(2 votes)
|
  Add to favorites

Jeff Busby Campgrounds Ackerman Ms. on Natchez Trace National Parkway - Mississippi, United States

by swamplady100  
This trip was created using EveryTrail. Like what you see? Get the FREE iPhone App and share your trips.
Story:
We camped at the campground primitive style. There are restrooms and water supply. The main rd is a scenic rd called Summit Rd. You can hike it to the top where there is two different entrances to a mile or a mile and a half depending where you enter hiking trail. It has small waterfall, creek, bridges, and slightly different terrain as you travel. No bikes allowed. Lots of nice sightseeing spots. The campground is clean with picnic tables and high pole to hang food from animals. No bears have been seen in campground. The park is free at this time. RVs are welcome but NO hook ups. Hammock sleepers are welcome.
Tips:
Bring water to drink in the wooded trail. I drank water at the top of the summit & went down without refilling bottle. I regretted it.
Tags:
Natchez Trace Parkway Hiking Trails
Photos: See all pictures and videos from Jeff Busby Campgrounds Ackerman Ms. on Natchez Trace National Parkway
Comments (1)
berberry
I camped at this park 2011 Nov 04 with my nephew and my dog, just as the the fall color season was hitting its peak. This particular season has been more spectacular than usual, and the vista from the Little Mountain summit was lovely. Likewise the trail that leads down to the campground from the summit was quite a treat with all the beautiful colors. My pictures are here;



http://smg.photobucket.com/albums/v226/berberry/2011-11-05%20Jeff%20Busby%20Park%20trip/
by berberry on Nov 21, 2011
Trip Info
December 20, 2010
Trip Location: Ackerman, Mississippi, United States
Length: 1.2 miles
Activity: Hiking
Trip viewed 5,062 times
Share This Trip
Flash map with photos for websites & blogs

Share by email & IM

non-flash map for websites & blogs

Take this trip with you
Add this trip to your favorites, which instantly appear in your EveryTrail for iPhone App "Saved" tab, and in "My Favorite Trips" on EveryTrail.com."
 Add to favorites

Export This Trip
Please login to download KML and GPX files
How To Get There
Get directions from: