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About 30 miles southwest of Jackson on the Natchez Trace, near Port Gibson, the Rocky Springs section offers 10 miles of trails. Trailhead at Reagantown Road; (mile post 50.8) follows sections of the original Natchez Trace; rolling hills, meadows, pine, hardwood forests, steep ravines, creek crosses; respect private land where adjacent to trail. Primitive camping, nature trails, creek, waterfall and picnic areas
Horseback riding has become an increasingly popular activity on the Natchez Trace Parkway. While there are no concessions available on the Parkway, visitors are able to bring horses to ride on the established horse trails. Four horse trails have been developed adjacent to the Natchez Trace Parkway in Mississippi and Tennessee, in connection with the Natchez Trace National Scenic Trail.
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