Harrison County, county in Mississippi, United States. As of 2020 county had an estimated population of 208,801 inhabitants. The county was created 182 years ago in 1841. Its county seat is Biloxi.
There are 7 city/town in Harrison County, MS. The largest city of Harrison County is Gulfport with a population of 71,438. Other cities include, West Gulfport population 71,329, Biloxi population 46,127, Long Beach population 16,125, D'Iberville population 13,981
West Gulfport, A census-designated place in Harrison County, Mississippi.
Flanked by the Gulf of Mexico to the south and Lake Borgne to the west, Harrison County encapsulates the beautiful Mississippi Gulf Coast region. The largest city, Gulfport, offers visitors deep sea fishing charters, gaming resorts and white sand beaches, in addition to historic homes and diverse dining.
North of Gulfport, the city of D'Iberville combines suburban expansion with preserving historic small town vibes. Quaint Pass Christian fronts the scenic harbor, popular for boating, boutique stays, and fresh Louisiana cuisine.
Inland towns like Saucier and Lizana provide an escape into the tranquil pinewoods and rural landscapes of Harrison County away from the bustling coast.
With its sugar-white shores, romantic harbor towns, and old Southern hospitality, Harrison County truly encapsulates the beauty and allure of Mississippi's treasured Gulf Coast.
List of cities, towns, neighborhoods & other populated places in Harrison County.
|Biloxi||The most populous city in Harrison County, Mississippi.||46,127|
|D'Iberville||City in Harrison County, Mississippi, United States||13,981|
|Gulfport||The second most populous city in Harrison County, Mississippi.||71,438|
|Long Beach||City in Mississippi, United States||16,125|
|Pass Christian||City in the U.||6,500|
|Saucier||Census-designated place in Harrison County, Mississippi||1,342|
|West Gulfport||A census-designated place in Harrison County, Mississippi.||71,329|