The highest point in Mississippi is Woodall Mountain, located in Tishomingo County. It is 806 feet above sea level and is considered the highest point in the United States.
Mississippi is a southern state that borders 4 other states – Tennessee, Louisiana, Arkansas and Alabama – and has a small coastline along the Gulf of Mexico. It is a diverse state with varying landforms, rivers and islands, making it a unique region.
Its climate is humid and semitropical with long, hot summers and short, mild winters. The average temperature ranges from highs of 80 degrees F (25 C) in the summer to lows of 45 degrees F (7.2 C) in the winter.
This is a beautiful place to visit, and it is also home to many Civil War landmarks. Shiloh National Military Park is a good place to start, and it is only a half-hour drive from Luka.
Besides the Civil War history, there is plenty to do in Luka and surrounding areas. There are several parks, hiking trails and picnic spots to enjoy.
The area is also home to a variety of other landmarks and attractions, such as the Helen Keller Birthplace Museum and Shiloh National Military Park. This is a great place to spend an afternoon or an entire day of adventure!
The topography of Mississippi is largely low-lying, with the heart of the state between two large flatland plains: the Mississippi Plain (or Delta) in the west and the Gulf Coastal Plain in the east. In the middle of the state, however, are hilly terrains, which rise up from the Gulf Coast.