This is a neat ride that you can do in a couple of hours. You can start it anywhere, but I suggest that you save Red Bluff (indicated at the green arrow) for the last stop. Don't forget to bring your camera and extra batteries and/or film. There are several places to eat, sufficient gas stations and neat scenery. The roads are curvy but not too challenging and the condition of the road surface is moderate to good, overall.Columbia has a really neat old town square that is centerpieced with a historic old City Hall complete with clock tower. There are also old tyme storefronts that still house thriving businesses. Purvis is a simple, small, country town with a little bit of old and a little bit of new. It is a nice little community with lots of nice people who seem truly happy to be there. Lumberton is in need of some tourist dollars and revitalization, but it has a neat divided main street. It is a good example of what can happen to a town when the main thorofare gets diverted and bypasses it. Going toward Red Bluff along Hwy 98, you'll cross over the mighty Pearl River. While not clear, blue and majestic as the Colorado, it like the Mississippi, has it's own enchantment. There is something to be said for the dark, mystic water and the secrets hidden beneath the surface.Along the way, don't miss the chance to stop in and visit Little Black Creek Water Park. It is a nice campground that has both primitive camping, RV slips and a day use area perfect for stopping and grilling with your riding buddies while visiting all of Strato1900's Mississippi rides!
This is a motorcycle ride in the state of Mississippi. This motorcycle route has 7 scenery characteristics and other road conditions to help you plan your road trip. This motorcycle map was created by Strato1900 in June. Click here to see other Motorcycle Roads by Strato1900