What to do in Clark Creek Natural Area

The Clark Creek Nature Area is a beautiful forested region consisting of more than 700 acres of steep terrain, flowing creeks and a wide variety of plants and animals. Several waterfalls are part of the area's uniqueness. The forest is largely untamed with abundant beechwood and magnolia trees. Also inhabiting the area, are several species of migratory birds, poisonous snakes, and several threatened and endangered animals and plants.

Clark Creek Natural Area is one of Mississippi's most beautiful outdoor treasures. This park is 700 acres in size.

A nature trail is available for hiking and bird watching and is highlighted by some 50 waterfalls. The terrain is physically demanding and there are no camping facilities or other amenities.

Clark Creek Natural Area is located 13 miles west of Woodville off Hwy. #24 at the Pond Community. It is found in southwestern Wilkinson County, just east of the Mississippi River and north of the Louisiana border.

Mississippi generally has a temperate climate, with cool winters and warm, humid summers. Freezing temperatures are possible in the winter. Thunderstorms and are possible throughout the year but most common in the spring and summer. Tropical storms occasionally strike the coast during the hurricane season.

366 Fort Adams Pond Rd.
Woodville, MS 39669

Phone: 800-GO-PARKS

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