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Recent Trail Reviews

Longleaf Trace

First overnight bike tour with my son

September, 2021 by aaron.j.walters

This trail is a gem. 45 miles of beautiful Mississippi countryside with smooth pavement and almost no interaction with traffic of any kind. My 7 year old son and his best friend switched every 3 miles between a pull behind trailer and a solo bike and made the entire way from Hattiesburg to Prentiss on the first day, and then returned the next day. It was an awesome introduction to bicycle touring, and by the end my son was asking if there were more trails like this that we could explore together. The mile markers at every mile are great motivation for young cyclists as well. What an amazing trail and experience.

Columbus Riverwalk

just what I needed

September, 2021 by 87jg7rb2rp

Working remotely and house sitting for my mom in Aberdeen. After a long week I needed to get out in Nature. This is an awesome well maintained trail. Only complaint is that you can’t sit in a bench and just look at the river. The undergrowth between the bench and the river is too thick. Other than that I did find some spots to get a great few. Highly recommend.

Tanglefoot Trail

Tanglefoot Trail

June, 2021 by stockhamjay

My family stopped off at New Albany on our way to visit relatives in Harrisburg, MS. The trail exceeded our expectations. The trail is excellently condition…first-class!

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Renova Heritage Walking Trail

The Renovo Heritage Walking Trail is nothing more than a short path that parallels old hwy 61 for just over a quarter mile. Not in a very scenic area but a nice well maintained trail.

June, 2021 by ralphnlowejr

The Renovo Heritage Walking Trail is nothing more than a short path that parallels old hwy 61 for just over a quarter mile. Not in a very scenic area but a nice well maintained trail.

Crosstie Walk

The Crosstie Walk in Cleveland is excellent. The south section is peaceful and scenic while the north section is perfect for exploring downtown. One of the best small R2T projects we've seen.

June, 2021 by ralphnlowejr

The Crosstie Walk in Cleveland is excellent. The south section is peaceful and scenic while the north section is perfect for exploring downtown. One of the best small R2T projects we've seen.

Boyle Rail-Trail

The Boyle Rail Trail is a basic straight path between town streets. The two sections are separated by a lightly traveled road with the north section bein very short. A couple of nice benches made for a pleasant stop.

June, 2021 by ralphnlowejr

The Boyle Rail Trail is a basic straight path between town streets. The two sections are separated by a lightly traveled road with the north section bein very short. A couple of nice benches made for a pleasant stop.

Shaw Rail-Trail

The trail has been poorly maintained and has declined along with the surrounding neighborhood. Shaw was my starting point on a rail trail tour & road ride heading north to Duncan.

June, 2021 by ralphnlowejr

The trail has been poorly maintained and has declined along with the surrounding neighborhood. Shaw was my starting point on a rail trail tour & road ride heading north to Duncan.

Spillway Road Multi-Use Trail

Part of a GREAT trail loop!

May, 2021 by michaeljechols

I regularly ride this section of trail as part of a 11.25 mile loop that travels along multi-use paths and bike lanes that will carry you along a complete loop of Pelahatchie Bay and over the Causeway. This is an enjoyable loop with several hundred feet of elevation changes to make it interesting.

Pear Orchard Road Multi-Use Trail

Nice multi-use trail along Pear Orchard Rd..

May, 2021 by michaeljechols

On one end it connects to the Trace Trail which is nice.

Tanglefoot Trail

Our Tanglefoot Trail Experience

May, 2021 by glostik07

We stayed at the Trailhead Bike & Bed in our RV at the beginning of the Tanglefoot Trail in Houston. This is a great place to stay, if you plan on spending the night! We biked the Pontotoc route to New Albany and back and then we biked the section from Houston up to Pontotoc and back. Our favorite section was the Pontotoc to New Albany section. It has a lot more rest area stops and rain shelters than the lower 25 miles of the trail. All wooden the bridges are old so expect a bit of a bumpy ride, and the one bridge close to Houston can maybe jar your fillings out! The trail isn’t used much as we maybe saw a dozen people use the route both days, however we thoroughly enjoyed the trail.

Tanglefoot Trail

tanglefoot was wonderful

May, 2021 by fwbrombergjr

Rode the trail yesterday from New Albany down to Houston. It was in great shape. Plenty of places to stop along the way to take a break, but the greatest treat was finding “Daisy’s on the Square” in Houston. Great sandwich/coffee/pizza and beer place they simply call “Gather”. It’s just three blocks from the end of the trail and very bicycle friendly. I saw the bluest bluebirds I have ever seen along with the largest black snake I’ve ever seen. Said snake slithered off the trail as I approached. Mississippi squirrels are not so smart. Twice I had to brake and swerve to avoid a road kill. Overall a great day!

Tanglefoot Trail

Good, smooth trail

April, 2021 by adsaxs

We stayed at the Harry Stafford City Park in Pontotoc which is 1-1/2 miles from the Pontotoc Trailhead. We cycled two sections of the trail. One day we cycled from Pontotoc to just before the Ecru Whistlestop. For the first mile or so of the trail there are a number of street crossings as you leave Pontotoc and the trail is close to the road. Then, the trail gets into a more rural-feeling section with open fields, farms, etc. Trail was very smooth and flat. Bridges on the trail were a made of wood and a little rough. On the return, we stopped at downtown Pontotoc to have a look.

The second day, we headed from Pontotoc to the Algoma Whistlestop. We turned around sooner than we would have liked and made it back just in time before it started raining. I was told that heading north towards New Albany was nicer but I saw nothing wrong with the short southern section we cycled.

The Pontotoc Trailhead parking was a good size and had picnic tables and covered pavilion. We drove to New Albany one day and the trailhead parking lot is adjacent to the library and also a good size. A new trailhead visitor center is opening up right next to the library. I would recommend this trail and was surprised that the counties were able to get together to make this trail a reality.

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