May is a Great Month for Sleeping Under the Stars
All the luxury at Metro67 spoiling you? Does the fantastic May weather make you want to get outside and stay there? Register for Sleep Out on the Mississippi.
Mud Island Park (you can see it from our landscaped rooftop), will host campers on May 11. All you need to do is bring your sleeping bag. Mud Island Park provides a 12×12 tent that sleeps up to four, dinner, live entertainment, recreational activities, a campfire with marshmallows, and breakfast. The campout costs $40.
This unique campsite in the middle of downtown Memphis gives you the best skyline and river views anywhere. Call 901.576.7241to make reservations.
Mud Island Park: Mississippi
Mud Island River Park visitors have an exceptional summer season to look forward to, highlighted by the 18-gallery Mississippi River Museum and the one-of-a-kind Riverwalk model. There are more than 5,000 artifacts and two full-scale boat models. The museum chronicles 10,000 years of the history of Ole Man River.
The Riverwalk brings the mighty Mississippi River down to size with a ½-mile long scale model.
The park has a full season of special events as well, including returning events such as the aforementioned “Sleep Out on the Mississippi,” “Funday Sunday,” and Amphitheatre concerts.
Like all the exciting things to do in downtown Memphis, Metro67 is close. Mud Island Park is
definitely a regular stop this summer.
Photo by MemphisCVB on Flickr.