Super easy! Good for kids

road biking
26 days ago

Beautiful trail with smooth asphalt and very few bumps for my road bike. Although it was quite busy, people were very respectful and friendly. I am definitely looking forward to doing more of this trail.

hiking
27 days ago

I live near this trail and am on it 2x a week on avg. It is actually a paved multi-use trail for biking and walking, serving mostly us locals but all are welcomed. It has an official name now, the Chisa Folka Trail, a Choctaw name. There are signs here and there explaining all that. This trail is way busier than the reviews here say; it’s one of the only recreational outlets of this type in all of central Mississippi so we locals are on it pretty heavily. That said, it’s quite beautiful and safe, and there are services off the trail from Highland Colony Pkwy (the best hotels and restaurants in the entire area, and a grocery store) and an excellent bike store called “The Bike Crossing” located a little further east on the trail (at a railroad track bridge). It’s a great weekend destination if u stay in Ridgeland at one of the hotels on Highland Colony Parkway and access the trail through the multiuse wide sidewalks along the parkway. The outdoor mall there called Renaissance is first rate, and also Township a little further north on the Parkway. Look all that up. It’s a fun area to visit and totally bike-able to and from this 20 mile trail.

on Tanglefoot Trail

road biking
1 month ago

Great Memorial Day spent on the trail road biking. Rode from New Albany to the Pontotoc Gateway and back for a total of 34 miles (saving the rest for later). Path is well maintained and you see a bit of everything on your journey (farms, small towns, woods etc...). Note that the restrooms located at the whistle stops we went through (Ingomar & Ecru) are closed due to the virus. The restrooms near the library in New Albany are open.

It was cool to learn about civil war history at Vicksburg! And I saw plenty of birds. Although there were plenty of bugs and the grass was long making it difficult to see monuments.

I love this trail. Perfect for hiking, running & cycling

hiking
3 months ago

Good trail

hiking
3 months ago

This is a nice, shaded trail with a variety of options. Paved trail is great for kids (particularly those on wheels - bikes, scooters, strollers, skates, etc). Multiple parking areas allow access to smaller sections. (I like the middle, starting at Jackson Station, for a short but pretty trip.) The main, paved trail connects several other mountain bike and foot trails of varying difficulty — still all fairly easy from what I’ve found, and I have explored many over the years. The trail is definitely high traffic, but perfect for a casual afternoon stroll with the family, a run, or a little off-road exploration. There are plenty of helpful distance markers for anyone training as well. Giving 4 of 5 stars because the views aren’t exactly breathtaking, but really great considering the location.

hiking
3 months ago

Several people hiking and biking. Several benches are available as well. Deer seemed to be trapped into this wooded area because traffic of Old Agency and Natchez Trace Parkway parallel the path for few miles on both sides

road biking
3 months ago

Awesome!! Bikes an out and back for a 30 mile round trip!! Great!!

good pleasent loop. paved road with some traffic. lots of walkers and joggers.

hiking
4 months ago

Best trail for walking and running- super well maintained

running
4 months ago

My favorite 4 and back for an 8 mile easy run on Tanglefoot. Ecru stop to 76 bridge and back is peaceful and quiet with tree lines and cotton fields. Nice run!!!

This is used for learning to use a compass so it’s not ver well marked.

road biking
5 months ago

Great trail to test your stamina you will earn every mile of this trail, only one small segment what would even be considered a hill between mile marker 24 & 25 enjoy the coasting because that's it, the rest is flat to slight pitch, trail is in very good shape and maintained well, only saw a couple of dogs and they weren't interested in me, every one I came in contact with was friendly, and helpful.Lots of nice rest stops with bathrooms and water. started at the New Albany end rode to Houston and back.

Beautiful hike up & down the hills of this country’s incredible conflict.

walking
6 months ago

first mile from downtown New Albany. Cool stretch of paved trail with shops alongside.

hiking
8 months ago

Dog friendly & paved. We connected to Old Trace Park to make a loop

hiking
9 months ago

App useless - no links for camping nearby- deleted

Great walk! Plan extra time to read some history.

road biking
blowdown
10 months ago

running
11 months ago

World class paved trail. Maintained so well by the community— they go above and beyond. One of the rest stops even had a cooler of water bottles and salt tablets provided by the church!! And there’s a security tenant that drives on the trail in a golf Charles checking in a folks. Small time vibe that I just loved!! I ran here Memorial Day weekend when all the local stores were closed— couldn’t step in anywhere to cool off and get more water. I got overheated at mile 16 on the trail millllles away from my car. Waved down a local who was SO kind to give me a ride back to my car. Good good souls in and along this trail and community.

hiking
Mon Jun 17 2019

Great trail

hiking
Wed May 08 2019

Lovely... some road noise. Hot.

Great for biking and running. Watch out for snakes.

This is a great park and a good way to spend a day hiking and learning about history.

This is a beautiful historic park that the whole trail is paved but has plenty of places to get off and explore markers in fields and woods. Trail is around 3.5 miles but you can spend all day if you read all the markers. If you chose to go out and read markers in the battlefield you will be hiking up and down very steep hills.

Wed Mar 20 2019

it is a great trail has everything a trail should have on one

hiking
Thu Feb 14 2019

Hiked the campground spur, then a little hiked part of the Rocky Springs Trail from the spur intersection to the road. then followed Natchez Trace Trail back to the campground and my car.

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