Our Communities

5 Cities, Countless New Experiences.

There's nothing ordinary about the exciting mix of of engagements and attractions, food and fun, sport and relaxation you'll enjoy in the five cities that make up DeSoto County. Be sure you check out each one.


As you start at the historic Hernando Courthouse in Hernando’s lovely town square and work your way down Commerce Street, you’ll be tempted to linger – and yet you’ll also be pulled onward by the dazzling array of choices. Our DeSoto County shopping options include everything from antiques to glassware, furniture to fashion, cards to collectibles and children’s and ladies’ clothing. Plus, one-of-a-kind pottery, jewelry and much more.

Horn Lake

Elvis brought Priscilla here after their wedding and today the honeymoon is still going strong between shoppers and the delightful stores of Horn Lake. Start at I-55 and Goodman Road and head west for home and garden buys that are only the beginning. Be sure to visit historic Bull Frog Corner.

Olive Branch

Haven’t been to our picturesque Old Towne Main Street? Prepare to surrender to its charms - plus the phenomenal choices. Everything from vintage clothing to jewelry, books to pottery. In fact, the city of Olive Branch is a true treasure trove of fashion, furniture and a host of interior finds. September, 2017 issue of Money Magazine lists Olive Branch as the #5 Best Place to Live in America.


From the endearing vintage pieces of yesteryear to today’s hottest trends, you’ll find it all in Southaven. Start on Main Street for fantastic primitive and vintage treasures, explore classic lifestyle brands at Southaven Towne Center, walk on the wild side at Southern Thunder Harley-Davidson, or surround yourself in the hottest brands at Tanger Outlets Southaven.


Walls is located in Northwest Desoto County near the Mississippi River - a region referred to as “The Delta” known for its rich dark soil. One of the biggest names in Blues music, Memphis Minnie, was laid to rest in 1973 in Walls New Hope Cemetery. Her headstone was made possible by contributions from Bonnie Rait and John Fogerty. You will also find a Mississippi Blues Trail Marker commemorating Memphis Minnie at New Hope Cemetery.