Magnolia Hiking Trail Updated:03/2022

The Magnolia Trail is designated as a National Recreation Trail. It allows foot traffic only. It is a complex of 8.3 miles of trails that are a great hiking and learning experience for visitors of all ages. The trails pass through a diversity of southwest Mississippi habitats, including loess bluff hills and native wetlands. Highlights include a cypress overlook, observation deck, and photography blind. Benches along the trail provide opportunities to rest and watch wildlife. 

The trail also features "Animal Olympics" beginning at the north trailhead. It provides 14 stations with activities for children to walk and play while learning about local wildlife. Bird watches will find a variety of habitats within a half-mile of the south trailhead. The trail is in a no-hunting zone. Click here for Magnolia Trail Map.

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St. Catherine Creek National Wildlife Refuge
21 Pintail Lane
PO Box 217
Sibley, MS  39165
Phone: (601) 442-6696
Fax: (601) 446-8990

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