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Mississippi is home to nearly 100 trails, including hiking and mountain biking trails. These trails range from one-half mile to 41.5 miles in length. A couple of exciting trails to explore include Black Creek Trail: Janice Landing to Big Creek Landing, Black Creek Trail: Fairley Bridge Landing to Janice Landing and Woodall Mountain.
The most popular trail is The Natchez Trace Parkway. This 450-mile recreational road spans all the way to Nashville, following the Old Natchez Trace, a centuries-old trade lifeline. This historic trail was a travel corridor that was used by American Indians, Mississippi River boatmen (aka Kaintucks), slave traders, Civil War soldiers, European settlers, and even future presidents. Today Natchez Trace National Scenic Trail runs parallel to the Parkway and is used for hiking, biking, horseback riding, and camping.
The Natchez Trace Parkway spans more than 450 miles from from Natchez, in the southwestern corner of Mississippi, all the way to Nashville, tracing the Old Natchez Trail, a centuries-old trade lifeline.
Running parallel to the Natchez Trace Parkway is the Natchez Trace National Scenic Trail. Accessible via Tupelo, in northeastern Mississippi, the five-trail system covers more than 60 miles. Bring your walking shoes and enjoy the canopied tranquility.