Posted on 04 | 27 | 11 in Featured Posts, News Releases
On April 26 and 27, several major storms impacted the Natchez Trace. High winds damaged or knocked down approximately 30000 trees within the boundary of the Parkway. The most heavily impacted areas were in Choctaw and Webster Counties in MS. Several other sections were damaged between Jackson and Nashville. Through the outstanding work of the Parkway staff and volunteers, the roadway is open and damage assessments are ongoing. Trail users should be aware of the possibility of debris or flooded sections.
Before and After Storm Damage on the Parkway