• A curve along the Natchez Trace Parkway with fall colors

    Natchez Trace

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Bicycling

Bicycling has become a popular activity on the Natchez Trace Parkway. The information found here will help you plan your trip. To ensure a safe and enjoyable trip, bicyclists are encouraged to NOT use the following areas during heavy traffic periods: Clinton to Ridgeland, Mississippi, Milepost 87-103, from 7:00-9:00 a.m.and from 4:00-6:00 p.m.and Tupelo, Mississippi, Mileposts 258-268, from 7:00-8:30 a.m. and 4:00-6:00 p.m. on weekdays.

Please use the following to make your trip a success:

Rules

General Camping Information

Bicycle-Only Campground Information

Public Transportation

Bicycle Services

Supplies/Food/Fuel

Ranger Offices and Drinking Water Locations

If you are planning an organized or group ride, a special use permit is required. If we can be of further assistance with your travel plans, especially as they pertain to the Parkway, please write or call us at 1-800-305-7417 or 662-680-4027.

**Water is currently unavailable at the Tupelo bicycle-only campground. Water is available on the other side of the Parkway at the Parkway Visitor Center.**

We hope you will make the Parkway a part of your travel plans and that you will enjoy our colorful scenery, history, and southern hospitality.

Did You Know?

Boatmen from the Ohio River Valley walked along the Natchez Trace.

The "Kaintucks", or boatmen from the Ohio River Valley, would walk approximately 500 miles from Natchez to Nashville along the Natchez Trace in about 30 days.