Brodeur Gallery 107 North Commerce Street 508.579.3571 brodeurgallery.com
Milepost 18.4 – Bullen Creek – A self-guiding trail leads through a mixed hardwood-pine forest. The walk takes 15 minutes.
Milepost 232.4 – Bynum Mounds – Prehistoric people built these mounds between 2,100 and 1,800 years ago. Exhibits describe their life.
Located just a stone’s throw from the beautiful Natchez Trace, Hall Lodge, rustic cabins, and modern motel-style rooms await the young and young-at-heart. Initially...
Milepost 308.4- Cave Spring- This is considered an important historic site to the Chickasaw people.
Cedarwood, listed on the National Register of Historic Places as the "Porter House," is the residence of Bob & Jeannie Chunn and serves as...
Charboneau Distillery 617 Jefferson Street 601.861.4203 charboneaudistillery.com
Milepost 251.1 – Chickasaw Council House – Here was Pontatok, capital of the Chickasaw Nation during the 1820’s. Picnic area.
Milepost 261.8 – Chickasaw Village Site – Exhibits describe daily life and early history at a Chickasaw village site.
Milepost 100.7 – Choctaw Agency – From 1807 until after 1820 a brick structure here housed an agent who served as a liaison between...
Established ca. 1800, the Clinton Cemetery is one of the oldest in central Mississippi. Buried here are families of pioneer settlers, ten college presidents,...
Walk scenic pathways including an original section of the Natchez Trace. Also, visit its log cabin to see the displays and shop for gifts.
Learn of the historical background of Clinton, Mississippi College and the Natchez Trace and tour our museum and gift shop.
Milepost 175.6 – Cole Creek – A short self-guiding trail through a water Tupelo/bald-cypress swamp.
Milepost 17.5 – Coles Creek – Picnic area and restrooms.
Milepost 269.4 – Confederate Gravesites- A short walk on the old trace takes you to the graves of the 13 unknown Confederate soldiers.
Conner Burns Studio 209 Franklin Street 601.446.6334 connerburns.com