The Tombigee National Forest in northeastern Mississippi is rolling hills of pine and hardwood forests intermingled with private farms and woodlots. Lakeside Trail is 2.5 miles and is considered all accessible.
The Tombigbee National Forest is located in northeastern Mississippi. Before the establishment of this forest, much of the land was abandoned farmland with rapidly eroding soils. Its rolling hills are now covered with pine and hardwood forests. They are rich with wildlife and intermingled with private farms and woodlots. National Forest system lands on this forest is scattered across numerous counties.