Where to Keep Cool in Jackson This Summer
Being able to stay cool when the weather is anything but may take some effort in Jackson during the summer months. You’re sure to want to have fun, and this will mean knowing the right places to visit.
Places to Go
Working to stay cool in Jackson isn’t impossible when the temperature starts getting too hot, but will require the right amount of planning.
Below are some places to consider visiting:
- Ross Barnett Reservoir – This is a great place for boating, water skiing and picknicking just to name a few things to do. The Rez boasts 105 miles of shoreline and 33,000 acres of surface area. You are certain to be able to cool off there.
- MS Museum of Art – If checking out art exhibitions or walking through the newly completed Art Gardenis an activity you would enjoy, you’ll want to visit this museum. The AC is sure to be yet another enticement to get you in the door and allow you to stay comfortable.
- Mississippi Children’s Museum – This museum has over 50,000 square feet of fun with 30,000 square feet of exhibit space designed around five themes of Mississippi heritage, health and nutrition, literacy, cultural arts, and science and technology. The primary objectives are fun and play (oh, and it’s all air-conditioned)!
At Environment Masters, we know just how hot the summers can be, and we want to ensure you stay cool in your home. Simply give us a call at 601 353-4681 today and we’ll be out to help with any of your AC needs.