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Double Loop at Plymouth Bluff Professional Review and Guide
"British civil engineer Bernard Romans described Plymouth Bluff in 1771: “We saw a very remarkable bluff on the west side, rising about 50 feet out of the present level of the water...it looks as if made by art. Plymouth Bluff Center is located adjacent to the old Tombigbee River and offers facilities for groups from workshops to educational programs to family reunions. The 190-acre area is mostly wooded, has a quality trail system, and is managed for wildlife as well. Start your hike on the Lake Trail, following the asphalt pavement through the woods, and then begin circling left around the lake. Osage orange and cedar trees are prevalent."
--Johnny Molloy, Hiking Mississippi (Falcon Guides).
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