Wilderness Trail - TRAIL

Wilderness Trail - Trail, Starkville, Mississippi

This trail is located in the Noxubee Refuge and is a loop on flat,low ground that may be flooded after hard rains. The trail is marked and is usually in good repair. It is shaded by very large hardwood trees -- some of which are labeled. Do not ride after dark, because it would be difficult to stay on the trail. Maps are often available at the end of the second bridge.

User Reviews (2)

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Travis Faith   Weekend Warrior [Mar 03, 2007]

Nice beginner single track. Although the loop is blocked by downed trees about a half mile in. Someone is in the process of clearing the trails, so hopefully the full loop will accessible soon.

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Hugh Ector   [Nov 14, 2000]

This is a good beginner's single track loop. There are a few logs to go over and a couple of bridges where a beginner might want to push. However, the trail in in the "big woods" where there are large trees, many of which are labeled. It is as flat 3.4 miles as you can get, but in the fall, after the leaves are fallen, it may be a little difficult to follow. The north side of the trail follows roughly the Noxubee River (a creek in size).
Parking is available at the trailhead. The trail forks just beyond the river bridge. At the river there is a map posted.

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Either clockwise or counter clockwise.

Similar Products Used: Research Park Trail and Scattertown Trail.
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Cherie   [Apr 10, 2003]

I was unable to ride the entire trail due to swamp-like conditions. I can see enjoying this trail when it dries completely.

Similar Products Used: Noxubee Crest in Ackerman; The Research Park in Starkville
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