Expert Travel Advice to Natchez Trace Parkway

Top Answers To Natchez Trace Parkway Travel Questions

  • ambler answered:
    Tupelo, Mississippi
  • Anonymous user answered:
    We contacted the National Park Service with your query and Amy Genke, an NPS guide for the Natchez Trace, wrote to recommend that March to Mid-April are probably the best months. Obviously it's impossible to predict exactly when things will start blooming, but Amy provided the following notes from last year's prime blooms as a general guide: wild plum from Tupelo to the North End (March 14); redbuds in the Tupelo area (March 21); spring beauty, violets in the Tupelo area, dogwoods from French Camp south (March 25); redbuds and Chickasaw plum at their peak in the Tupelo area, dogwoods just about ready to bloom (March 27); dogwoods starting to bloom (March 29); crimson clover and wisteria in the Tupelo area (April 7). Hope this helps!
  • Anonymous user asked:
    Anonymous user answered:
    Parkway starts in Natchez Mississippi ends in Nashville Tenn 455 miles
  • Anonymous user answered:
    The only gas station on the parkway itself is at the Jeff Busby camping area (just past milepost 190), though plenty of exit routes offer access to gas stations and other services in communities around the Trace. The NPS's Natchez Trace website offers a link to a PDF document (look for the motel thumbnail, lower right of page) listing information about local communities along the parkway at: http://www.nps.gov/natr/planyourvisit/index.htm

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