The Mississippi Delta is perhaps the most well known section of this state since it has been a source of economic stability for residents. The delta is home to luxury resorts, coastal towns, and shipping from the Gulf Coast up the Mississippi River and through other states in the US. In the early days, Mississippi was a prime cotton producer, yet outside of the delta is some of the most forested area of the south, which is perfect for zip lining.

Mississippi is bordered by Tennessee to the north, Alabama on the east and Louisiana on the west. In addition to the namesake river, Mississippi also offers Big Black, Yazoo, Pearl, Tombigbee, and Pascagoula Rivers. Some of these rivers are narrow enough in spots to one day be home for a zip line across.

Major lakes in the state provide plenty of boating and fishing such as Ross Barnett Reservoir, Sardis, Arkabutla, and Grenada Lakes. Around some of the lakes zip lining adventures can start off the morning before a relaxing pontoon ride. Woodall Mountain and Cumberland Mountains offer some zip lining as well as mountain retreats for visitors to enjoy.

From river boat casinos to zip lining in the hills, Mississippi caters to many different palates.