Lick Skillet

Birdwatching
Hiking
Walking
Wheelchair Accessible
Stroller Friendly
Restrooms
Primitive Tent Camping
Picnic Tables
Drinking Water
Dogs Allowed
Camping with water and Electric hookups
RV Camping
Tent Camping
Cabins
Benches

This trail connects the campground to Town Creek and follows an old Indian path dating back to the early 1800’s when Cherokee Indians inhabited the region. The trail comes out on Highway 227 just before the Town Creek Bridge, crossing the main park road and a service road. Large beech trees, spring wildflowers, and beautiful fall foliage make this trail a treat year-round. Add mileage to this trail by taking a loop from the campground to the Meredith Trail to the Seale Trail and winding back up in the campground, for a total of 4 miles. This path is Moderate. Courtesy: Alabama State Parks


Water
Snacks/Food
Trail Map
Driving Direction/GPS
Insect Repellent
Hiking Shoes
Rain Gear
Compass
Sunscreen
Lip Balm
First Aid Kit
Emergency Contact Info
Driving Directions/GPS
Flashlight

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Lick Skillet | Trail length: 1.6 miles | Latitude: 34.399409 | Longitude: -86.193185 | Nearest Cities: Guntersville


Activities Available: Birding | Hiking | Trail Running | Walking
Amenities Available: Benches | Cabins | Camping | Camping (RV) | Camping (Tent w/ water & power) | Dogs Allowed | Drinking Water | Picnic Tables | Primitive Camping | Restrooms | Stroller Friendly | Wheelchair Accessible

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