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Hiking trail approximately 3-miles in one of Mississippi's most beautiful biodiverse nature areas; primitive and improved trails, 50 waterfalls; strenuous hiking- bring water; 1881 Pond Store with original furnishings and artifacts - beverages and snacks for purchase; 700 acre area; diverse ecosystems; large variety of uncommon trees; steeply sloping Loess-bluff hills; colorful migrating and resident birds, invertebrates; poisonous snakes, rare land snails; federally endangered Carolina magnolia vine; endangered Southern red belly dace, black bear; blooming wildflowers, colorful neotropical birds in April/May migration; brilliant Fall foliage from giant beech, sweetgum, hickory trees; foot traffic only; no hunting, no camping, no motorized vehicles; physically demanding terrain.
THE OFFICIAL TOURISM RESOURCE FOR THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI