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Mid-South Trails Association
P O Box 22687
Memphis, TN 38122

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Slide Show of Some MSTA Trail Projects

Mid-South Trails Association represents off road cycling as a healthy outdoor recreational activity.

MSTA partners with land managers to assist in creating, maintaining,
improving, and expanding multi-use natural surface trails under their

MSTA has a working relationship with
Shelby Farms Park Conservancy,
TWRA Herb Parsons Lake,
Bartlett, TN Parks Department (Nesbit Park - Stanky Creek),
City of Lakeland, TN (I. H. Managerial Park).

Our Mission

Mid-South Trails Association is 100% supported by membership dues and donations.

Upgrade your car or truck with a "Share the Road"
cycling license plate.
In Tennessee see your county clerk office.
In Mississippi see your local tag office.

TN plate benefits the
Jeff Roth Cycling Foundation.

MS plate benefits
Bike Walk Mississippi.

Support MSTA when you shop.
As a 501(c)(3) organization MSTA qualifies for the Kroger Community Rewards program. Go to this link to register your Kroger Plus card to benefit MSTA.
MSTA's NPO number is 51894.
Cards must be relinked each January.

Mid-South Trails Association is a
Tennessee non-profit public benefit corporation and
is recognized by the IRS as a 501(c)(3) organization.
Donations are tax deductable to the extent law allows.
MSTA is now approved for corporate matching of donations
by GlobalGiving and Benevity charity management.

Worked with the Shelby Farms Park Conservancy to end the bicycle restriction in the Lucius Burch Natural Area which opened the all of WRT.
Successfully challenged implementation of very expensive TWRA High Impact License fees at Herb Parsons Lake Trails.
Convinced the Wolf River Conservancy to change the route of their boardwalk through the LBNA saving the original blue trail route.

MSTA Major Accomplishments