Trails in Central Mississippi

Trail Milepost Distance Description
Cypress Swamp Walk 122 2000 ft A stairway leads to a boardwalk and a trail with interpretive stops explaining a typical swamp
Hurricane Creek 164.3 850 ft Trail with a stream, different soil types, and forest
Cole Creek 175.6 750 ft Trail with interpretive stops that explain changes from swamp to mixed hardwood forest
Jeff Busby Little Mountain Trail 193.1 1 mi Trail to the top of Little Mountain, the highest point on the Parkway in Mississippi
Bynum Mounds 232.4 200 ft Paved loop that includes interpretive displays and two American Indian mounds built during the Middle Woodland period, between 100 BCE and 100 CE
*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 106-232

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