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Clark Creek Natural Area

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Clark Creek Natural Area

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366 Fort Adams Pond Rd, Woodville, MS 39669-4000
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Trainman57 wrote a review Mar 2020
Luling8 contributions1 helpful vote
If your a hiker that enjoys a good bit of up and down treking, you should enjoy this trail. Trail is wide and graveled for the most part. Markers on the trail are old and mostly unreadable. There is supposed to be a few record trees on the route, but there's nothing on the trail that says "here you are" so finding them could be difficult. The trail passes along and over lots of ridges, so be prepared for somewhat steep going uphill and down in most places on it. Wooden stairs are provided in some spots. There's a primitive trail within the area that has no such amenity for the truly hardy. I'm 62 and didn't really have trouble with the trail but it's not the kind of hiking trail I would necessarily recommend for older folks. Younger folks have no trouble with it at all. The falls are meager really but the settings are nice and worth the walk for the most part. Wear good hiking shoes that you don't mind maybe getting a little wet, as you'll have to follow stream beds to some of the falls. Bring a camera, sunscreen, bug repellent, water, snax and a hiking stick is a great idea. You'll use it.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Hariclee Satterfield wrote a review Mar 2020
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We went hiking middle of February 2020 it was super nice cuz the lakes river was dry and we follow the route but waking inside the river passes by and you can go down to the each waterfall The last waterfall to the exit it’s a bit a walk
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Date of experience: February 2020
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bobD7232FS wrote a review Mar 2020
Baton Rouge, Louisiana90 contributions15 helpful votes
An off the beaten path nature area that is primitive, invigorating, challenging and beautiful! Hiking is not easy by any means but is challenging at an intermediate level. Trails are hilly with washouts, creek crossings and maneuvering over fallen trees across the path. Well marked trails for the most part and the area maps posted along the trails are confusing to read. The falls are small but fun to get to if you are determined. Will come back here as it is a fun place to traverse. 2 hours should do it for a great experience.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Leah C wrote a review Feb 2020
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Moderate hike for older children and young to middle aged adults. Beautiful waterfalls with full photo opportunity. Hidden gem for south Mississippi!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Renny wrote a review Jul 2019
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The nature trail was beautiful. Once we got to the waterfall it was breathtaking. The walk itself is very rugged and strenuous for older people. The teens did not have an issue at all. Wear tennis shoes and bring lots of water. Stay on the trail at all times. $4 per car with 6 people. There are 5 water falls but we only made it to the first. We had no idea that you were suppose to follow the creek to get to the next fall. They should have directions posted to let you know where to go. They were old so you could not read them
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Date of experience: July 2019
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