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Clark Creek Primitive Trail

Woodville, MS

Clark Creek Primitive Trail is a 4.3 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Woodville, MS that features a waterfall. The trail is rated as moderate and primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and birding. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

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Clear Springs Trail
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

Is the Clear Springs, Mississippi Recreation Area closed? I just looked at their website and there was a message saying that the recreation area is "closed until further notice due to plumbing issues". Anyone know if this is true? We are planning to tent camp there next week.

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Tuxachanie Trail
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This is a nice, very easy trail. A few spots had bridges or planks of wood to cross, but nothing too treacherous. We parked at the trailhead off of 49, and hiked with our puppy and 3 year old to the lake. round trip ended up being just about 15 miles (we wandered around the lake a bit). Everyone was able to do the hike without much trouble except the distance started getting to our 3 year old and the puppy had to be carried part of the way, ha!

Be warned... this place was heavy with ticks. When we got home, we picked about thirteen off of our puppy and found them crawling on our floor and car. Even considering he is on anti tick meds. We didn't really walk through any tall grass. So I guess he was just low to the ground. Bring the DEET, loads of water (there was a fair sized creek nearly halfway that maybe you could filter from but it looked too gross even to me), and lunch and it's a pretty nice day :)

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Clark Creek Primitive Trail
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

Excellent hiking. Moderate difficulty with tons of uphill hiking and waterfalls. Best hiking around in the south.

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Black Creek Trail: Fairley Bridge Landing to Janice Landing
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4 Completed 4 Reviews

Backpacked overnight from Fairley Bridge Recreation Area to Andrew Jackson Interpretive Trail. It was a nice trail. The weather was really good. Maybe a little on the humid side. Most of the trail is well marked. There was one section I didn't see any blazes. Didn't see any people on the trail other than our group. There were a few ups and downs towards the beginning, but most of the trail was pretty flat. The first few miles there isn't any water, but after that it wasn't to hard to find some to filter. Didn't see much wildlife except one armadillo and three snakes. Lots of ticks though.

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Clark Creek Primitive Trail
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

Great trail! Unbelievable cliffs for being in south Mississippi!

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Percy Quin State Park Nature Trail
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2 Completed 2 Reviews

The trail was in bad repair, but beautiful.

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Clark Creek Improved Trail
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2 Completed 1 Reviews

Great trail with 6 easily accessible waterfalls. I would bring something to eat and plenty of water if you plan on hiking the whole thing. We made the mistake once of not bringing anything to eat and we were starving when we left.

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Clark Creek Primitive Trail
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

It was amazing! So very beautiful! Nature at the finest!! Can't wait to go back!!!!

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Clark Creek Primitive Trail
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

Was a beautiful trail.... Was definitely intense at times but the waterfalls were amazing.. Bring water shoes!

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The Arkabutla Lake Education and Nature Center Trail (ARK) Trail
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

This trail is a joke. Who ever started turning this into a nature center is definitely behind. There is trash through out. At one point my son and I followed until we ended up on very unclear path. We had to cross brush that we couldnt tell what we were walking on. I will never come back to this trail.