Introduction to D'Iberville, Mississippi
D'Iberville is home to some 7,608 residents.
D'Iberville was named after Pierre Le Moyne d'Iberville, who was the founder of the Louisiana colony. D'Iberville was a village before it was annexed by Biloxi. In the 1970s, rapid growth of shopping centers and subdivisions was witnessed in the area. After being separated from Biloxi in 1988, D'Iberville became a city. The city experienced severe damage from Hurricane Katrina in 2005.
D'Iberville and nearby Attractions
- Northgate Shopping Center
- Mardis Gras Museum
- Walter Anderson Museum of Art
- Shepard State Park
Things To Do In D'Iberville
The Northgate Shopping Center is the local shopping center. The Mardis Gras Museum and the Walter Anderson Museum of Art are popular local spots among both tourists and residents. The Shepard State Park comes with several recreational facilities.
Gulfport-Biloxi International is the nearest major airport.
D'Iberville Higher Education
Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College, Pearl River Community College, the University of South Alabama and the University of Southern Mississippi are all nearby.