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A 2.2-mile paved trail for joggers, walkers and bicyclists along the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway in Fulton. The south trail (0.9 miles) runs atop the waterway levee south from West Main Street to the Fulton Lock and Dam. The north trail (1.3 miles) runs atop the waterway levee, then veers northeastward, crossing scenic Cummings Creek, then to the Jamie Whitten Historical Center Complex entrance off the John E. Rankin Scenic Highway. The trail features a paved surface, rest stops with park benches and full lighting. Offering panoramic views of the waterway, the main parking area is located at the intersection of West Main Street and Access Road.
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