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Hiking

  • Walker Wood Road begins at the northern trailhead at Choctaw Lake. It runs south from the trailhead along the paved road crossing the levee for a short distance, before turning off to the left on the ...
  • Three Bridges Trail runs from Pigeon Roost Road to Rockcrusher Road, part of the outer trail loop. Three Bridges trail begins with a gentle downhill switchback to a steep drop into the bottomland. The...
  • Sheepranch Trail begins just north of the south trail head, Noxubee Hill Cemetery, and runs west, parallel to Sheepranch Road. The road is generally not visible from the trail, especially in the summe...
  • Rockcrusher Road is a gated road that is wide and has a good packed gravel base. It runs mainly through pine forest and is mostly flat. There are two significant hills, one of which is on the 0.7 mile...
  • Powerline Trail is an inner loop trail that begins on the Sheepranch Trail and runs 3/4 mile to the middle of the Three Bridges Trail described above. The first section of this trail follows a double ...
  • The Noxubee Hills Trail is a 32 mile trail established for hiking and biking trails. The trail system consist of amix of single and double track trails with tight switchbacks, old forest service roads...
  • North Trail begins with a left turn just past the Noxubee River bridge, and continues until reaching Pigeon Roost Road. After a short distance, the trail begins a half mile climb into the hills. There...
  • Lost Cemetery Road is a gated road that runs through a young pine forest to the Noxubee River bridge. After crossing the bridge, the trail splits with the North Trail traveling left and the Lost Cemet...
  • Nestled among pine covered hills you will find a cool, twelve acre spring-fed lake, which offers a variety of recreation opportunities for everyone. Camping, swimming, fishing and picnicing are availa...
  • Brushy Creek offers 5.5 miles of designated horse trail. Horse enthusiasts are able to experience a delightful forestsetting and uncharacteristically steep terrain of Mississippi. Facilities also incl...
  • Beaver Lodge Trail begins at Choctaw Lake and is mostly flat, making it a good beginning trail for novice riders. It runs through bottomland hardwoods as well as pines, and passes beaver dams on th...

  • This is a 12 mile long trail with the first five miles following,a turn of the 20th century narrow gauge railroad. Remains,of the railroad trestles and part of the camp near,the trailhead can still be...
  • This is a 21 mile trail for horse and foot travel only. Four loops ranging in length from five to 11 miles Parking located at trailhead camp; unnumbered primitive camp sites...
  • This trail extends 444 miles and past the Mississippi borderline into Tennessee and Alabama. It is one of the more historic stretches in Mississippi, formerly used by Native Americans who originall...

  • Although not yet completed, the proposed Mississippi River Trail is sure to be an interesting journey, namely when it makes its way to the gulf coast via Mississippi. Regardless of where you pick u...

  • This 41 mile paved path stretches north from Hattiesburg and an extension of Ole Miss to the small town of Prentiss, Mississippi. It was constructed amidst old railroad lines as part of the rail to...

  • Such a versatile natural wonder for visitors, the Black Creek has so much to offer. Whether mountain biking, canoeing or camping along the beaten path, this body of water contains true beauty and t...