Introduction to Crystal Springs, Mississippi
Crystal Springs History
Crystal Springs was originally known as the Tomatopolis of the World. The city is in Copiah County, which was founded in 1823. The name Copiah is an Indian word meaning panther.
Crystal Springs and nearby Attractions
- Tomato Museum and Art Gallery
- Chautauqua Park
- Robert Johnson Blues Museum
- Lefleur's Bluff State Park
Things To Do In Crystal Springs
The Tomato Museum and Art Gallery and the Robert Johnson Blues Museum are popular sites for tourists to spend their leisurely hours. Chautauqua Park and Lefleur's Bluff State Park offer a range of recreational facilities. Crystal Springs organizes a number of festivals and events throughout the year, including the Tomato Festival, the Robert Johnson Music Festival, the Chautauqua Lake Fall Flower and Garden Fest and the Chautauqua Park Bike Rally.
Crystal Springs Transportation
Jackson International is the nearest major airport.
Crystal Springs Higher Education
Higher studies can be pursued at Hinds Community College, Mississippi College, Jackson State University and Alcorn State University.