Top Ten Campsites near Nashville and Memphis
There are 45 miles of hiking trails here traversing woodlands, fields, streams, and shorelines. The Red Leaves Trail offers a backcountry camping experience, with four campsites spread along 20 miles of pathway. Mountain bikers have miles and miles of backcountry roads and paths to pedal. Park stables offer trail rides, too.
The best destination for car campers is along Cub Lake. Two campgrounds, both with hot showers, offer ridgeline camping with gravel pads or spots down in a hollow near the lake on more hilly terrain. Cub Lake is the quietest of the four impoundments in the park, since no motors are allowed. Fishing is popular on all the lakes. There are more developed facilities here, but Natchez is spread out enough so that all park visitors can enjoy the recreation of their choice without detracting from the natural beauty of the area. Come see for yourself.
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