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Camp Whispering Pines

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A network of nature trails wind along with the camp’s Indian Creek. The trail starts on a piney ridge and drops down to hardwoods. A popular addition to the trail includes an adventurous creek crossing that leads to the Tangipahoa River. The accompanying interpretative trail guide may be partially downloaded by clicking here (1.7MB – To view this guide, downloading it to your computer is recommended. You can do this by right-clicking on the link and choosing “Save Target As…” from the menu.).

Longleaf TrailThe longleaf trail starts on a piney ridge with round metal markers. The trail leads to the numbered nature trail.

Trail and Indian CreekAs you follow the numbered nature trail you begin to follow Indian Creek as it flows toward the river.

Swinging BridgeThe girl’s favorite activity on the Nature Trail is to cross this bridge as they head to the river. No more than two people are allowed on the bridge at one time!

Lower TrailAs girls return back to the main camp they enjoy the lower (ABC) trail with its deciduous forest.

Bridge on the Lower TrailThe lower trail crosses Indian Creek two more times with wooden bridges.

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