Picayune State Forest Equestrian Trails

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I don’t know exactly where I was, and I was off the trails, as well as on some pretty unbeaten paths today on my bike.

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A less traveled trail about 100 yards in from the parking area.

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The less traveled trail eventually links up with a N-S main trail along the fenceline.

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Sand is rough going on a bicycle.

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My bike resting at a hitching post.

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As noisy as the bike is, I’m surprised I see any wildlife at all. Both times have been deer, so far.

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Don’t know what the white paint on the trees signify, but I rode around looking for a trail and didn’t find one.

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Vegetation lower than a horse’s belly signals you are on the unbeaten path.

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Major intersection. 4 way stop not required, though.

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Thankfully, there was a Range Rover out and about, which packs the sand down making it more rideable. The horses’ tend to make it pretty unsuitable for biking on, but you do get a workout.

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