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Clark Creek Primitive Trail

Woodville, MS

Bring cash in one dollar bill increments. There is an honor system setup for entrance fees to the trails. $3.00 per vehicle +$1 per person for more than two people. Even though it is an honor system, it is enforced by local Wildlife and Fisheries.

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Percy Quin State Park Nature Trail
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6 Completed 2 Reviews

Just ok, trails need work to reach their old glory.

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Percy Quin State Park Nature Trail
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6 Completed 2 Reviews

Needs work.

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Clark Creek Primitive Trail
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2 Completed 2 Reviews

This trail is absolutely amazing! We went on a Saturday, so it was a little crowded, but nothing uncomfortable. Upon entering the trail, another hiker gave us their map and told us to follow the creek instead of following the actual trail and that was the best advice he could have given us. We jumped into the creek at the first available spot and followed it all the way through. The waterfalls make you feel like you are in the North somehow. Recommend it to anyone who is near here. There is also a Tunica campground near it thats a pretty nice camping spot to hang up at for the night.

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Clark Creek Primitive Trail
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

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Clark Creek Primitive Trail
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

Beautiful and our dog had a great time

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The Arkabutla Lake Education and Nature Center Trail (ARK) Trail
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4 Completed 4 Reviews

This nature trail was brief but quite beautiful; it was a great spot to sprint back through for a second trip around the trail.

The trailhead is near the Arkabutla dam...highway 301 west is north of the lake; follow it west until you see signs for the Arkabutla dam. Happy trails.

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Clear Springs Trail
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

Hiked this with a six month old Border Collie and a self professed "girlie girl" on 6/20/15. I found the trail to be ridiculously poorly marked. We ended up inadvertently doing the "closed" Mill Creek Trail and wrapped up our morning covered in poison ivy, chiggers and ticks.

The problem with the trail markings is that they are few and far between. Also, the markers for all of the "closed" trails are still there. The "official" trail markers have been supplemented with vinyl crime scene style tape in various colors. In some places, these tape markers are absurdly thick. In others, no markets of any kind are present for miles and the trail itself is barely discernible.

If I ever did Homochitto again, it would be in winter when the bugs are at bay. We encountered a small group of campers just south of the trail head but, otherwise saw no other humans on this hike. We also saw bear prints or those of a damn big dog who was overdue for a pedicure.

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Bethel Mountain Bike Trail
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2 Completed 1 Reviews

I did Briar Patch and Couch trails today. The weather was pretty good with overcast cloud but a bit humid. There were only a couple other riders to watch for coming in the opposite direction. It's best to have a flashing bike light when riders are coming in the opposite direction because the paths are only 2-3 ft wide with trees close together. It's kind of fun and competitive to dodge around the tree trunks and bushes. Be careful not to get caught from low broken tree trunks in the middle of the trails. They will know your feet off your pedals if you don't pay attention.

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Clark Creek Primitive Trail
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4 Completed 2 Reviews

A hidden treasure. Wish people would clean up after themselves a bit more though.

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Longleaf Trace
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

Good way to enjoy the day.

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