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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 County, Mississippi. The trail opened in 2019 and was named in honor of a late county official.
Along the route, picnic tables and pavilions provide an opportunity for a shaded rest, while a series of fitness stations let those looking for even more activity get in some outdoor exercise. The trail gives users a chance to explore the area's history, detailing the waterway's use during the Civil War, while also offering a quiet and flat recreation path — albeit one with little natural shade, so bring some sunscreen with you.
Moon Lake, at the trail's western end, features a convenient boat launch for those looking for an outlet for some aquatic fun, while the eastern end of the trail is home to the Senator Delma Furniss Hospitality Station, which welcomes visitors into the state a short distance from the Arkansas border.
To reach the eastern trailhead at the Delma Furniss Hospitality Station from Clarkesdale, head north on Highway 49/61 for about 15 miles, then head west at the highway junction to stay on Highway 49. The visitors center, with parking, picnic tables and restrooms, will be on the left just past the junction.
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