Nicknamed The Pass, Pass Christian used to be inhibited by Native Americans, and the various Indian mounds attest to that. In more recent history, the place was almost completely destroyed twice by Hurricane Camille in 1969 -- which was the second strongest cyclone and the sixth strongest hurricane in recorded history -- and Hurricane Katrina in 2005.
If you and your dog decide to visit this interesting place, you'll find a great off-leash area near Pass Christian, at Larroux Park in Bay Saint Louis, located ruffly 7 miles away.
What's even better is that Pass Christian is located 23 miles away from one of the most populous cities in Mississipi: Biloxi. In Biloxi, you can stay at more than 15 pet-friendly accommodations and have fun with your pup at more than 10 dog-friendly restaurants and bars.
When it comes to dog-friendly amenities in Pass Christian, you can either choose one of the Airbnb rentals, or some of the beautiful cottages or waterfront houses for rent. Just 10 miles up the coast in Gulfport, you can visit 9 hotels and resorts and 3 campgrounds that welcome doggos! No need to travel for vet care -- Pass Christian has a veterinary hospital that will be there for your dog in case of accident or emergency. A very dog-welcoming place where you can enjoy some delicious seafood is Shaggy's Pass Harbor.