St. Louis!

Presented by Bay St. Louis Historic L&N Train Depot, walk or drive through the beautifully lit, century-old live oak trees illuminated with snowflake decorations. The combination of the two is truly a sight to behold.

Mississippi doesn’t see snow often, but for the last fourteen years, Bay St. Louis has created a winter wonderland for locals and tourists alike. The snowflakes and festive decor are up for everyone to see until January 1, 2022. The event runs nightly, and admission is free.

End the year at one of the “Coolest Small Towns in America” and see why Bay St. Louis has been recognized as a top 10 small beach town by Coastal Living Magazine. From friendly folks to historic buildings, this unique city embraces the Mississippi Gulf Coast’s heritage while also creating an authentic culture of its own….like snowflakes in southern oak trees.

Businesses throughout the Mississippi Gulf Coast participate in the month-long event by decorating their storefronts with snowflakes and other winter wonderland decor. With photo opportunities galore, and endless local cuisine options, a visit to Snowflakes in the Bay, Bay St. Louis is a great way to end 2021.



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