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Colbert Ferry Bicycle-Only Campground

To find the bicycle-only campground, look for the open area near the small white building.

To find the bicycle-only campground, look for the open area with the small white building visible.  Follow this open area to the campground.

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At milepost 327, the Colbert Ferry site provides a bicycle-only campground with picnic tables, grills, and fire rings.

As you enter the Colbert Ferry Site follow the road to the left, past the visitor contact station toward the boat ramp. At the end of the first curve, you will notice a gate with a tent and bicycle symbol. Ride past the gate about 100 feet, to an open area with a small white building visible. Follow the open area to the bicycle-only campground.

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Did You Know?

Double arch bridge at mile post 438 on the Natchez Trace Parkway

The double arch bridge at milepost 438 on the Natchez Trace Parkway was completed in 1994 and received the Presidential Award for Design Excellence in 1995 for its innovative design. The bridge rises 155 feet above the valley and eliminates the need for spandrel columns.