Clark Creek Natural Area (Tunica Hills) Hike - Sep 26

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Join the Baton Rouge Group of the Sierra Club for the first in a series of outdoor outings this fall and winter. Members and non-members alike are welcome to tag along for a hike at Clark Creek Natural Area in Mississippi, right across the Louisiana state line. The area is known for its rugged hills and stunning waterfalls.

We'll be hiking the primitive loop trail, which is 4.7 miles through the heart of the hills, offering an up-close and at times secluded view of the several waterfalls that dot the area. The path traverses several rugged hills through a diverse and stunning mixed hardwood and pine forest just a stone's throw from the Mississippi River.

Plan to meet at 7:00am on Saturday, September 26, 2015 at the Trader Joe's parking lot on Perkins Road in Baton Rouge (corner of Acadian Thruway just off of I-10) for those who may want to carpool. The drive to Pond, MS, is around 1 hour and 15 minutes from Baton Rouge.

Be sure to bring a few items including, but not limited to: water, DEET (to repel ticks), comfortable shoes that can get wet and muddy and still have traction, and $3 for a parking fee.

If you have any questions, email Jonathan Olivier at

For more information on the hike, visit:

Clark Creek Natural Area
366 Fort Adams Pond Rd, Woodville, Mississippi 39669

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