Milepost 154.3 – Holly Hill Picnic and restroom area.
Hugh Ellard Park is located less than 2 miles from the Natchez Trace Parkway at 100 Love Road and just off the historic original Trace that leads through Kosciusko. You’ll find an expansive baseball and softball complex consisting of 9 fields that are utilized by all ages and tournaments throughout the year, 3 concession stands, batting cages and […]
Milepost 164.3 – Hurricane Creek – Self guiding trail. Allow 15 minutes to walk in area that identifies the plants found in different soil conditions.
Milepost 160.0 – Information Center – Kosciusko chamber of commerce volunteers provide travel information for the parkway and local area.
Jason Niles Park is located on Knox Road less than three miles from the Natchez Trace and offers beautiful scenery as well as a walking track, playground equipment, tennis courts, picnic area, a splash pad for those hot days of summer and a challenging 9 hole Disc Golf Course that winds its way throughout the […]
Late-19th-Century markers. Self-guided tour. Daily 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Spend some time browsing displays of local events, historic sites and interesting people of Kosciusko. Enjoy art exhibits by local artisans. Includes a display of Tadeusz Kosicuszko, a Polish freedom fighter, local artisans, local celebrities and much more. Browse the museum while talking with our volunteer staff. Daily 9 a.m – 4 p.m. Natchez Trace Pkwy., […]
c. 1899. A 100-year-old structure (formerly a Presbyterian church) built in Romanesque Revival style with stunning stained glass windows. The building also incorporates a Delta Gamma room with portraits of the founders. By appointment. 662.289.1226.
Milepost 145.1 – Myrick Creek – Self-guiding trail. Take 10 minutes to learn about the beavers here.
Oprah Winfrey Road runs North of Highway 12 past Oprah’s first church, her family cemetery and the site of her birthplace. Drive by only.
Milepost 140.0 – Red Dog Road – Named for a Choctaw chief, the road was open in 1834.
Located on the original Natchez Trace, this park was created during America’s Bicentennial year, 1976. Several points of interest in the park: dirt mound with dirt taken from Krakow, Poland, Daughters of the American Revolution marker, and statue of General Tadeusz Kosciuszko. Enjoy a quite morning or afternoon at this park while watching the gazing […]
Milepost 135.5 – Robinson Road – Dating from 1821 this road connected Jackson and Columbus, Mississippi. It also has a picnic area.
Milepost 130.9 – Yockanookany – Picnic area