The One Hikeable Creek In Mississippi That’s Simply Breathtaking In The Fall

Fall has officially begun. And while there’s still a bit of time before the temperatures drop in the Magnolia State, it’s never too early to start planning some outdoor fun. Hiking is a wonderful choice year-round; however, it’s even better in the fall when the weather is cooperating, the air is crisp, and the trees are filled with colorful leaves. There are so many trails in Mississippi that are perfect for a seasonal hike, but some of the best follow Bear Creek in Tishomingo State Park. Take a look:

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There’s no denying that Bear Creek is absolutely stunning in the fall! Did you ever hike to the creek? Have another favorite fall trail? Tell us in the comments section.