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Leland is less than 10 miles from Greenville, while Indianola lies just 20 minutes away. Homes for rent in Leland may appeal to many renters due to their proximity to several blues music historical destinations and small-town atmosphere.

Interesting Leland Facts

  • Leland is part of Washington County and neighbors its seat, Greenville. Greenville was named for Gen. Nathaniel Greene, who gained notoriety in the Revolutionary War.
  • In 1827, Washington County was officially established through the First Mississippi Constitution. The county takes its name from George Washington, the first president of the United States and general of the Continental Army.
  • Washington County was the 22nd county to be formed in Mississippi and lies on the boundary between the state and Arkansas.

Useful Leland Resources

  • To get familiar with local government in Leland and the surrounding region, renters can check out the Washington County Mississippi official website.
  • Information about things to do, museums and dining options in the Leland-Greenville area is available at the website of the Greenville and Washington County
    Convention and Visitors Bureau.
  • The Mississippi Department of Education website provides resources for navigating the educational opportunities of Leland and other locales in the state.

Things to Do Near Leland

Leland is home to museums that present exhibits on unique portions of American entertainment history. For instance, the Highway 61 Blues Museum allows visitors to experience elements of the past of blues music, while the Birthplace of Kermit the Frog Museum displays memorabilia and videos about the heritage and legacy of Jim Henson, the creator of Kermit the Frog. Blues aficionados have even more to explore in Indianola, which hosts the B.B. King Museum and Delta Interpretive Center. The center presents the history not only of the blues legend, B.B. King, but also that of the Mississippi River Delta and the struggles of those who lived there in the early 1900s.