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On February 15, 1934, while serving as U.S. Congressman from Mississippi, Thomas Jefferson Busby (1884-1964) introduced a bill authorizing a survey of the Old Natchez Trace. Four years later the historic road was designated a unit of the National Park System. This area is named in Jeff Busby's honor to commemorate his part in the Parkway's establishment.
Little Mountain Trail is a 1/2-mile long nature trail that descends into a shady hollow. Visitors can easily complete the loop in around 30 minutes. However, the more time you allow, the more you will see and hear. A 1/2-mile long side trail from the loop leads to the campground.
Last updated: February 24, 2021