Navigate the Natchez Trace Parkway

444 Miles of Southern Scenery

Located just minutes from Cabot Lodge Jackson North, the Natchez Trace Parkway is a scenic roadway that winds through parts of Mississippi, Alabama, and Tennessee. Travelers along this National Parkway can stop and appreciate the many historical landmarks, recreational areas, and breathtaking overlooks found along the way.

This modern route is open all year and closely follows the original Old Natchez Trace, a trail used for centuries by Native Americans and early settlers. Sections of this historic path can still be accessed at various points along this massive parkway. History buffs can also marvel at many other attractions found off the Natchez Trace Parkway, including the Chickasaw Village archaeological site, the Cemetery at Rocky Springs, and the prehistoric Emerald Mound.

The Natchez Trace Parkway can be accessed via Interstate 20 or Interstate 55 in the Jackson area. You can hop in your car and drive down the parkway or try a different mode of transportation. Cycling is extremely popular along the hundreds of miles covered by this road, while hiking and horseback riding are also common. No matter how you choose to explore, the end result will be an unforgettable journey through the Southeastern United States.