Clark Creek Natural Area


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Clark Creek Natural Area


Location:13 miles west of Woodville off Highway 24 at the Pond Community.
Facilities:Trails.
Activities:Hiking, birdwatching, photography.
Special Features:Located in southwestern Mississippi, this Natural Area features some 50 waterfalls, ranging in size from 10 to more than 30 feet high, as well as a variety of uncommon plants and animals, including the threatened black bear. Hunting is not permitted here, and only foot traffic is allowed (no camping or motorized vehicles permitted). Clark Creek is in a remote area and offers no potable water or other amenities, so visitors should be medically fit and are cautioned to bring plenty of water on any outing here.
Address:366 Fort Adams Pond Rd
Jackson, MS 39669

Phone:601-888-6040
Web: www.mdwfp.com/parkView/parks.asp?ID=5852
Size: 700 acres.

See other parks in Mississippi.
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pergandei, a nymph, was collected in Wilkinson County at Clark Creek Natural Area, 31[degrees]04'17"N 91[degrees]30'41"W, on 7 July 2005 by J.
The aptly named Solitude Road leads to the remote Cat Island National Wildlife Refuge, while Route 969 takes visitors to the wild creeks and waterfalls of the Clark Creek Natural Area.
The area is stocked with natural beauty, whether in the form of Lake Mary or the waterfall-rich Clark Creek Natural Area.