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3-mile-long loop trail located in the Upper Sardis Wildlife Management Area. This is the only trail in Holly Springs National Forest that allows horseback riding. The trail is open to all non-motorized uses
29 mile hiking trail in Tombigbee National Forest, located in Choctaw and Winston counties, scenic mix of single and double track trails with tight switchbacks, old forest roads and dirt-gravel roads, easy to moderate technical difficulty, challenging climbs, north trail head located in the Choctaw Lake Recreation Area, east trail head at Noxubee Hills Cemetery.
3.5 mile hiking trail on the Natchez Trace Scenic Trail, connecting with Beech Springs and Chickasaw Village inside the park
hiking trail 5-mile one way in beautiful Homochitto National Forest, Pellucid Bayou, Pretty Creek
7.67-mile trail through woods along Natchez Trace
adjacent to Natchez Trace Parkway and then along Pear Orchard Road, north from Towne Center Boulevard, Lake Harbour Road from Pear Orchard Road, north from Towne Center Boulevard, Lake Harbour Road from Pear Orchard to Friendship Park, Old Canton Road from Lake Harbour to the Natchez Trace, from the Natchez Trace west along Rice Road and north along Highway 51 to Jackson Street, from Jackson Street to Highland Colony Parkway
4.5-Mile nationally designated partially looped hiking trail network beginning and ending at Plum Point Recreation Area, descends to sandy edge of Enid Lake, passes impressive gullies in deep woods, additional trails - Quail Run Nature Trail, 2.5 miles and Beech Hollow Nature Trail, .5 miles
About 30 miles southwest of Jackson, Mississippi, near Port Gibson, the Rocky Springs section offers ten miles of trail extending from the Utica-Regantown Rd. trailhead (Milepost 59 on the Natchez Trace Parkway) south to Owen Creek pull-off (Milepost 52.4). Primitive camping; nature trails; creek; waterfall; picnic areas. Historic old townsite with 1800's brick church and old cemetary; original Natchez Trace road bed can be hiked.
4.4-mile hiking trail network in Roosevelt State Park around the east side of 125-acre Shadow Lake through large trees, consisting of Lakeview Trail, Hollow Hill Trail, Rolling Hill Trail, Civil War Hill Trail, Muscadine Trail, Pinelane Trail, Hanging Tree Trail; 540 acres with a 150- acre lake; nature/wildlife observation, area water sports, a water slide, multi-purpose sports field, fishing pier, campstore, fishing, paddle boat rental, picnic area, picnic pavilions, swimming beach (campground only), seasonal swimming pool, playground, and bath houses.
Hiking trail 1.75 mile in Bevils Hill area,most scenic hiking trail in refuge; steep terrain
23-mile trail winding through much of the northern half of the Bienville National Forest, great location to observe the endangered red-cockaded woodpecker
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