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Small parking lot w a picnic area. Good for a night. Not sure if you’re allowed to post up here but nobody bothered us.
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Great quiet spot along the Natchez Trace Trail. A few picnic tables, with bbq pits & garbage … perfect for a night
Traffic was only a handful of cars after darkReport Check-In
Nice spot to park for the night! No “no camping” signs, and plenty of space if you wanted to pitch a tent! Tables, trash bin and a fire pit.Report Check-In
Came in around 1 am. Deer were everywhere! Saw 1 or 2 every mile down the parkway, slowing our trip but making it much more interesting. The parking area was empty. We pulled our camper van in sideways and slept until 9 am undisturbed. Only a few cars passed in the morning. Nice scenic route in the morning to get to New OrleansReport Check-In
the coolest place for a night we had in a long time. Pure nature, quiet, starry sky and fireflies, good air. Picnic tables, no other amenities, no other people :-) Had a perfect night.Report Check-In
Had no problem to sleep tonight here. Nice and quiet.Report Check-In
Small parking lot w a picnic area. Good for a night. Not sure if you’re allowed to post up here but nobody bothered us.Report Check-In