Big Foot Horse Trail is a 9.2 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Saucier, Mississippi. The trail is good for all skill levels and is primarily used for hiking, running, and horses. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length9.2 miElevation gain239 ftRoute typeOut & back
Dogs on leashHikingHorseback ridingRunningMuddy
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Bret LaBauve
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HikingMuddy

This trail was fine, but definitely not the most fun hiking we’ve done. We did the yellow and green loops for a total of 6 1/4 miles. There were quite a few wet areas, lots of sand and mud, and tons of horse poop. Because of all this, the hike ended up being more challenging than expected, but expect to miss out on most of the scenery as you’re constantly watching your feet to avoid the poop. The trail was pretty well-marked, but frankly impossible to lose. It’s a big wide trail made for horses, so it’s super easy to follow. There were a couple of confusing parts where it was unclear which trail went where, but a quick look at my AllTrails map kept me on course. The red and blue trails are currently closed. Also, the spot where the directions button brings you is to where the gravel road turns off of the main road. If you take the gravel road, in a mile you come to the campgrounds, an easy spot to park and to start your hike.

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Carina Gillespie
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RunningGreat!

Nice wide open gravel path to get a decent run in. You hit a fork in the road only a 0.5 mile in so it’s up to you if you want to go left or right but either way they both hit dead ends so you’re forced to turn back around. But doing both of those segments and finishing at the parking lot gives you the total 9ish miles. Really liked how there were no cars at all so we had the entire path to ourselves. Not the best terrain but still a good run when you want to avoid pavement and be in nature.

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Preston Johnson
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Nice long trail. You will see horses and there is a large open camping area as well. Primative camping...no amenities...

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Flo Bender
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First to Review

Make sure you check to see if it's Hunting season before you venture in this area!

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Jennifer Le
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Hiking
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Sherri Lizana
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Hiking
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Renee Hudson
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Horseback riding
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