In the early 1900s Grand Bay was considered the Riviera of the South because of its mild climate and superb farming land. The economy of that time was growing satsumas and other fruits and vegetables People were encouraged to settle in this town because of climate, health, and profit in the agricultural business.
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Grand Bay is a great place to live. Convenient to both Pascagoula, Mississippi and Mobile, Alabama’s businesses, industries, shopping centers and hospitals, Grand Bay is basically a residential community surrounded by farms and pecan and fruit orchards.
The July 4th Watermelon Festival is held every year at the OddFellows Festival Park.
We have a friendly community spirit.
The Grand Bay Senior & Community Center is located east of town and is the central setting for many of the communities functions. There is a daily Senior Meal & Activity Program and the building is available to rent for private events.
The small rural town is near the beaches of Dauphin Island and the fishing and shipbuilding community of Bayou La Batre.