The Ridgeland Retail Trail is not just a single route, but rather a singular opportunity to explore all the superb, quality locally-owned establishments that have made Ridgeland a shopping mecca for locals and visitors from across the Southeast. The Retail Trail winds throughout the city encompassing these multiple districts:


Renaissance at Colony Park

1000 Highland Colony Parkway
(601) 519-0900 | Visit Website

Monday-Saturday 10am - 8 pm | Sunday 1pm - 6pm

No need for a passport, but expect to be immersed in an entirely unique and timeless world in this stylish district in the northwest corner of Ridgeland.

Renaissance at Colony Park has an elegant, old-world design that sets architectural artistry against luxuriant landscaping with an inviting village center. An unrivaled venue for shopping, dining, and entertainment, Renaissance is home to local boutiques, specialty stores, and renowned national stores including the only Apple store in the state.

There are several wonderful dining options, whether you're grabbing a quick bite before shopping or experiencing a one-of-a-kind meal at one of the popular local restaurants.


The Township at Colony Park

Exit 107 off I-55 at Colony Park Boulevard | Visit Website

The Township at Colony Park is a planned masterpiece that mixes shops, restaurants, hotels, and residences in gorgeous New Urbanist style. Discover vibrant shopping, dining, nightlife, beauty and well-being in this unique neighborhood environment.

Northpark + County Line Road District

1200 E County Line Rd, Ridgeland, MS
(601) 863-2300 | Visit Website

Since Northpark's debut, the world has changed a lot. And this Mississippi institution has not only kept pace, it’s remained a step ahead as a vital and vibrant destination for brands and products of all types. Sun pours into the atrium through vast walls of glass. Inside, the new spacious and gracious cafe-style Eatery has revitalized the concept of a food court with a large-scale, dynamic Media Wall captivates with displays of the latest events, activities and special deals.

Other new amenties - like touch-screen directional signs, a new Family Lounge with private breast-feeding areas and video games available on oversized interactive video gaming screens to entertain children - all add ease and excitement to a Northpark excursion. The other shops along County Line Road are equally broad ranging in category and absolute in quality. You’ll discover fine vintage clothing, gourmet foods and other great specialty items.

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Old Town Railroad District (Jackson Street)

Located on Jackson Street, just off I-55 Exit 105 B East, you'll find the Old Town Railroad District in Ridgeland. Relax and step back to a time when “downtown” meant wonderfully walkable charm, friendly shops and inviting ease. As befits an old-fashioned experience, your options here are pleasantly (and conveniently) eclectic: fashion, jewelry, beauty and spa services, gift shops and even sporting goods. Be sure to stop and take a selfie in front of the "Welcome to Ridgeland" mural located at 180 West Jackson Street on the Indulge Salon building.

Bill Waller Craft Center

950 Rice Road
(601) 856-7546 | Visit Website

Monday-Saturday 9am - 5pm | Sunday 12pm - 5pm

You know you’ve reached a special destination when you pull into the drive at the Bill Waller Craft Center on the Natchez Trace Parkway (also accessible via Rice Road). The building’s crisp clean lines blend beautifully in the verdant landscape overlooking the Barnett Reservoir. Inside you’ll find everything from stunningly designed quilts and gracefully woven baskets to dynamic metal sculpture and fused glass creations to eye-catching handmade jewelry. All together, the works of more than 400 leading crafts artists from Mississippi and across the southeast are available, and with each purchase, the biography of the artist is included.

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Highway 51 + Trace Station + Oak Place District

Call it the perfect intersection of classic and creative. Bob Dylan memorialized Highway 51 in song; today shoppers sing the praises of this historic highway for retail choices ranging from antiques to arts, from fashions to florists to spa services. Located on Highway 51, just north of Jackson Street, are two shopping centers Trace Station and Oak Place where you’ll score some great finds and some good eats.

Old Canton Road + Lake Harbour Road District

On Old Canton find everything from fresh produce to lawn and garden, from bed and bath to sporting goods. Running east from Highway 51, the high-style Lake Harbour is home to fashionable boutiques, spa services and more.

Fashion & Beauty

Home & Garden

Spa & Wellness

Fun & Fitness