Natchez Trace Parkway Location: Mississippi, Alabama, Tennessee Length: 444 miles Recommended drive time: Two days Scenery: Winding from Nashville to Natchez in southern Mississippi, the Natchez Trace Parkway, a unit of the National Park Service, passes through postcard-perfect landscapes including cypress swamps, forests, hills, rivers and farmland with several historical detours to keep Civil War buffs well satisfied. Biking, hiking and swimmin’ hole-hunting opportunities abound.
The Natchez Trace Parkway is a 444-mile drive through exceptional scenery and 10,000 years of North American history. The milepost system starts in the south, at Natchez, Mississippi, being Milepost 0, and the north end of the Parkway, near Nashville is Milepost 444. #nashvillelove #natcheztrace
You'll find beautiful scenery on the Natchez Trace in Mississippi. This 444 mile parkway, administered by the National Park System, travels through 10,000 years of history in Tennessee, Alabama and Mississippi.