Pretty, but would've been better without the trash strewn around the trailhead area.

hiking
3 months ago

Not bad but needs lots of work. Several areas do not have bridges, so you will get wet and dirty. You will cross a major highway and the trail markings are terrible.

backpacking
5 months ago

trailhead actually a ways down from maps landing. that part of the trail is torn up by four wheelers. The trail head is littered with trash. so flies are very aggravating.

The scenery is beautiful, but it's not labeled properly. I didn't see any mile markers on the trail. It was just okay for me.

hiking
10 months ago

Hiked from Old Hwy 49 to Anderson Loop-Government rd. 319. It is a beautiful pine forest hike with few water shed ravines. I found it to be an easy hike. It had been cleared recently.

backpacking
Monday, June 20, 2016

This trail was a nice surprise in Southern Mississippi. It was never too difficult, but I recommend long pants and maybe boots as the grass is rather talk and the snakes plentiful! Also, it was a tough task finding the start of this trail. Overall, definitely worth it!

hiking
Saturday, May 14, 2016

Very disappointing trail its the road you drive back to the boat ramp.Dont bring strollers or kids.Is parking area for the boat ramp no hiking trails marked.

hiking
Thursday, May 05, 2016

If you follow the directions from the app it will take you to the exit of the trail just keep driving down and it will take you to a parking lot and the trail head. I hiked it from the end as i didn't know this at first, like the previous post about a half mile in the trail is gone and washed into the creek. However just that short hike was really nice, hopefully it gets fixed soon.

hiking
Sunday, May 01, 2016

Good trail, though I only went 5 miles that day. There seems to be some confusion about how long it is, as I've seen 16.6 miles, 23 miles, and now 40 miles? In any case, it has been cleared since Katrina, as some of the older reviews seem to have been written while it was mostly impassable. There are some wet areas if it rained recently, but the trail is pretty well built up in most places and planks were put down in the worst swampy areas. Wear pants and hiking boots and they shouldn't be a problem. There were also a few camp sites at the trail head that anyone could use without charge, so I plan on going back one of these days for a longer trip.

Tuesday, March 22, 2016

This trail has been rendered completely impassable by the latest floods and weather. Approximately 1/2 mile in where the trail appears to have once followed the river it has been completely washed out. more than one man a dog and a knife can handle. Too bad. The trail liked promising.

Tuesday, March 01, 2016

Trail is well kept up. Took the scenic trail. Hiked in about three miles. Little disappointed in the views. The trail follows the creek but very rarely can you actually see the creek just to thickness of brush between trail and creek. Enjoyed hike. Will do again.

hiking
Sunday, February 21, 2016

hiking
Sunday, February 14, 2016

Friday, February 05, 2016

Wide trail with great view!!

geocaching
Saturday, December 19, 2015

Hiked a lot of trails in this area and this one was the best by far. Walked along black creek for most of it with lots of good scenery away from the creek as well.

Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Great trail. Very clearly marked varying terrain and a good length