Population: 2,204 Average real estate: $50,200

Why Hermanville, MS

Hermanville is an unincorporated community of the City of Port Gibson in the Claiborne County, located in southwest Mississippi. This small town is slowly growing and is more attractive to people because of the low cost of living compared to the rest of the United States.

Hermanville is only approximately 11 minutes away from Port Gibson, a place where forests and rivers come together and offers several recreational opportunities for residents and visitors alike. It is a site on the National Register of Historic Places, which makes preserving the past an important challenge for the people of Port Gibson.

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Hermanville is only approximately 11 minutes away from Port Gibson, a place where forests and rivers come together and offers several recreational opportunities for residents and visitors alike.

Hunting and fishing are a mainstay of life in Clairborne County. Lush hardwood forests are home to large populations of wild game like deer and turkey. The Canemount Plantation is a great attraction for hunting-lovers. With 10,000 acres of prime woods, this plantation offers one of the many venues for accessing these rich game lands.

The Grand Gulf Military Park offers capacities for hiking and camping. With places for tent and RV camping, the outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy their time and even access the Mississippi River nearby for picnicking and exploring.