National Historic Park

Natchez Dog Policy

Natchez National Historic Park is Somewhat Dog Friendly

Natchez National Historic Park preserves the history of people who lived in Natchez, Mississippi from European settlement, African enslavement, to Civil Rights and beyond.

Natchez National Historic Park is somewhat dog friendly. Dogs are not allowed at the visitor center, but they are allowed at Fort Rosalie and at the Forks of the Road site, which was the site of the second largest slave market in the United States. Forks of the Road is a grassy area with free standing exhibits.


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