Reviews of The Natchez Trace (Tourist Attraction)

2200 Attala Rd 2202, Kosciusko, MS 39090, United States

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REVIEWS OF The Natchez Trace IN Mississippi

Robbie Caudill

Very beautiful scenic route. Has lots of places to stop with a variety of things at each one. Everything from memorials, plaques to read about local history, hiking trails that lead to some gorgeous waters and over looks. If your a bike rider this is a great place to go.

michael perreault

I have made several motorcyle trips on the Trace, I like it better every time I go. A nice relaxing slow, safe ride. Pleasant road in great condition, easy to get to the services off the Trace. I go from south to north with an overnight in Tupelo area. Lots of interesting places to stop, and you are not likely to see crowds of people or vehicles. If you are a beginning motorcycle rider this is the place to acquire some important skills and have fun as well. If you are going from here on to the Blue Ridge Parkway this is a great warm up ride

Robbie Caudill

Very beautiful scenic route. Has lots of places to stop with a variety of things at each one. Everything from memorials, plaques to read about local history, hiking trails that lead to some gorgeous waters and over looks. If your a bike rider this is a great place to go.

Theresa Lewis

Ilene Jones

David L Casteel

As always great day on the trace

Joleena Nance

I LOVE the Natchez Trace parkway. If you want to go for a long drive without alot of distracting traffic and want to explore nature trails, spend real time with family in nature( bonding time), take pictures of wildlife, waterfalls, springs, old cabins and historic sites or cookout & grill or simply carry a picnic basket, this is a good place to make it happen. They have grills at some sites, readily available and clean bathroom stops. I love it and it's also great place for meditating, and finding peace and quiet, a place to clear your mind. And last but not least, it's great for traveling❤

Paul Faulkner

History 101

Robbie Hawkins

Since I was a child our Mom would bring us here to picnic or swim in Coles Creek. I absolutely love the peacefulness around you. You can sit at the picnic table & listen to the birds sing around you. The highway is in excellent shape.

Nicholas Brandon

maxcapax

(Translated by Google) It is probably on the season. One drives with very moderate speed through a manicured parkland. Everything is clean and tidy. Sometimes, however, seems to be the next civilization through the green. As is to take a large, the next departure temptation - especially when one sneaks since a quarter of an hour behind a Hundred Years ago and can not overtake. No trucks allowed. It gets boring. THANK YOU. (Original) Es kommt wohl auf die Jahreszeit an. Man fährt mit sehr mäßiger Geschwindigkeit durch eine gepflegte Parklandschaft. Alles ist sauber und ordentlich. Mitunter scheint aber die nahe Zivilisation durch das Grün hindurch. Da ist die Versuchung eine große, die nächste Abfahrt zu nehmen - zumal, wenn man seit einer Viertelstunde hinter einem Hundertjährigen her schleicht und den nicht überholen kann. Keine LKWs erlaubt. Es wird schnell langweilig. DANKE.

Steven Williams

red rock bluecolor

James Jones

Martha Cain

One of the jewels in the nation's crown as are ALL national parks.

Marc Sills

Rene Watkins

Nice olden structures on this road. It goes from Nashville TN to Natchez Ms. You can pull into rest areas. It's a peaceful drive. The speed limit is posted at 50 mph. I would consider this a federal highway so watch your speed limit

Motorcycle Junky

From a motorcycle perspective. 3 of you exclude Tennessee

Latisha Thompson

michael perreault

I have made several motorcyle trips on the Trace, I like it better every time I go. A nice relaxing slow, safe ride. Pleasant road in great condition, easy to get to the services off the Trace. I go from south to north with an overnight in Tupelo area. Lots of interesting places to stop, and you are not likely to see crowds of people or vehicles. If you are a beginning motorcycle rider this is the place to acquire some important skills and have fun as well. If you are going from here on to the Blue Ridge Parkway this is a great warm up ride

Dan Britt

Beautiful national parkway. History is only surpassed by its natural beaty. Pleasant drive with little traffic in winter, spring, aummer, and early fall. Too busy when leaves explode n color.

R Wobbly

Wonderful to behold. But watch your speed carefully. The speed limit is strictly enforced.

Mookloud

We spent four days on The Natchez Trace in November of 2018. These are four of the best days of my life. We stopped at every pullout and info sign. The speed limit is 40-50 mph. We chose the lower speed limit. We had set aside four days and we were in no hurry. Such a sense of American history. It teaches me once again what wusses and pansies we are. These people had to walk everywhere they went, something modern man would find difficult. Don't drive The Trace expecting flashy things to see and do. This is a lesson in American History. It was a mistake that we didn't bring along a sack lunch. The restaurants are rarely close to The Trace. Next time we will be eating peanut butter sandwiches rather than driving to the restaurants. Also, there are places where Verizon did not have a signal. But, usually we had some sort of signal. Be very cautious, especially around Tupelo. There are lots of deer in the area. Saw several "herds" of wild turkeys. We slept at motels in Jackson, Florence, Alabama and Tupelo. We could have done this a lot quicker, but chose to smell the flowers. All the restrooms were immaculate. They had heat, soap, TP and paper towels. It was cold when we were there, so we did not notice if the restrooms had AC. Also, when you drive through Kosciusko, Ms, you might want to pay a visit to Hillside Vineyards. They sell Muscadine Jelly and it is just the best stuff I have ever tasted. We don't remember seeing any stop signs or stop lights on The Trace. May have been a couple around Jackson, but don't remember seeing any. Meriwether Lewis Park, about 50 miles south of Nashville, contains the gravesite of Meriwether Lewis. Thomas Jefferson seemingly had groomed Lewis for the top slot in the corporation. But, Lewis suffered from depression. He just came apart at the seams after the expedition was completed. He likely committed suicide at this location on The Trace. A very sad chapter in our history. The Trace is one of the best things we have ever done.

Dan Britt

Beautiful national parkway. History is only surpassed by its natural beaty. Pleasant drive with little traffic in winter, spring, aummer, and early fall. Too busy when leaves explode n color.

Escobaria Gracilis

Excellent way to experience the Mississippi countryside. I have drive the Parkway from Natchez Ms to NashvilleTN. Many historic sites along the way. Bridges, historic buildings and Native American sites.The slower pace drive allows you to really enjoy the scenery.

R Wobbly

Wonderful to behold. But watch your speed carefully. The speed limit is strictly enforced.

Molly Woods

Raymond Jackosn

Cool, visit

Mack Durff

Natural beauty and a feeling of stepping back in time at some places along the way. A great departure from modern times.

Jerry Parrett

Chuck D Garrett

Deborah Cain

Pretty ride

Patsy Myers

Almost got lost, my GPS lied and got me all turned around!

Kimberly Conley

Absolutely beautiful

Kathleen

Chelsey Tink

Mookloud

We spent four days on The Natchez Trace in November of 2018. These are four of the best days of my life. We stopped at every pullout and info sign. The speed limit is 40-50 mph. We chose the lower speed limit. We had set aside four days and we were in no hurry. Such a sense of American history. It teaches me once again what wusses and pansies we are. These people had to walk everywhere they went, something modern man would find difficult. Don't drive The Trace expecting flashy things to see and do. This is a lesson in American History. It was a mistake that we didn't bring along a sack lunch. The restaurants are rarely close to The Trace. Next time we will be eating peanut butter sandwiches rather than driving to the restaurants. Also, there are places where Verizon did not have a signal. But, usually we had some sort of signal. Be very cautious, especially around Tupelo. There are lots of deer in the area. Saw several "herds" of wild turkeys. We slept at motels in Jackson, Florence, Alabama and Tupelo. We could have done this a lot quicker, but chose to smell the flowers. All the restrooms were immaculate. They had heat, soap, TP and paper towels. It was cold when we were there, so we did not notice if the restrooms had AC. Also, when you drive through Kosciusko, Ms, you might want to pay a visit to Hillside Vineyards. They sell Muscadine Jelly and it is just the best stuff I have ever tasted. We don't remember seeing any stop signs or stop lights on The Trace. May have been a couple around Jackson, but don't remember seeing any. Meriwether Lewis Park, about 50 miles south of Nashville, contains the gravesite of Meriwether Lewis. Thomas Jefferson seemingly had groomed Lewis for the top slot in the corporation. But, Lewis suffered from depression. He just came apart at the seams after the expedition was completed. He likely committed suicide at this location on The Trace. A very sad chapter in our history. The Trace is one of the best things we have ever done.

James Johnson

Had a wonderful time ,can't wait to go back.

Debbie Bishop

Beautiful place for a drive and lots of places to explore

Tommy Howell

Melanie Guistwite

Beautiful drive, just be careful at night! The deer are everywhere!

Bj Summers

terriaua ickom

Fun

Julieanne Weldy

Ashaki Sharpe

Erin Wood

I love driving the Natchez Trace. It's beautiful. There are people from all over the U. S. who travel it for the scenic views. You can see huge trees, swamps and all kinds of wildlife.

Stephanie Ashford

It was wonderful

Rebecca DiCioccio

Lovely stress free driving through lovely tree lined two Lane road. No trucks permitted

billy mann

These photos were taken in Kosiusko, Mississippi. The town is named for a Polish nationalist who was inspired by the American Revolution and came here to help the Patriots win the war. The town is full of Victorian era architecture and welcoming people. Stop by the Chamber of commerce for info on the local sites. This town is also the birthplace of Oprah Winfrey. The Natchez Trace itself is one of the country's most beautiful drives. Be careful, though -it's also a speed trap. They are serious about the speed limit!

Eva Welch

Beautiful scenery. Enjoyed the drive.

Butta Fish

Nicolas Trangez

Travis Stanley

Mark Lanier

Randy Becnel

Karen Hill

Can't wait to tour the trail on our motorcycles!

Melisa Edwards

Marianna Sistrunk

KandB Sho

Richard Ford JR

Jeff Forester

Love it !

Jaesa Beckham

Melanie Parish

Amazing. Best drive in the USA.

Will Smity

Love the Natchez Trace

Shelia Talley

Priscila Buratin

Scott Woodmore

Tim Tullos

Beautiful drive if your not in a hurry.

billy mann

These photos were taken in Kosiusko, Mississippi. The town is named for a Polish nationalist who was inspired by the American Revolution and came here to help the Patriots win the war. The town is full of Victorian era architecture and welcoming people. Stop by the Chamber of commerce for info on the local sites. This town is also the birthplace of Oprah Winfrey. The Natchez Trace itself is one of the country's most beautiful drives. Be careful, though -it's also a speed trap. They are serious about the speed limit!

Bobby Minga

Always a great ride and places to see

Julia Edwards-Dake

What a beautiful drive...and no one was on the Trace...

Destiny Benedict

Christine Carter

Willie Lee

Stephanie Holder

Love the Trace.

Roy Campbell-Moore

Really nice but lacking in variety of scenery over a long distance

Bobby Nash

A nice place to stay.

William Hulett

Cynthia P

We had not heard of the Natchez Trace until this visit. Very interesting history and beautiful drive.

Lindsey

Great scenery, mostly polite drivers. Very enjoyable day!

Soumalya Dey

Nice scenic beauty & great place to relax driving.

Lisa Cauthen

Great sight seeing place

Sherry Dennis

Jacqueline Winters

Tranquil ride to enjoy nature. Good to see so many wild turkeys!

Cynthia P

We had not heard of the Natchez Trace until this visit. Very interesting history and beautiful drive.

Diane Sills

Frankie Gordon

Lindsey

Great scenery, mostly polite drivers. Very enjoyable day!

Recaldo Gilpin

Its a short nice walk but nice

Nancy Phillips

Jonathan Sandig

Wonderful place to drive through the country, with many historical stops and points of interest along the way!

DAVID POPE

ricegum ugly

Sheila Gee

Doshia Lea Ellis

Ashley Kimble

Loretta Sanford

love the beauty of the drive. No phone reception, when I had car trouble

Jerimy Lepard

Crowded with people who like to have fun

Ramey Butler

Tonya Ruff

Angela Bankston

April Scott

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