Duncan Walking Trail

Mississippi

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Duncan Walking Trail Facts

States: Mississippi
Counties: Bolivar
Length: 0.2 miles
Trail end points: Pecan St. between E. Park South and W. Park South and Church St. between E. Park South and W. Park South
Trail surfaces: Asphalt
Trail category: Rail-Trail
ID: 7979714

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Duncan Walking Trail Description

The Duncan Walking Trail provides a short loop for exercise on a former Yazoo and Mississippi Valley Railroad (later Illinois Central Railroad) corridor. The paved trail in the tiny community of Duncan is the northernmost of several open on the out-of-service corridor. The other trails, from north to south: Shelby Trails, Renova Heritage Walking Trail, Cleveland's Crosstie Walk, Boyle Rail-Trail, Shaw Rail-Trail and Hollandale Rail-Trail.

Parking and Trail Access

Parking for the Duncan Walking Trail can be found on city streets in downtown Duncan. The community is located just off US 61/278 between Cleveland and Clarksdale.

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