The Mississippi Paddling Trail At Sky Lake Leads To Some Of The World’s Oldest And Biggest Trees   

Mississippi’s historic sites aren’t limited to antebellum mansions and battlefields. One of the state’s best sites from the past is Sky Lake Wildlife Management Area (WMA) – and that’s because it’s where you’ll find some of the oldest trees on earth. Not only are the trees ancient, but they’re huge, too. When it comes to exploring the WMA, there are several options – one of which is a 2.6-mile paddling trail. Take a look:

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For more information on Sky Lake WMA, call (662) 335-2422. You can also visit the Sky Lake WMA website.

This isn’t the only place you can have fun on the water. Read about another here.

 

Address: 1692 Townsend Lake Rd, Belzoni, MS 39038, USA