Harmony Farm offers visitors a cozy bed & breakfast style environment with all the amenities of home nestled in a tranquil environment far from the complexities of urban life. But if you’re hearing the call of the wild and want to experience the great outdoors the National Park Service provides three campgrounds along the Natchez Trace to satisfy your desire to get back to nature:

Jeff Busby Campground

Located in Ackerman, Mississippi and nestled among the scenic Jeff Busby Park, this site is home to some of the most beautiful views along the Natchez Trace. On a clear day you can see twelve miles in any direction including Little Mountain in the distance—a well known spot for hikers and explorers. Jeff Busby is also home to the Little Mountain trail, a maintenance area, picnic spot and multiple restrooms. The site is available for tent and RV campers and is first come, first serve so hit the trails early to ensure your spot in this beautiful park.

Rocky Springs Campground

The Rocky Springs campsite is arguably the most fascinating and mysterious sites along the Natchez Trace. Set against the ghost town of Rocky Springs, Mississippi, this site includes a campfire circle where campers can gather around to share stories—spooky or otherwise—against the backdrop of this historical site. The site also has multiple walking trails, three parking areas, restrooms and picnic areas. Little Sand creek cuts through the site for those who want dinner to be the catch of the day!

Meriwether Lewis Campground

Boasting one of American history’s most historic sites along the Trace, this campground is home to the gravesite and monument to famous explorer Meriwether Lewis. There are exhibits and sites of interest galore to satisfy any history buff, and foot trails and overlooks for those who enjoy spending time in the outdoors. There is even a wheelchair accessible trail for those who want to visit the Meriwether Lewis monument and grave. This campground also includes restrooms and a maintenance area we well as picnic spots.

For more information on these sites and the National Park Service in Missisissippi visit nps.gov.