The “E. O. Wilson Nature Adventure Trail” is a component of the park with the same name. The park is dedicated to promoting the native species of south Alabama plants, insects, and animals. This nature adventure park, and trail, is located within the city limits of Brewton, Alabama. It borders the historic Burnt Corn Creek, which flows through the city limits of Brewton. The current trail is still in the process of further development, but has already been discovered by both residents and visitors of Brewton.
The trails consist of natural terrain that will be developed for future events and runs. The length of the trail through the park is now 1.8 miles, with plans to expand and join with three other city parks; O’bannon Park, Jennings Park, and the new Joe Gordy Dog park. A major portion of the trail is along the creek with great views of the water.
The parks and trails are open, with no fees to the public. Primitive camping within the E. O. Wilson Nature Adventure park is currently available for scouts and other group outings. On site, full function, bathroom facilities are also available. Pets on leash are welcome in the park and on the trails.
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Activities Available: Birding | Fishing | Hiking | Mountain Biking | Trail Running | WalkingAmenities Available: Camping | Dogs Allowed | Primitive Camping | Restrooms