Pearl, MS Bike Trails and Maps

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Chisha Foka Multi-Use Trail

10.5 mi
State: MS
Asphalt

Colony Park Boulevard Multi-Use Trail

1.9 mi
State: MS
Asphalt, Concrete

Lake Harbour Drive Multi-Use Trail

1.9 mi
State: MS
Asphalt

Longleaf Trace

44 mi
State: MS
Asphalt

Northside Drive Shared Use Path

1.5 mi
State: MS
Asphalt

Old Canton Road Multi-Use Trail

0.9 mi
State: MS
Concrete

Pear Orchard Road Multi-Use Trail

1.2 mi
State: MS
Asphalt

Post Road Multi-Use Trail

0.6 mi
State: MS
Asphalt

Rice Road Multi-Use Trail

0.8 mi
State: MS
Asphalt

Spillway Road Multi-Use Trail

0.8 mi
State: MS
Asphalt

Sunnybrook Road Multi-Use Trail

0.8 mi
State: MS
Asphalt
Trail Image Trail Name States Length Surface Rating
Chisha Foka Multi-Use Trail (alternatively known as the Ridgeland Natchez Trace Multi-Use Trail) offers a scenic trip paralleling Natchez Trace Parkway just north of Jackson. Portions of the trail...
MS 10.5 mi Asphalt
While Ridgeland is known for the Chisha Foka Multi-Use Trail, the city has shared use paths scattered across the city. One strategy has been to have multi-use paths along roadways, as is the case...
MS 1.9 mi Asphalt, Concrete
The shared use path parallels Dr. Robert Smith Sr. Parkway for less than 2 miles, starting west of the Jackson Amtrak station, and continuing on the north side of the road up to Wiggins Road. The...
MS 1.6 mi Concrete
To say that all trails lead to the Chisha Foka would only be a slight exaggeration in Ridgeland. The hike-and-bike pathway along Highland Colony Parkway is another one of the Ridgeland's paths that...
MS 0.7 mi Asphalt
Ridgeland is a certified Bike Friendly community, not just for the Chisha Foka Multi-Use Trail, the crown jewel of the trail system, but also for the dozens of other bike facilities the city has...
MS 1.9 mi Asphalt
Stretching 44 miles northwest from Chain Park, which is nestled along the Leaf River in Hattiesburg, to small-town Prentiss, the Longleaf Trace traverses landscapes that range from the bustling heart...
MS 44 mi Asphalt
This shared-use path sits on the east side of Northside Drive in Bolton, running 1.8 miles between Ruben Circle and Westview Lane. The two-lane asphalt-surface trail connects to a church at the north...
MS 1.5 mi Asphalt
The Old Canton Road is a short shared use path along the road of the same name. The trail starts at the intersection of Lake Harbor Drive and travels north along Old Canton Road, past neighborhoods...
MS 0.9 mi Concrete
When it comes to trails, Ridgeland is best known for being home to the Chisha Foka Multi-Use Trail, the scenic 10-mile greenway. But Ridgeland has shared use paths spread out across the city. The Pear...
MS 1.2 mi Asphalt
The multiuse path along Post Road starts at Yacht Road and heads west for just over half a mile. The smooth paved trail is located on the south side of the road, passing by gated communities and...
MS 0.6 mi Asphalt
This is a spur of the Chisha Foka Multi-Use Trail that cuts through the woods around Brashear Creek and down to Rice Road. There is also fork of the trail that begins on Old Canton Road, and the two...
MS 0.8 mi Asphalt
This is a short stretch of multi-use path along Spillway Road, in Brandon, at the southern tip of the Ross R. Barnett Reservoir. The trail is asphalt, and open to a variety of non-motorized uses...
MS 0.8 mi Asphalt
The city of Ridgeland, Mississippi boasts one of the state's favorite multiuse trails: Chisha Foka Multi-Use Trail. The city has made the effort to provide safe shared use pathways that visitors can...
MS 0.8 mi Asphalt

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Trails by activity

Post Road Multi-Use Trail

MS - 0.6 miles

The multiuse path along Post Road starts at Yacht Road and heads west for just over half a mile. The smooth paved trail is located on the south side of the road, passing by gated communities and...

Old Canton Road Multi-Use Trail

MS - 0.9 miles

The Old Canton Road is a short shared use path along the road of the same name. The trail starts at the intersection of Lake Harbor Drive and travels north along Old Canton Road, past neighborhoods...

Lake Harbour Drive Multi-Use Trail

MS - 1.9 miles

Ridgeland is a certified Bike Friendly community, not just for the Chisha Foka Multi-Use Trail, the crown jewel of the trail system, but also for the dozens of other bike facilities the city has...

Chisha Foka Multi-Use Trail

MS - 10.5 miles

Chisha Foka Multi-Use Trail (alternatively known as the Ridgeland Natchez Trace Multi-Use Trail) offers a scenic trip paralleling Natchez Trace Parkway just north of Jackson. Portions of the trail...

Accordion

Dr. Robert Smith Sr. Parkway Shared Use Path

MS - 1.6 miles

The shared use path parallels Dr. Robert Smith Sr. Parkway for less than 2 miles, starting west of the Jackson Amtrak station, and continuing on the north side of the road up to Wiggins Road. The...

Sunnybrook Road Multi-Use Trail

MS - 0.8 miles

The city of Ridgeland, Mississippi boasts one of the state's favorite multiuse trails: Chisha Foka Multi-Use Trail. The city has made the effort to provide safe shared use pathways that visitors can...

Colony Park Boulevard Multi-Use Trail

MS - 1.9 miles

While Ridgeland is known for the Chisha Foka Multi-Use Trail, the city has shared use paths scattered across the city. One strategy has been to have multi-use paths along roadways, as is the case...

Spillway Road Multi-Use Trail

MS - 0.8 miles

This is a short stretch of multi-use path along Spillway Road, in Brandon, at the southern tip of the Ross R. Barnett Reservoir. The trail is asphalt, and open to a variety of non-motorized uses...

Highland Colony Parkway Multi-Use Parkway

MS - 0.7 miles

To say that all trails lead to the Chisha Foka would only be a slight exaggeration in Ridgeland. The hike-and-bike pathway along Highland Colony Parkway is another one of the Ridgeland's paths that...

Rice Road Multi-Use Trail

MS - 0.8 miles

This is a spur of the Chisha Foka Multi-Use Trail that cuts through the woods around Brashear Creek and down to Rice Road. There is also fork of the trail that begins on Old Canton Road, and the two...

Northside Drive Shared Use Path

MS - 1.5 miles

This shared-use path sits on the east side of Northside Drive in Bolton, running 1.8 miles between Ruben Circle and Westview Lane. The two-lane asphalt-surface trail connects to a church at the north...

Pear Orchard Road Multi-Use Trail

MS - 1.2 miles

When it comes to trails, Ridgeland is best known for being home to the Chisha Foka Multi-Use Trail, the scenic 10-mile greenway. But Ridgeland has shared use paths spread out across the city. The Pear...

Longleaf Trace

MS - 44 miles

Stretching 44 miles northwest from Chain Park, which is nestled along the Leaf River in Hattiesburg, to small-town Prentiss, the Longleaf Trace traverses landscapes that range from the bustling heart...

Pear Orchard Road Multi-Use Trail

MS - 1.2 miles

When it comes to trails, Ridgeland is best known for being home to the Chisha Foka Multi-Use Trail, the scenic 10-mile greenway. But Ridgeland has shared use paths spread out across the city. The Pear...

Lake Harbour Drive Multi-Use Trail

MS - 1.9 miles

Ridgeland is a certified Bike Friendly community, not just for the Chisha Foka Multi-Use Trail, the crown jewel of the trail system, but also for the dozens of other bike facilities the city has...

Longleaf Trace

MS - 44 miles

Stretching 44 miles northwest from Chain Park, which is nestled along the Leaf River in Hattiesburg, to small-town Prentiss, the Longleaf Trace traverses landscapes that range from the bustling heart...

Highland Colony Parkway Multi-Use Parkway

MS - 0.7 miles

To say that all trails lead to the Chisha Foka would only be a slight exaggeration in Ridgeland. The hike-and-bike pathway along Highland Colony Parkway is another one of the Ridgeland's paths that...

Accordion

Sunnybrook Road Multi-Use Trail

MS - 0.8 miles

The city of Ridgeland, Mississippi boasts one of the state's favorite multiuse trails: Chisha Foka Multi-Use Trail. The city has made the effort to provide safe shared use pathways that visitors can...

Colony Park Boulevard Multi-Use Trail

MS - 1.9 miles

While Ridgeland is known for the Chisha Foka Multi-Use Trail, the city has shared use paths scattered across the city. One strategy has been to have multi-use paths along roadways, as is the case...

Rice Road Multi-Use Trail

MS - 0.8 miles

This is a spur of the Chisha Foka Multi-Use Trail that cuts through the woods around Brashear Creek and down to Rice Road. There is also fork of the trail that begins on Old Canton Road, and the two...

Chisha Foka Multi-Use Trail

MS - 10.5 miles

Chisha Foka Multi-Use Trail (alternatively known as the Ridgeland Natchez Trace Multi-Use Trail) offers a scenic trip paralleling Natchez Trace Parkway just north of Jackson. Portions of the trail...

Post Road Multi-Use Trail

MS - 0.6 miles

The multiuse path along Post Road starts at Yacht Road and heads west for just over half a mile. The smooth paved trail is located on the south side of the road, passing by gated communities and...

Northside Drive Shared Use Path

MS - 1.5 miles

This shared-use path sits on the east side of Northside Drive in Bolton, running 1.8 miles between Ruben Circle and Westview Lane. The two-lane asphalt-surface trail connects to a church at the north...

Spillway Road Multi-Use Trail

MS - 0.8 miles

This is a short stretch of multi-use path along Spillway Road, in Brandon, at the southern tip of the Ross R. Barnett Reservoir. The trail is asphalt, and open to a variety of non-motorized uses...

Dr. Robert Smith Sr. Parkway Shared Use Path

MS - 1.6 miles

The shared use path parallels Dr. Robert Smith Sr. Parkway for less than 2 miles, starting west of the Jackson Amtrak station, and continuing on the north side of the road up to Wiggins Road. The...

Old Canton Road Multi-Use Trail

MS - 0.9 miles

The Old Canton Road is a short shared use path along the road of the same name. The trail starts at the intersection of Lake Harbor Drive and travels north along Old Canton Road, past neighborhoods...

Post Road Multi-Use Trail

MS - 0.6 miles

The multiuse path along Post Road starts at Yacht Road and heads west for just over half a mile. The smooth paved trail is located on the south side of the road, passing by gated communities and...

Pear Orchard Road Multi-Use Trail

MS - 1.2 miles

When it comes to trails, Ridgeland is best known for being home to the Chisha Foka Multi-Use Trail, the scenic 10-mile greenway. But Ridgeland has shared use paths spread out across the city. The Pear...

Rice Road Multi-Use Trail

MS - 0.8 miles

This is a spur of the Chisha Foka Multi-Use Trail that cuts through the woods around Brashear Creek and down to Rice Road. There is also fork of the trail that begins on Old Canton Road, and the two...

Dr. Robert Smith Sr. Parkway Shared Use Path

MS - 1.6 miles

The shared use path parallels Dr. Robert Smith Sr. Parkway for less than 2 miles, starting west of the Jackson Amtrak station, and continuing on the north side of the road up to Wiggins Road. The...

Accordion

Sunnybrook Road Multi-Use Trail

MS - 0.8 miles

The city of Ridgeland, Mississippi boasts one of the state's favorite multiuse trails: Chisha Foka Multi-Use Trail. The city has made the effort to provide safe shared use pathways that visitors can...

Lake Harbour Drive Multi-Use Trail

MS - 1.9 miles

Ridgeland is a certified Bike Friendly community, not just for the Chisha Foka Multi-Use Trail, the crown jewel of the trail system, but also for the dozens of other bike facilities the city has...

Spillway Road Multi-Use Trail

MS - 0.8 miles

This is a short stretch of multi-use path along Spillway Road, in Brandon, at the southern tip of the Ross R. Barnett Reservoir. The trail is asphalt, and open to a variety of non-motorized uses...

Colony Park Boulevard Multi-Use Trail

MS - 1.9 miles

While Ridgeland is known for the Chisha Foka Multi-Use Trail, the city has shared use paths scattered across the city. One strategy has been to have multi-use paths along roadways, as is the case...

Longleaf Trace

MS - 44 miles

Stretching 44 miles northwest from Chain Park, which is nestled along the Leaf River in Hattiesburg, to small-town Prentiss, the Longleaf Trace traverses landscapes that range from the bustling heart...

Northside Drive Shared Use Path

MS - 1.5 miles

This shared-use path sits on the east side of Northside Drive in Bolton, running 1.8 miles between Ruben Circle and Westview Lane. The two-lane asphalt-surface trail connects to a church at the north...

Highland Colony Parkway Multi-Use Parkway

MS - 0.7 miles

To say that all trails lead to the Chisha Foka would only be a slight exaggeration in Ridgeland. The hike-and-bike pathway along Highland Colony Parkway is another one of the Ridgeland's paths that...

Old Canton Road Multi-Use Trail

MS - 0.9 miles

The Old Canton Road is a short shared use path along the road of the same name. The trail starts at the intersection of Lake Harbor Drive and travels north along Old Canton Road, past neighborhoods...

Chisha Foka Multi-Use Trail

MS - 10.5 miles

Chisha Foka Multi-Use Trail (alternatively known as the Ridgeland Natchez Trace Multi-Use Trail) offers a scenic trip paralleling Natchez Trace Parkway just north of Jackson. Portions of the trail...

Recent Trail Reviews

Chisha Foka Multi-Use Trail

A very nice trail.

July, 2020 by kd5dhr

We really enjoy this path. The scenery is great and it seems to be well maintained. There are a few places where the paved path surface is broken up, but it’s not bad yet. Be careful, I saw a couple of spandex bicycle riders going too fast for this trail. Also, women walking alone should be alert. I’ve noticed creepy guys out here a couple times.

Longleaf Trace

Nice paved trail.

April, 2019 by twlghtzne

I was at a teacher training in Harrisburg and did several out and back rides in the evenings and a long ride the day after the training.

Well kept for the most part. There is a parallel horse trail, but it doesn't look used much.

Lots of nice scenery to look at as well as small towns along the way. I was always able to find a nice restaurant after my rides, but not always close to the trail. Had to load up the bike and do a Google search or use my GPS to find one.

Not too far along the trail out of Prentiss is Lake Jeff Davis. There is a side trail going out to the lake. There is also a very small state park campground there. It looks like it would be a nice place to camp and ride the trail. The Longleaf Trace is nice rolling hills with nothing too steep. However, the side trail to Lake Jeff Davis is like a roller coaster ride with a very steep hill as you get close to the lake.

Longleaf Trace

Enjoyed the entire trail

April, 2019 by carolalexander

I personally like the NW section of this trail that ends in Prentiss. It winds through the rural areas with fewer crossroads. The terrain varies more that the Hattiesburg area. There are forgiving long hills that are fun. The surface is great with lots of signage along the entire trail. The bathrooms along this trails are spotless, and waste cans are placed at the many rest areas. We are Pennsylvania and pedaled the entire trail.

Accordion

Longleaf Trace

pleasant afternoon

August, 2018 by lynnebaggett

I was worried about 2 things. Safety as I ride by myself and heat as it was August and 92 degrees. No problems with either as long as you keep moving. Began at USM to Epley road (I had someone drop off and then meet me at the end-reassuring to have cell signal). Shaded most of the way. It was quiet but about every 5 mins there was another cyclist or jogger. The neighborhoods that I noticed seemed quiet and middle-upper. Not any hills to speak of but good solid stretches were a real work out. I thoroughly enjoyed the rest stops and beaver pond all very well maintained. I’ll try an early morning ride next.

Longleaf Trace

bikechoper

May, 2018 by bikechopper

Made trip from Fl. to do 2 trails in Ms and 1 in Al. This trail should be on every to do list. Nice scenery, all rest areas were clean, had several rain shelters. Surface is smooth with a few tree root bumps well marked. We did it round trip over several days while camping at Jeff Davis Lake. It you are adventurous try the connector trail from the campground to the trail near the Prentiss end, it is short but a hilly challenge. Trail is supported well by local community.

Longleaf Trace

Perfect Ride

April, 2018 by pdsarfas

Started at Prentiss on the north end about 7:30 am. Got down to downtown Hattiesburg and spent about an hour there getting something to eat an drink then headed back to Prentiss. Stopped lots of times on the trail and did an easy speed. Finished by 4:00 pm. Great rest stops with restrooms. Trail gets a bit busier the closer you get to Hattiesburg, but no issues at all. Went about 30 minutes at one point without seeing another soul!

Longleaf Trace

another winner

April, 2018 by onestep1964

3/2018
started from the north end and went about half way to Hattiesburg. wonderful trail - great asphalt. lots of long slow hills that don't kill your speed, just cause you to dig a little harder to pull them. great road crossings.
Plenty of support every 10 miles or less for help if you need it.
Great trail, I was told that the western end is the most scenic- cant compare it personally , but this was beautiful.
As this was a Friday afternoon- I ran into very few other bikers, however none were particularly friendly- not sure what was up with that - but I still had a magnificent time, and will look to do it again.

Longleaf Trace

Bucket List Ride

October, 2017 by tommyrunnels51

Excellent Hall of Fame rail trail. I rode from Prentiss to Hattiesburg. Elevation drops 300+ ft. Absolutely beautiful and serene on this paved trail. Only concern is the # of roads crossing the trails making it impossible to ride steady speed w/o slowing down for cross traffic. Plenty rest areas. Ride took 3 1/2 hrs. Will ride again.

Longleaf Trace

Great Fun!!

September, 2017 by 2zealouskrusties

We started out just before the 5 mile marker in Hattiesburg, we thought it would be good to leave from our hotel (Baymont). Not good, we had to ride through 8 blocks of steep hills, thick traffic on a road not made for bicycles. Once on the trail we started to enjoy riding. The trail is well maintained and provided well spaced stops with vending machines and bathrooms. To Prentiss, there are several upward inclines, not steep, but we had to stay in first gear a lot. Spent the night at the Western (adequate) and returned the next day. Wow! we did it, 80 miles in 2 days!

Longleaf Trace

December, 2016 by kalebraybon

Longleaf Trace

Great Trail--Almost Deserted

October, 2016 by rhood_tl

We drove about 300 miles to ride this trail. We stayed at the Westin Inn in Prentiss and drove to Hattiesburg to start our ride. This was October 29, 2016.

We planned to ride from the beginning of the trail at SMU but SMU took over the trail parking lot for their homecoming. They planned to tow away all cars parked after noon that day. NOT VERY FRIENDLY IN OUR VIEW!!!!

We had to start our ride 7 miles further up the trail at the next parking area. The trail is great. Stopped at Sumrall for lunch. We saw no one else using the trail after Sumrall. It was completely deserted. Expected a 41 mile trail but when the mile markers went to 42, then 43, then 44 miles we began to wonder. We finally got to Prentiss at 44+ miles and rode about half a mile to our hotel.

The Westin Inn is a very nice little hotel. Clean, updated, friendly staff who live on the property and reasonable price.

Signs showing how to get to the trail are everywhere except in Prentiss!!!

Longleaf Trace

A Great Trail

October, 2016 by gzymmb1

We rode this trail from the University trailhead away from the city. It doesn't take long to realize why this is a Hall of Fame Trail. Wide, well-maintained, and excellent support facilities make this a pleasure to ride upon. One of the top 5 trails I've been on. A great positive for this area.

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