Hike the Black Creek Trail or paddle its namesake flow in DeSoto National Forest.
Check out the highest spot in Mississippi and the battle ground summit nicknamed “America’s bloodiest high point.”
Prepare for an onslaught of steep climbs and descents on this scenic, but strenuous roller-coaster hike that traces trickling streams and Black Creek’s slow-flowing waters.
This strenuous, 4.7-mile loop links a string of remote waterfalls and rocky coves tucked into the inner reaches of Clark Creek Natural Area.
Roll through remote longleaf pine forests en route to a fish-filled lake on this section hike along the Tuxachanie Trail, a 23-mile long trail in southern Mississippi.
Trek through the largest Union Civil War cemetery on this 10.8-mile loop (park documents call it 12.5).
You'll have a hard time keeping track of all the critters along Mississippi's Black Creek Trail.
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