Natchez Trace State Park, Wildersville
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Natchez Trace State Park is located in Wildersville. Make Natchez Trace State Park a centerpiece of your Wildersville vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Wildersville family vacation planner.
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We pulled over to check this place out as we like a quiet place to rest after a long day of sightseeing. Nice fairly level spots, electricity and water hook-ups and a dump station...all for $17.25 wit... read more »
Our visit to the park was so laid back and relaxing. I live near the park, so I've been to it many times. My husband and I went earlier in the day, around 11 or 12, so that we could rent a paddle boat... read more »
We hiked here because it was a convenient stop on our trek back and forth to Memphis. The park is right off the interstate so not a lot of driving just to arrive at the trail heads. It seems a bit dat... read more »
Usually nice, if dated facilities. The food and the pool at the lodge were typically what would bring us there. Lodge room costs are great. On our most recent visit their pool was closed. However, they were kind enough to let us cancel without any penalty. We spent a few hours enjoying the trails and small (but new) playground, and we stayed in a hotel in nearby jackson.
We went here on our honeymoon 30 years ago and go back frequently. Great fishing on several twra lakes. The state record black crappie came from here on maple lake.
Camped 4th of July weekend. Had an amazing time. Bathrooms and beaches are the cleanest of any of the park's I've stayed at.
Spent Memorial Day 2016 weekend here, our first visit to the park. Stayed at Cub Lake Campground 2. Pretty park overall but we had one BIG issue. It had to do with the Cub Lake swimming area. There's a sign that CLEARLY states that no dogs are allowed in the beach and swimming area. This was not enforced what so ever by any employee or rangers. There were many people there with their dogs. There were dog poop ALL over the place including the grassy area and beach sand where not only did you have to smell it, but kids are stepping all over it. Not once did we see anyone pick up after their pets and we never saw an employee or ranger go and pick up any droppings. We don't have a problem with dogs or owners that want to bring them along. We just would like the beach and swimming area to be free from any dog poop. The rule needs to be enforced so our little kids aren't smelling and having to constantly step over or around droppings. Our kids wanted very much to play in the water but we only stayed for a short time because of the issue. Would like to see this addressed before we visit again.
We absolutely enjoyed all of our time at the Cub Creek Campground, very pleasant, the beach was also an awesome experience and absolutely love the fact that they have a small childrens area blocked off in the beach area to swim in. Definetely plan on visiting again.
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