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State Term: Mississippi

Longleaf Trace Case Study
February 17, 2024
The Longleaf Trace in Southern Mississippi is not only a stunning ride, but an economic and transportation asset for the region.
Making Connections on 2021’s New Rail-Trails
December 20, 2021
Below, we’ve spotlighted a handful of the exciting new rail-trails that have opened up around the country this year, as well as the broader trail networks they tie into.
Colorado's Point Alta Vista Trail | Photo by D. Scott Clark Photography, courtesy Fremont Adventure Recreation
Top 10 Trails in Mississippi
October 20, 2021
Mississippi trails beckon bicyclists and walkers year ‘round—even in January and February when an extra jacket might be needed.
Mississippi's Longleaf Trace | Photo by Jake Lynch
Trails Forecast: Resiliency and Repair
February 21, 2020
As natural disasters such as floods and tornados continue to increase across the country, trail managers are recognizing the need for new solutions to help mitigate the economic, environmental and infrastructural impacts and ensure long-term resiliency in their communities.
Mississippi’s Tanglefoot Trail
August 06, 2019
All 43.6 miles of the Tanglefoot Trail opened at once, becoming the longest rail-trail in the state, and connecting these communities.
Mississippi's Tanglefoot Trail | Photo by Wendy Crosby, courtesy
The Longleaf Trace Is a Beautiful Beacon for Health, Revitalization in Mississippi
July 12, 2019
Lined with a diverse array of foliage, the 43-mile Longleaf Trace takes trail users from Prentiss to Hattiesburg, connecting three counties and multiple towns as it rambles through tunnels, over bridges and along woods and wetlands.
Longleaf Trace | Photo by Jake Lynch