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This event will feature a carnival with 16 rides, petting zoo and live bands on Friday and Saturday night. A J Bar B Rodeo will be held at 7pm each night. There will be lots of entertainment throughout the day on Saturday. Thursday night is family night; buy a wristband for $15 for unlimited carnival rides.
October 13-15, 2011
4 p.m. Thurs - Fri. 10 a.m. Sat.
Horn Lake Park and Recreation
Latimer Lakes Park
Horn Lake, MS
Phone: 662-781-4529 or 662-404-4980
www.hornlakeparks.com
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Located inside the American Contract Bridge League’s headquarters, this state-of-the-art, interactive museum is home to the world’s largest collection of bridge memorabilia, trophies, videos and other artifacts related to the game of bridge. The museum also contains the ACBL Hall of Fame as well as the Albert H. Morehead Memorial Library.

Free Admission.
6575 Windchase Blvd.
(662) 253-3100
Open M-F 10am-3pm
www.acbl.org

100 Rooms, pool, exercise room
6910 Windchase Dr.
Horn Lake, MS 38637
662.510.6999
800.528.1234
www.bestwestern.com

Big Walter Horton, also known as Walter “Shakey” Horton was born in Horn Lake, moved to Memphis as a child and then on to Chicago where he first appeared on the blues scene in the late 1950’s. A quiet, unassuming and essentially shy man, Horton is remembered as one of the most influential harmonica players in the history of blues. His career encompassed playing blues joints in the Mississippi Delta during the 1920’s and 30’s, to studio recordings with groups like Fleetwood Mac and Johnny Winter in the 1970’s.

Located on East Center Street in Horn Lake, Big Walter Horton’s Blues Trail Marker is one of four markers located in DeSoto County.

 

662-393-8770
www.sodesoto.com
www.mississippibluestrail.com

 

49 rooms, 2 suites, handicapped accessible rooms, smoking rooms, outdoor pool, pets allowed and senior discount. We are a business place location with business place rooms.
801 DeSoto Cv.
Horn Lake, MS 38637
Phone: 662.349.3493
Fax : 662.349.6653
Toll-Free: 877.424.6423
www.comfortinn.com/hotel-horn_lake-mississippi-ms246
159 Rooms, exercise room, indoor pool, outdoor pool, conference rooms, pets allowed.
735 Goodman Rd. West
Horn Lake, MS 38637
Phone: 662.349.6622
Fax : 662.349.6622
Toll-Free: 866.575.8567
www.druryhotels.com/PropertyHotelServices.aspx?Property=0106
Rooms include micro-fridges, in room coffee, hairdryers, irons, ironing board. Free breakfast. Restaurants nearby, shopping mall 3 miles.
6868 Interstate Blvd.
Horn Lake, MS 38637
Phone: 662.536.1288
Fax : 662.510.0712
Toll-Free: 877.424.6423
www.choicehotels.com/hotel/ms171
In the early years of their marriage, the cottage provided a private getaway for the couple. The home is not open for tours, but is a popular visitors site.
5921 Goodman Rd. West at Hwy 301 South
Horn Lake, MS 38637
Phone: 662.393.9897
Fax: 662.393.2942
www.hornlakechamber.com
Admission: The home is not open for tours, but is a popular site for visitors.
Brand new spacious rooms with amenities like free internet access, microwave, refrigerator, plush pillow-top mattress with upgraded linens, 42-inch flat panel TVs w/premium cable channels, and so much more. Outdoor and indoor pool, continental breakfast and pets allowed.
721 Southwest Drive
Horn Lake, MS 38637
Phone: 662.510.6500
800.642.4271
www.lq.com
Five miles South of Memphis, TN set on 14-1/2 acres
1400 Audubon Point Dr.
Horn Lake, MS 38637
Phone: 662.280.8282
Fax: 662.280.3440
Toll-Free: 888.305.4678
www.memphisjellystone.com
Sites: 114 RV sites (paved), 53 pull-thrus, 61 back-ins (70'), 114 full hook-ups, 50 amps, new small trees at each site, 114 side hook-ups, slideout accommodations, handicap accessible, dump station, pet restrictions (limit to 2), patios available
Facilities: Restrooms, showers, laundry, RV supplies, security, LP gas, free WiFi, cable, pavilion
Nearby attractions: Graceland, Tunica, downtown Memphis (Beale St. & FedEx Forum), Memphis Zoo; swimming, shuffleboard, game room
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