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blowdown
rocky
washed out
22 hours ago

I'm new to mountain biking. Just got new bikes for my son and I. Nothing too extreme. Little of all terrain. Gravel, mud at times, much shade. You can choose shorter trails if you like. I think this was a good trail to get used to the activity. I would like to see management clean up the dirt dawber nest at the entrance of the trail where the map is located.

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blowdown
muddy
3 days ago

Despite what others have said, this is an amazing trail....especially for Mississippi. Had a great hike. Yes there are some blow downs....my advice....if you don’t want to encounter some adversity when hiking you should probably stick to the pavement.

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bugs
muddy
washed out
4 days ago

Heavily wooded. Lots of spider webs you have to walk through. Don’t see them until you hit them! Great trail. My dogs loved it.

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blowdown
over grown
scramble
9 days ago

Epic fail. This Camp Trail Loop hasn't been maintained at all during this pandemic. I was on solo hike and lost this trail (on the hottest day of the summer so far). A lot of blowdown on it right now, and it doesn't appear to have gotten much use for awhile. Finally bagged it and hit the pavement back to the Jeep. The Bear Creek Outcropping Trail is well marked and in good shape, though.

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muddy
9 days ago

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blowdown
muddy
washed out
14 days ago

Nice walk up the dirt road to the top. Highly recommend the 2 mile up and down rather than just driving up!

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blowdown
bugs
over grown
15 days ago

I would recommend this trail to beginners. Very nice views of the marsh. This is a good area for riding bicycles. The tails in the woods would be better if they were longer and not a “back and fourth” type trail. Lots of informative signs about the wildlife and park.

Super easy! Good for kids

hiking
19 days ago

Best hike in Mississippi. My kids loved all the different colored clay. This one is getting a bit more popular which means more people on the trail. We went four years ago and had the place to ourselves, but this time it was a bit overrun. Still pleasant and everyone we encountered we respectful and just enjoying the place like we were.

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private property
19 days ago

Awesome hike. My favorite in fact. It’s as hard as you make it.

First thing (good news to follow hang in there): lots of bug spray! If you don’t have bug spray, don’t go. We’ve gotten ticks here when we were ill prepared. Nice place to go if you like something a little more off-the-beaten path but where a trail is still clearly marked at all times. Easy, with just enough elevation to keep it interesting. You’ll always see lots of frogs. But there plenty of birds to listen for. We’ve seen a couple snakes. It’s definitely a wildlife path. That being said, we’re not huge adventurers (though we do love trails) and we’ve never been afraid. No spiderwebs growing across the path which you get in some trails. If you feel bummed because you can hear the traffic from the road (there isn’t too much anyway) wait just a few minutes and you’ll be far enough away to not hear it the rest of the time. I wouldn’t bring my dog on this one personally.

Bridges over interstate split up the trail. But overall beautiful!

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off trail
rocky
23 days ago

This is a beautiful and amazing trail, as long as you look past the trash- water bottles and beer cans are everywhere. Aside from that it’s an exciting and somewhat dangerous trail. I would not recommend bringing small kids but kids 9 and up are fine. There are a lot of climbing points. A walking stick is very useful her while climbing the side of the canyon in the sandy rocks (you don’t have to climb the canyon, it’s just fun). There is a creek that is part of the trail, so bring water shoes! I really enjoyed the challenge and the beautiful view!

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rocky
24 days ago

We only hiked the first portion if the trail - teenagers got tired! It is a hilly trail. Completely shaded, except for a couple of service road crossings. Plan to go back to hike the entire trail.

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