801 Russell St.
Starkville, MS 39759
Phone: (662) 324-9595
Fax: (662) 324-1224
Have a look at the city's oldest buildings at the Nash Street Historic District. This district has witnessed the transition of Starkville into a modern city.
The striking exterior of the Episcopal Church of the Resurrection is hard to miss on the North Montgomery Street. The church welcomes locals as well travelers with equal warmth.
Overstreet Elementary School is a reputed public school in Starkville. The school has a striking building and a vast play ground.
The First Presbyterian Church has a wonderful exterior made of exposed bricks. On the inside, the church has a spacious hall and its expansive, stained glass windows usher in ample of sunlight.
Mentioned in the National Register of Historic Places, the Industrial Education Building is a true local landmark. Built in 1900 in the Italianate style, the building is a noticeable example of the style of architecture popular at the time, characterized by its two identical towers and a distinctive triple arch formation. Though it originally housed the Textile school, several departments have occupied it over the years, currently the technology and education program is based there.
First Baptist Church is a beautiful church located in a peaceful neighborhood. This church is instrumental in community building.
The Moncrief Park is a lush green park ideal for your morning jogs. The tree-lined paths of the park are perfect for walking your pets too.
Your pet can mingle with many other dogs and make new friends at the Starkville Dog Park. The park has ample of open spaces for your pet to frolic around.
Greensboro Historic District is a must-visit area for its architectural beauty. The district is also home to an archaeological site.
The Charles McLaren House or Riverview is a historical landmark nestled in Columbus. It applies the Greek Revival style of architecture and was included in the National Register of Historic Places in 2001.
The Tombigbee National Forest is situated close to the Tombigbee river from where the forest gets its name. The forest area of 67,005 acres (105 square miles) is spread across five counties. The forest is famous for camping and fishing sites along the serene water look ups. Enthusiasts explore the hiking trails that venture into the forest floor.