Trails in Northern Mississippi

Trail Milepost Distance Description
Witch Dance 233.2 15 mi The trailhead of a 15-mile hiking and horse trail in the Tombigbee National Forest
Chickasaw Village Trail 261.8 1200 ft Directly behind the exhibit shelter, enjoy a trail with interpretive stops that explain American Indian use of plants. This trail also connects to the Blackland Prairie section of the National Scenic Trail.
Beech Springs Trail at the Visitor Center 266 0.5 mi At the end of the Visitor Center sidewalk there is a paved trail with interpretive stops that identify plants of a hardwood forest. Wheelchair users may require some assistance on some slopes.
Confederate Gravesites/Old Trace Trail 269.4 1400 ft (up and back) Partially paved trail to an interpretive stop at the burial site of 13 unknown Confederate soldiers and a section of the Old Trace. Parkway road sign labeled "Old Trace."
Dogwood Valley 275.5 1600 ft Trail with interpretive stops that explain the natural history and value of mature hardwood trees. Entrance to the trail is to the right of the wayside sign.
Donivan Slough 283.3 1600 ft Trail with interpretive stops that explain the habitat and the story of a slough
Tenn-Tom Trail 293.2 475 ft Paved trail that leads to the waterway.
*Note: This table does not include National Scenic Trail sections. For information on the Scenic Trail, please visit Natchez Trace National Scenic Trail (U.S. National Park Service) (

Trails and Walks - Milepost 232 - 309 (MS)

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    Last updated: November 13, 2023

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