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Picayune Moving & Labor Services
We offer a large selection of moving and labor-only services in Picayune, MS, including:
- Local Moving Services: No matter the distance, whether this is a short move down the street or even across town in Picayune, our professional movers can help to make your move free of stress.
- Long-Distance Moving Services: Are you looking to move to Picayune from out of state or vice versa? Keep It Moving can help relocate you with as much ease as a local move!
- Labor-Only Services: Let us do the heavy lifting and call on Keep It Moving to move your items using the proper techniques and equipment.
- Packing & Unpacking Services: Don’t let the idea of packing slow you down, Keep It Moving has just the experience to keep your items safe and secure in their moving box.
- Office Moving: Keep the stress and downtime to a minimum with Keep It Moving’s office moving services. Focus on your work while we take care of your office equipment and furniture in no time at all.
- Specialty Services: Additional moving services include, Antiques, Piano, Gun Safe, Estate, or Senior Moving Services. No matter how fragile or sturdy your belongings, our movers can get your things wherever you need.
About Picayune, MS
They say that “Picayune is a precious coin in the purse of the South. Rich in history, nature, culture and more!” In fact, we can start with a bit of history right there!
Picayune, Mississippi is the largest city in Pearl River County. Just north of New Orleans across Lake Ponchartrain and the Pearl River, Picayune, MS was incorporated as a township in 1904 and in 1921, it became an official city.
The city was named by Eliza Jane Poitvevent Nicholson, one of Picayune’s most notable residents, who also went by “Pearl Rivers”.
Picayune’s name stems from a well-renowned newspaper of the same name owned by Mrs. Nicholson where she was also the publisher, The New Orleans Daily Picayune. The word picayune originates from the name of a Spanish coin in the 1800s. Currently, the Daily Picayune goes by another name, the Times-Picayune.
Things to do in Picayune, MS
Today, Picayune is a tight-knit community with plenty of history, nature, culture and more to experience including:
- Pearl River County Historical Society: As a non-profit organization, the PRCHS is dedicated to preserving, recording, and sharing information with the public related to the history of Picayune, MS. If you want to know more about your new community, stop in and chat with one of Picayune’s local historians. You’re not likely to find a more knowledgeable group of people around!
- Crosby Arboretum: Dedicated to preserving the local flora, the Crosby Arboretum is also committed to educate the public in what they can to do keep their community protected. From scientific research, including botanical research, to recreational programs hosted on one of two acre sites with an on-site field containing 104 acres, and an off-site field containing 700 acres.
- The Teddy Bear House Museum: Do you know someone who is absolutely obsessed with teddy bears? The Teddy Bear House Museum is the perfect place to shop for the teddy bear collector in your life. There are thousands of bears to choose from, including animated ones, ranging from small to large, they’ll have to see it for themselves!