The Piers at Pass Christian


hen I first moved to Pass Christian I loved watching the sunset at the local piers near the harbor. Sadly, shortly after purchasing my home the piers were severely damaged during a storm and remained damaged until recently. I have three beautiful sons all under the age of six. Boys are a handful, always needing an activity to occupy their running minds. It seems their attention span becomes shorter as they age as do the “new and exciting” places to visit.

Back to the piers. We happened to be driving along Beach Boulevard and I noticed a fisherman far off casting a line from the pier that my wife and I would visit when we first moved to the area. And with that glance, I quickly drove into the harbor and up to the edge of what was pure excitement for me. We unloaded our children quickly and ran out over the water; the boys were dancing, laughing, and exploring – as was I.

The piers are a great place now. Whether you’re casting a line, wanting to watch the sunset with the special person in your life, or just wanting to catch a salty breeze, I encourage you to visit the local piers in Pass Christian; you won’t be disappointed.

Submitted by
Jacob Ainsworth
RE/MAX Coast Delta Realty
Diamondhead, MS

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