Lakeside Trail at Choctaw Lake

Ackerman, Mississippi

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This all-accessible trail loops around charming Choctaw Lake, and makes for one pretty stroll that complements other paths in the area. Contemplation benches, fishing piers, boardwalks, and other amenities enhance the natural setting. vantage. As you face the dam, head right, away from it. The pea gravel Lakeside Trail, about 4 feet wide, offers a foot-friendly environment open to everyone. Contemplation benches have been placed here for your pleasure. The trailside environment is partly landscaped, complemented with neatly mown grass, and makes the setting quite attractive. The lake will be off to your left the entire trip. Pines and oaks shade parts of the path. Shortly cross your first boardwalk, the first of many. The second boardwalk crosses an embayment.

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"This all-accessible trail loops around charming Choctaw Lake, and makes for one pretty stroll that complements other paths in the area. Contemplation benches, fishing piers, boardwalks, and other amenities enhance the natural setting. vantage.

As you face the dam, head right, away from it. The pea gravel Lakeside Trail, about 4 feet wide, offers a foot-friendly environment open to everyone. Contemplation benches have been placed here for your pleasure. The trailside environment is partly landscaped, complemented with neatly mown grass, and makes the setting quite attractive. The lake will be off to your left the entire trip. Pines and oaks shade parts of
the path. Shortly cross your first boardwalk, the first of many. The second boardwalk crosses an embayment."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Ackerman
Distance: 2.5
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Skill Level: Easy
Duration: 1 to 1.5 hours
Season: Year-round
Local Maps: USGS Ackerman
Driving Directions: Directions to Lakeside Trail at Choctaw Lake

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May 2018