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Bike Your Park Day, September 30, 2017


Ridgeland Bike Your Park Day


Name of Park or Public Land:
Natchez Trace Parkway

Number of participants:
83

Ride Description:

Participants are asked to park at Madison Landing (beside Old Trace Park and Cock of the Walk) and sign in. This is a free, ride at your pace and as little or much as you want ride. Riders can head north on the multi-use path to the Overlook where there will be a mini rest stop provided by Ridgeland Tourism Commission for participants of Ridgeland's Bike Your Park Day and enjoy the scenic Reservoir.

Mileage: 10

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