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Nature Trail
Trace State Park Nature Trail offers a unique landscape of upland pine, hardwoods, and wetland forest. Also of interest, hikers may use our ORV Trails area which features 35 miles of trails that can be utilized by ATV's, motorcycles, horse, mountain bikes as well as the occasional hiker. More in depth information may be view by downloading the below brochure.

Mountain Bike Trails
Trace State Park features 35 miles of trails that can be utilized by ATV's, motorcycles, horse, and mountain bikes. Helmets are required for ATV's and motorcycles. A separate trail may also be used dedicated to only mountain bike riders. Contact park office for details on mountain bike riding. Release forms must be on file (yearly) at the park office for each user and may also be downloaded below. A fee is charged.

Equestrian Trail   
Trace State Park offers equestrian lovers a wide range of trails use. A trail dedicated to equestrian and mountain bike users is set aside for dedicated use. This trail meanders through a canopy of hardwoods and pines, great views of the lake along the way and if so desired you may enter the ORV Trails Area. A vast complexity of 35-miles of combined usage trails for ORV's, mountain bikers, hikers, and equestrian users. Also available in our ORV Trails Area is a horse barn for overnight accommodations and may be made by contacting the park office. A map of our ORV Trails Brochure may be helpful and may be downloaded below. Release forms must be on file (yearly) at the park office for each user and may also be downloaded below. A daily fee is charged.

ORV (Off Road Vehicle) Trail
Trace State Park features 35 miles of trails that can be utilized by ATV's, motorcycles, horse, and mountain bikes. Helmets are required for any ORV. No double riding is permitted unless rated so by the manufacturer of vehicle. Requirement: Persons operating or riding on an ATV must possess a valid driver's licenses or possess a All-Terrain Vehicle Safety Course Certificate. Other restrictions apply and may be viewed by downloading the ORV Trail Brochure and Mississippi Code § 63-31-3. Release forms must be on file (yearly) at the park office for each user and may also be downloaded below. A daily fee is charged.

All-Terrain Vehicle Safety Institute (www.atvsafety.org)

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