Hiking in the Cache River Watershed
Cache River State Natural Area
There are more than 18 miles of designated foot trails within the Cache River State Natural Area. Other than Little Black Slough Trail and Tupelo Trail, which are considered moderate in difficulty, the trails are easy to walk. A 5-mile segment of the 45-mile-long Tunnel Hill State Trail passes through the region, providing expanded opportunities for hikers and cyclists. Paralleling the Karnak-Belknap Road on its northern side, the Tunnel Hill Trail links Little Black Slough, the Lower Cache unit and the Henry N. Barkhausen Cache River Wetlands Center. Trail length is based on round trip distances.
Cypress Creek NWR
Cypress Creek NWR offers easy hiking trails at Hickory Bottoms Access and Limekiln Springs.