Big Hill Pond State Park lies in the southwestern part of McNairy County and encompasses approximately 5,000 acres of magnificent timberland and hardwood bottom land. Cypress Creek and Tuscumbia River border the property. Several oxbow lakes and sloughs add to the waterway. The flood plain adjacent to both the Tuscumbia River and Cypress Creek contains small oxbow lakes and swamp areas which are desirable habitat for waterfowl, wildlife and fishing.

Trail that got me into hiking

great hike. the lookout tower is a must see. lots of big boulders. really gave you the feeling of being in the mountains.

loved it. the swamp and boardwalk were beautiful.very scenic hike. we love this park and come here often. look forward to doing all the trails.

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3 months ago

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3 months ago

I Hike this trail, and up to the shelter just a half mile away from the observation tower 3-4 times a week

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8 months ago

I just did an 'out and back' hike to the Tuscumbia Shelter, a little over 6 mi RT. Lots of wildlife, saw 12 deer, ducks, geese and listened to owls all night while camping at the CG. Climbed the firetower for some awesome views. Good trail, well marked, varied terrain.

Very scenic trail. Good trail markings. The park rangers were very helpful.

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10 months ago

Great trail!

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11 months ago

Awesome trail!

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11 months ago

I have hiked this trail so many times I can't keep count

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