The three glittering, spring-fed lakes often take center stage at Splinter Creek, but exploring them barely scratches the surface.
Enjoy several miles of interconnected hiking trails on the property (all photos by Erin Austen Abbott).
Our 650-acre property is best understood by foot, and we make that an easy task with several miles of interconnected hiking trails. Our new trailhead signs and trail map make taking a hike that much better.
A new trail map denotes the hikes found at Splinter Creek.
November is one of the best months for hiking in north Mississippi and boasts mild temperatures, colorful fall foliage, and plenty of sunshine. With more than 400 acres set aside as a nature preserve, residents may find over 350 different species of wildlife roaming our trails.
Trailhead markers guide the way at Splinter Creek.
From the more challenging Seven Hills or Double Loop trails to the gentler Falling Meadow Trail, we offer different paths for every level of hiker. If you've been curious about Splinter Creek, and would like to check out our trails and our remaining lots, inquire or schedule a tour by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. We hope to welcome you soon!