Shockaloe Trail


Horse riders conversing in the forest

The Shockaloe Trail is a nationally recognized trail and is listed in the National Register of Trails. A trip along the trail allows the rider or hiker to view more than 60 years of forest management practices in the area. Some notable items of interest are: sound timber and prescribed fire management practices, superior trees,  flatland hardwoods, wildlife openings and watering holes,and endangered species.  There are two base camps (Base Camp I & Base Camp II), each has a pavilion and an open area for parking . Have at least two adults in your party. Park trucks and trailers in spaces provided. Keep all facilities clean. Carry first aid supplies with each party. Be careful crossing roads. No public telephones available. In case of emergency, contact Scott County Sheriff's Office (601-469-1511). Wearing orange/bright colored clothing during deer hunting season is recommended.

At a Glance

Fees Price Per Day:$7.00 camping (this includes use of the trail)
Restrictions: No alcoholic beverages allowed. No ATV's allowed on trail. Camping limit of 14 days.
Water: Drinking

General Information

Directions: The Shockaloe Trail is located on the Bienville National Forest between Forest and Morton just north of U.S. Highway 80. Base Camp I is located ΒΌ mile north of U.S. Hwy 80 on Forest Service Road 513. Base Camp II is located approximately five miles further north on Forest Service Road 513.



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Camping & Cabins

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Campground Camping

Camping at Base Camp I only.  No camping at Base Camp II.

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  Area/Length : 
23 miles