Mississippi Highway 26

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MS Highway 26 marker

MS Highway 26
Route information
Maintained by MDOT
Length: 76.854 mi[1] (123.685 km)
Major junctions
West end: LA 10 in Crossroads
  US 11 in Poplarville
I-59 in Poplarville
US 49 in Wiggins
North end: MS 63 in Lucedale
Counties: Pearl River, Stone, George
Highway system
MS 25 MS 27

Mississippi Highway 26 (MS 26) is a state highway in southern Mississippi. It runs from west to east for 81.98 miles (131.93 km), serving the counties of Pearl River, Stone, and George.

Between the Louisiana state line and I-59, MS 26 forms part of the Zachary Taylor Parkway.

Locales on Route[edit]

From West to East

Major intersections[edit]

County Location mi km Destinations Notes
Pearl River LA 10 west – Bogalusa Louisiana state line
Crossroads MS 43 – Columbia, Picayune, Old River WMA
Poplarville US 11 – Lumberton, Picayune, Pearl River Community College
MS 53 south to I-59 south / South Main Street – Necaise, Downtown Poplarville
I-59 – Hattiesburg, New Orleans I-59 exit 29
Stone Wiggins US 49 – Hattiesburg, Gulf Coast interchange
MS 29 north (MS 149) – Wiggins, Flint Creek Water Park interchange
Moore Crossing MS 15 south – Red Creek Wildlife Management Area
George Benndale MS 57 – McLain, Vancleave
MS 63 to US 98 – Leakesville, Moss Point interchange
Lucedale MS 198 – McLain, Mobile, Leakesville
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi