The design for Popp’s Ferry Causeway Park calls for trails, an interpretive center, concession stand, bait shop, canoe rentals and a wildflower meadow. The $4 million in BP money for the project was announced in 2013.
The design for Popp’s Ferry Causeway Park calls for trails, an interpretive center, concession stand, bait shop, canoe rentals and a wildflower meadow. The $4 million in BP money for the project was announced in 2013. Courtesy City of Biloxi Courtesy city of Biloxi
The design for Popp’s Ferry Causeway Park calls for trails, an interpretive center, concession stand, bait shop, canoe rentals and a wildflower meadow. The $4 million in BP money for the project was announced in 2013. Courtesy City of Biloxi Courtesy city of Biloxi

Causeway Park in Biloxi will soon see $4.2 million in amenities

March 24, 2017 12:00 AM

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