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The Kitty Bryan Dill Memorial Parkway is a narrow concrete path that runs for over two miles through the eastern Mississippi community of West Point — forming a roughly 4-mile loop using city streets — which links five local parks along the former routes of the Columbus & Greenville and the Mobile & Ohio railroads. Along the paved trail you will find lighted walkways, open areas, pleasant natural landscaping with native hardwood trees, picnic areas, gazebos, arbors, fountains and a windmill. Benches under the shade of trees allow for relaxing and enjoying the scenery.
In 2005, the Kitty Dill Memorial Parkway was designated by the US Department of the Interior as a National Recreational Trail.
From US 82 take US 45 Alt (Rt 25) north to West Point, MS. Parking is available near Greenwood Cemetery on E. Church Hill Road and at the midway point on the trail at West Point City Park (E. Main Street).
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