The path intertwines with the DeSoto National Forest and features a beautiful lake, abandoned railroad tracks, and beautiful vegetation. Also, if you enjoy traveling with your dog, don’t leave your furry companion at home! The Tuxachanie Trail, as well as its campgrounds, are all pet-friendly.The trail can be accessed from three different trailheads, where parking is available: on the trail’s western end off US 49 north of Saucier (look for the rows of live oaks), mid-trail at the Airey Lake Recreation Area (off County Road 412/Airey Tower Road), and at the P.O.W. Lake Recreation Area at the eastern terminus of the trail.From Wiggins: Travel south on US 49. The primary trailhead is located 2.5 miles north of Saucier, on the east side of US 49.While this trail is designated for foot travel only, there is a short section that is used in conjunction with the Big Foot Horse Trail. No motorized vehicles are allowed. Fishing is permitted mid-trail at the Airey Lake Recreation Area and at the P.O.W. Lake Recreation Area at the trail’s eastern end.