Beaver Lodge Trail begins at Choctaw Lake and is mostly flat, making it a good beginning trail for novice riders. It runs through bottomland hardwoods as well as pines, and passes beaver dams on the Noxubee River. The trail offers a nice view of the beavers’ work from bluffs a bove the river as well as from water’s edge.
Leave no trace. Bikers stay off when the trails are wet. Avoid rutting the trail, which leads to erosion.
Control your bicycle. Stay in control of your bike, and yield to hikers on the trail.
Plan ahead. Carry everything you need for a good ride, including things like a spare tube, a pump, and basic tools. Be sure to carry plenty of water. If possible, take along a cellular telephone with you in case you need assistance, along with the local Ranger District’s phone number and local emergency phone number.