In 2011, the Historic Pascagoula Bike Trail was established providing residents and visitors with historic tour of the City. Recently, a Bicycle Advisory Committee (BAC) to guide further bike-related development as well as work to enhance and promote biking in Pascagoula. If you would like to join the BAC or more information on the committee, please contact the Outdoor Recreational Specialist, Kristi Ducote, at email@example.com or (228) 938-2356.
Mayor Blevins has officially declared May 2014 Bike Month in the City of Pascagoula. Read the proclamation here: 2014 Bike Month Proclamation
2nd Saturday Bike Rides
Join Singing River Cyclist for an easy-paced ride along the Historic Pascagoula Bike Trail. Cyclists should bring their own bikes and helmets. Meet-up begins at Beach Park (600 City Park Street) at 8:00 am, rides always begin at 8:15 am. These rides are free and open to the public.
Check out the links below for more information on Pascagoula’s bike trail and safety tips:
- Bike Trail Map – The Historic Pascagoula Bike Trail trailhead sign is located at Lighthouse Park on Fredric Street.
- Bicycle Safety Activity Kit was created by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) to provide parents, teachers, and children with tools to learn the important basics of bicycle safety.
- Pascagoula’s Complete Street Policy outlines the City’s commitment to design and implement streets that are safer and accommodating for everyone despite age and choice of transportation. For more information, please visit the National Complete Streets Coalition.
- Among other specifics, Mississippi’s 3 Feet Law stipulates there must be a maintained 3 feet between a vehicle and bicycle when a motorist is passing a cyclist. For more information, please visit BikeWalkMississippi.
Local Bicycling Clubs:
Advocacy and Safety: