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Bicycling the Natchez Trace Parkway

Our Top 10 Reasons to Bicycle the Natchez Trace Parkway

The 444 mile long route stretches from Natchez, Mississippi to Nashville, Tennessee. Top 10 reasons why the Natchez Trace Parkway is an excellent bicycle route:

Biking the Natchez Trace Parkway
  1. National Park Service designates the entire parkway as a bike route. Numerous signs instruct cars to share the road with bicycles.
  2. Commercial traffic is prohibited.
  3. Maximum speed limit for cars is 50 mph.
  4. Motorized traffic is generally very light except around Tupelo and Jackson.
  5. No stop signs or stop lights. Access on and off the Trace is via on/off ramps which means no need to worry about cross traffic.
  6. Scenery is awesome. Instead of utility poles and buildings, the Trace is lined with forests, farmland, creeks and beautiful vistas.
  7. All along the Trace through Mississippi, Alabama and Tennessee, historical and nature attractions offer interesting breaks and rest stops.
  8. Restroom facilities on the Trace are available about every twenty miles.
  9. Numerous side trails take you past antebellum and victorian homes, sunken roads, civil war battlefields and southern towns.
  10. There are many "cycling friendly" bed and breakfasts located along and near the Trace.

Call us at 800.377.2770 or click on the itinerary planner link below to get started. We can help you plan a couple day trip on part of the Trace, an "out and back" itinerary or with a trip where you bike the entire Trace.

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Why Should You Book Your Bicycle Trip With Us?


Stay at a Bed and Breakfast along the way!

Whether you are planning a cycling trip of two days or ten on the Natchez Trace Parkway, whether you want to ride 30 miles a day or 80 miles a day, we can put together a package of B&Bs for you, at the price of just the B&Bs alone.

Bike the Natchez Trace Parkway

We have worked with hundreds of cyclists and know their needs and interests. We know where restaurants for dinner will be convenient to the Trace, and in some cases, where the B&B can make arrangements for dinner for you. Of course, a big breakfast is included in each stay to get you started on the road.

All of the B&Bs are "cyclist friendly" and have a secure place to store your bike overnight. Some are located a couple of miles or less from the Trace and others that are further away will come and pick you up at the Trace.

Call us at 800.377.2770 to discuss your itinerary and to make B&B reservations. Our assistance is free and when you book rooms through us there is no extra cost to you.

Or, click here to use our Biking the Trace Itinerary Planner.


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