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Trace State Park, Tupelo

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State Park · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
Trace State Park (formerly Old Natchez Trace Park) is a public recreation area located off Mississippi Highway 6, approximately 7 miles (11 km) east of Pontotoc and 7 miles (11 km) west of Tupelo in the U.S. state of Mississippi. The state park surrounds 565-acre (229 ha) Trace Lake and is named for the nearby Natchez Trace trail. Famed frontiersman Davy Crockett once lived within the area bounded by the park.
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  • Because of business, we have had to stay at this park several times. We stay in the RV camping area and are always very impressed with how clean the park is. The maintenance is the best in the...  more »
  • Very friendly and safe! No one bothers your stuff outside. Showers and restrooms are clean! Laundry room is awesome! Highly recommended place to get away!
  • This is a quiet and beautiful campground. They have access to trails and disc golf on site. The lake is low but that did not detract at all from our enjoyment of the beautiful scenery. One of the best parts has to be that the bathrooms & showers are absolutely immaculate. I’d highly recommend Trace state park for anyone looking for a peaceful getaway!

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