There is something special about a waterfall. They are beautiful, refreshing and you can find them right here in Mississippi. The trail locations listed below all have waterfalls for you to enjoy.
Clark Creek Natural Area The Mississippi Wildlife, Fisheries, and Parks website lists this area as having around 50 waterfalls ranging is size from 10 to 30 feet. The World Waterfall Database has a entry for Clark Creek Waterfall with a height of 50 feet. The area offers about 5 miles of trails. The online map categorizes the trails as either primitive or developed.
Cooper Falls Located within J.P. Coleman State Park, Cooper Falls stands at 50’ tall and is located on the shores of the beautiful Pickwick Lake.
Natchez Trace Falls Listed in the World Waterfall Database as 15 feet. (unconfirmed)
Owens Creek Falls In the past hikers could trek the 2.5 miles from Rocky Springs to Owens Creek Waterfall. However, the trail is now closed due to erosion and the waterfall has also caved in and is not the sight it once was. It can still be viewed from the pullover on the Natchez Trace.
West Central Mississippi
Tishomingo State Park A little taste of Appalachia with beautiful rock outcroppings, streams, a swinging bridge, and waterfalls.
Other Waterfalls with No or Inactive Hiking Trails
Dunn’s Falls A 65 foot waterfall in the hills along the Chunky River featuring a water wheel and grist mill. It is located approximately 15 miles southwest of Meridian in Enterprise, MS.
Mint Spring Falls in Warren County (in Vicksburg National Military Park) 30ft (unconfirmed)
Rawson Gully Falls Listed in the World Waterfall Database as 40 feet. The waterfall is located just outside of Meridian. There is little information about this waterfall. We will publish additional information as it becomes available. (unconfirmed)