Mississippi Gated Communities, Mississippi Gated Golf Communities, Homes and Homesites for Sale in Mississippi Gated Communities

Explore our showcase of homes and homesites for sale in the best Mississippi Gated Communities, and Mississippi Gated Golf and Lake Front Communities.

Known as the 'Magnolia State', Mississippi offers all who come a variety of living and activity choices enjoy living on the Gulf Coast, one of Mississippi's charming cities or small towns or along the state's 706,000 acres or recreational lakes, reservoirs and rivers. All this diversity of perfect land for you to chose one of the many incredible Mississippi gated communities.

Many of the Mississippi's gated retirement communities are located in towns and cities that are "Certified Retirement Cities" and have met criteria important to retirees: affordable cost of living, low taxes, quality medical care, recreation, educational opportunities and a welcoming community for you to call home.

Outdoorsman will find Mississippi gated communities that offer salt or fresh water fishing and hunting on some of the more than one million acres accessible to public hunting or you can go on a photo safari in one of the many national or state wildlife refuses.

If you're looking for a taste of the “Deep South” you owe it to yourself to take a look at one of the many Mississippi gated communities.

The ‘Magnolia State’ will surprise you with its variety– wide open spaces, Gulf beaches, charming cities, quaint small towns and a taste of the Deep South. Rivers are a way of life here, the Mississippi River forming the entire western border of the state. Two of the major tributaries enjoyed by thousands of residents and visitors are the 200 mile meandering Yazoo River and the 155 mile long Big Black River. Waterfront property and fishing real estate are highly desirable options along the state’s hundreds of rivers, ponds, streams and lakes. Outdoor recreation is a way of life here– Mississippi has more than one million acres for public hunting, with nine National Wildlife Refuges and 36 state wildlife management areas.

There are 26 miles of sandy beaches on the Gulf Coast offering extraordinary coastal property near the exciting city of Biloxi and its dockside casinos offering gaming and world–class entertainment. Outdoor enthusiasts love the dozens of diverse and beautiful state parks and nearly 150 golf courses. College sports are abundant and wildly popular with collegiate conference action in football, basketball, soccer and baseball.

Find the perfect lakefront property or boating and marina real estate along the state’s incredible 706,000 acres of recreational water at locations like Sardis Lake, the Tennessee–Tombigbee Waterway and the Ross Barnett Reservoir.

Jackson, the capital city, and its surrounding area is home to over 500,000 residents– nearly one–sixth of the state’s population– and is a regional manufacturing and agricultural center. The state has created a unique service designed to help active adult seniors locate their ideal retirement setting. A number of "Certified Retirement Cities" throughout Mississippi have met criteria important to retirees: affordable cost of living, low taxes, quality medical care, recreation, educational opportunities and a welcoming community. Additionally, retired military enjoy privileges at the five major military installations in the state.

No matter which region of Mississippi you prefer, there’s always a lake, river, forest or beach nearby. Boasting an average temperature of 65 degrees and a mild four–season climate, the great outdoors can be enjoyed year–round.