Tickfaw State Park Trails
   

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Gum Cypress Trail
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The park has a nice trail system that takes you through the swamps and over the bayous. Have fun bird watching and seeing other animals in the wild. Bring your camera and get some great pictures.

Gum Cypress Trail -- 1/2 mile (ADA accessible)
Pine Hardwood Trail -- 1/2 mile
River Overlook/Bottomland Hardwood Trail -- 3/4 mile
River Trail -- 3 miles






  • These bayous are perfect for a canoe trip. The water is shallow, maybe 2 to 3 feet deep. During the rainy season the water can come over the banks and sometimes the water covers large areas of the park. This is one of the reasons the trails are elevated. Bing your fishing pole and you may catch a nice bass or two. Make sure you get a freshwater fishing license because it is required.