The trail is considered an easy trail with gentle or no grade.

Blackwater Creek Blueway – AL Hwy 69 to US Hwy 78

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If traveling north on AL 69, turn left on a paved roadway that dead-ends into parking area for the access point (about 1/4 of a mile). Parking for cars/trucks on left side and space for one to two trailers on the right. A steep but stable gravel path down to Blackwater Creek (~200 ft from […]

Disney Lake / Cane Creek & Mulberry Fork

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Turn right off Massachusetts Ave onto a gravel road ~250ft to the gravel parking area. Plenty of parking for trailers, trucks and cars. There are two accessible parking spaces located near a public restroom. Concrete sidewalk next to a slightly sloping boat ramp to Cane Creek. There is a 40ftx8ft wooden pier at the end […]

Wilderness Park and Bamboo Forest

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Wilderness Park 800 Upper Kingston Rd Prattville, AL 36067 Hidden away in Wilderness Park, located in Prattville, is a beautiful bamboo forest that was once used by the U.S. military during the Vietnam era. And in 1982, it became the first park of its kind developed inside city limits in the United States. Many areas […]

Lagoon Park Trails

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Lagoon Park Trails offers over six miles of natural surface single- and double-track trails for walking, hiking, trail running, mountain biking, birding, and fishing.  The trails meander across open meadows, along creeks, lagoons, and a 7-acre beaver pond,  through hardwood forest and pine flats.  An additional 1.5 miles of trail will be completed by September, […]

Conecuh National Forest Open Pond Trail

The Conecuh National Forest is the southern-most national forest in Alabama, encompassing 84,000 acres between Andalusia, Alabama, and the Florida line. This public-land jewel supports prime examples of habitats and associated species found in natural ecosystems of the lower coastal plain. Prime among these habitats are upland longleaf pine forest and shallow ponds and bogs […]

Hurricane Ridge Trail

Seven trails among six distinct ecosystems make up more than 15 miles of the Hugh S. Branyon Backcountry Trail complex through Orange Beach, Gulf Shores, Alabama and the Gulf State Park. Explore the timeless beauty of the Butterfly Garden, the mystical Freshwater Marshes and the Coastal Hardwood Swamps. Catch a glimpse of a Bobcat on […]

Conecuh National Forest Blue Lake Trail

The Conecuh National Forest is the southern-most national forest in Alabama, encompassing 84,000 acres between Andalusia, Alabama, and the Florida line. This public-land jewel supports prime examples of habitats and associated species found in natural ecosystems of the lower coastal plain. Prime among these habitats are upland longleaf pine forest and shallow ponds and bogs […]

Conecuh National Forest Five Runs Loop Trail

The Conecuh National Forest is the southern-most national forest in Alabama, encompassing 84,000 acres between Andalusia, Alabama, and the Florida line. This public-land jewel supports prime examples of habitats and associated species found in natural ecosystems of the lower coastal plain. Prime among these habitats are upland longleaf pine forest and shallow ponds and bogs […]

Bobcat Branch Trail

Seven trails among six distinct ecosystems make up more than 15 miles of the Hugh S. Branyon Backcountry Trail complex through Orange Beach, Gulf Shores, Alabama and the Gulf State Park. Explore the timeless beauty of the Butterfly Garden, the mystical Freshwater Marshes and the Coastal Hardwood Swamps. Catch a glimpse of a Bobcat on […]

Tallow Trail

Seven trails among six distinct ecosystems make up more than 15 miles of the Hugh S. Branyon Backcountry Trail complex through Orange Beach, Gulf Shores, Alabama and the Gulf State Park. Explore the timeless beauty of the Butterfly Garden, the mystical Freshwater Marshes and the Coastal Hardwood Swamps. Catch a glimpse of a Bobcat on […]

Alligator Marsh Trail/Bear Creek Trail

Seven trails among six distinct ecosystems make up more than 15 miles of the Hugh S. Branyon Backcountry Trail complex through Orange Beach, Gulf Shores, Alabama and the Gulf State Park. Explore the timeless beauty of the Butterfly Garden, the mystical Freshwater Marshes and the Coastal Hardwood Swamps. Catch a glimpse of a Bobcat on […]

The Pines Trail

The Wehle Tract is typically open the first and third weekend of each month, unless the weekend is near a major holiday, providing opportunities for hiking, camping, fishing, canoeing, bird watching and horseback riding. The Wehle Tract is closed the months of August, December, and January. RV water and electrical hook ups are available on […]