Located in the Deep South is a small town with a lot of history. Ruleville, Mississippi, was home to many Civil Rights advocates, including poverty activist Fannie Lou Hamer. Whether you are stopping through Ruleville on your way to nearby Greenville or are taking a family vacation to one of the historical attractions, such as the Delta Blues Museum, you are sure to be confronted by the heat of the Southern lifestyle and the hospitality. With just under 3,000 people, Ruleville is not big on population. It is, however, big on personality.