Mississippi Fishing Trails and Maps

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Bonita Reservoir Trail

1.2 mi
State: MS
Asphalt, Sand

Columbus Riverwalk

2.2 mi
State: MS
Concrete

Fannin Landing Multi-Use Trail

1.3 mi
State: MS
Asphalt

Hugh Jack Stubbs Recreational Trail

2.5 mi
State: MS
Asphalt
Trail Image Trail Name States Length Surface Rating
Located on the outskirts of Meridian, the Bonita Reservoir Trail is a smooth and flat paved trail that loops around the man-made lake within the city's Bonita Lakes Park. The park is quite popular...
MS 1.2 mi Asphalt, Sand
Closure Notice: In February 2020 the pedestrian bridge over the Tombigbee River was closed due to damage to a support pillar, with no estimate for when repairs would be completed. Please check with...
MS 2.2 mi Concrete
The Fannin Landing Multi-Use Trail provides a connection for cyclists and pedestrians traversing Mississippi's scenic Barnett Reservoir area, linking the lengthier North Shore Parkway Multi-Use Trail...
MS 1.3 mi Asphalt
The Hugh Jack Stubbs Recreational Trail is a paved, multi-use pathway that follows the course of a section of the historic Yazoo Pass waterway as it winds eastwards from Moon Lake in rural Coahoma...
MS 2.5 mi Asphalt
The Tuxachanie Trail is a National Recreation Trail offering a 12-mile hike through southern Mississippi's Desoto National Forest. A portion of the trail follows an old abandoned railroad that once...
MS 12.1 mi Dirt

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Recent Trail Reviews

Longleaf Trace

Wonderfully well maintained and marked trail

June, 2022 by wxjeff

I utilized the parking at Lake Jefferson Davis and the Mayor/Col Blount connecting trail. I ran/walked another 1.5 +/- miles east before returning.

I enjoyed my sunrise outing, the woods and the countryside. Public road crossing were clearly signed and marked. The asphalt surface was in great shape with just a few bumps and eroded spots near the edges.

It was a little "buggy" in spite of my insect repellent, but that's to be expected in late June!

Tupelo Veterans Park Trail

Veterans Park + Surrounding Routes

May, 2022 by tjxqhkwhyj

Okay, so this trail is noted to be just shy of a mile, HOWEVER, it connects to a sidewalk on Veterans Blvd. that runs to Main St., all the way to downtown Tupelo, where you can easily run a few loops around local and historical sites, Fairpark, or the historic neighborhoods on either side of the commercial district. If you want more earth and foliage, you can cross Veterans at Elvis Presley Dr. or by the fire station in front of the ball fields and run Music Bend Trail (almost two miles one way).

Tanglefoot Trail

Tanglefoot in Spring

May, 2022 by linuscarpenter

Even though we had rain showers every afternoon, we were able to ride the whole trail in three separate mornings. the first day was from Houston to Algoma. It was a smooth and beautiful ride with a fun late breakfast stop in Algoma’s little store and cafe. Food was great. Second day was from New Albany to Ecru and back but cut short due to a big storm. Loved the whistle stop shelters along the way. The third day finished the trail from Algoma to Ecru and back. Loved the trail and all the people who lived along and were so friendly. Stayed at the Houston Trailhead Bed and Bike. Great bike hotel.

Accordion

Tanglefoot Trail

A really good experience!

May, 2022 by swgross

We rode Pontonoc to New Houlka out and back on the first day and the next day rode from New Albany to Pontonoc and back. This is a very nice trail, well maintained with numerous “whistle stop” rest areas along the route. It was mostly shaded and travels through the beautiful Mississippi countryside. Some of the wooden bridges are a little bumpy if you don’t have suspension but this hardly diminishes the experience. All the towns along the trail have bough in to the trail network and are quaint and fun to explore. This is a must-do if you like rails to trails.

Longleaf Trace

AMAZING HALL OF FAME TRAIL!

April, 2022 by thejake91739

On a perfect March morning, we parked at the Jackson Road Station and then pedaled NW away from Hattiesburg to first enjoy ten miles of a rural experience: farms, ranches, pastures, creeks, ponds, rolling hills, woodlands, and solitude. Easy pedaling and extremely picturesque!

Once back to Jackson Road, we continued east with easy, flat pedaling for about four miles for the opposite experience: a much more crowded trail filled with friendly people, the city of Hattiesburg, but a still beautiful tree lined path.

We traveled two thousand miles from Southern California to experience this Hall of Fame Trail, and we were not disappointed! As for a review of this five star trail, see the previous 70+ reviews. I can't surpass any of their superlatives!

Longleaf Trace

Question

March, 2022 by gthgthgcs

Is there anywhere to camp along this trail?

Tanglefoot Trail

Flat and straight

March, 2022 by lb33558

Rode north from Houston, MS and stopped in Houlka, Algoma and Pontotoc whistle stops. Rode also from New Albany south to Ecru and experienced windy conditions and a dog chase but all worked out just fine. Trail is safe, well maintained, very flat and very straight. If you’re looking for a diverse ride this is not it. Loads of cow pastures and beautiful farm land. The days we rode there were very few people on it which was surprising for a spring sunny day. Had a flat tire and closest bicycle repair shop was 20 miles away in Tupelo. (Trails & Treads Bike Shop 5 stars.) We stayed 3 nights in the Trailhead Bike & Bed another 5 star experience! All in all we liked the trail and would recommend. We highly recommend the Bike and a Bed in Houston, MS. Really clever concept and appeared to be solid occupancy.

Tuxachanie National Recreation Trail

Correction-March 19-mid am 22

March, 2022 by mulezero01

Bigginers hiking supply thrue hike showing

Tuxachanie National Recreation Trail

First Trial Hike full Backpack Gear

March, 2022 by mulezero01

Hello to all that’s reading, I am 51 and friend 55 some Med condition are hiking backwards from POW camp to Tuckaccanie (hwy 49) o Feb 19-22.We will be at start point Fri evening if anyone would like to come see all the gear we brought for a thrue hike, than be at Airylake Sat night ,than hwy 49 Sunday afternoon. I’m not a professional by all means but love to share my experiences to other begginer hikers, or even love to hear your story’s if an experience hike.

Tanglefoot Trail

Even better than Longleaf Trace

October, 2021 by gordorad

This trail was awesome.

I rode from New Albany to Pontotoc on a misty, muggy, Mississippi morning. Great surface, and a very spacious feeling, even in the wooded areas. Encountered only three other bikes on my 38 miles RT. The scenery is ok, but the limited street crossings combined with a great smooth surface made this a favorite.

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.

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