Scottsboro City Park Walking Trail

Scottsboro Municipal Park

Birdwatching
Hiking
Walking
Picnic Tables
Dogs Allowed
Benches

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The Scottsboro City Park Walking Trail is located on an 18 acre public park facility owned by the City of Scottsboro. The one way trail is a mile long and 6 feet wide. It winds along the shores of the Tennessee River/Guntersville Lake. It offers daily visitors an opportunity to exercise and enjoy the scenic and quiet beauty of the area. Picnic benches are located partially along the way and convenient to parking. Trail head parking makes the trail convenient for a leisurely walk or more vigorous run. The trail was constructed in 2003 with an addition in 2006, both with Recreational Trails Program grants. Courtesy: American Trails

 

Scottsboro City Park is located in the southern portion of Scottsboro. The facilities include two boat ramps, picnic tables with barbeque grills, two fishing piers and a pavilion. The park is located on Lake Guntersville in the Roseberry Creek area. It is available for use daily from 4:00 a.m. until 10:00 p.m. Courtesy: City of Scottsboro

 


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Driving Direction/GPS
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Rain Gear
Compass
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Lip Balm
First Aid Kit
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Scottsboro City Park Walking Trail | Trail length: 1 miles | Latitude: 34.617963 | Longitude: -86.039452 | Nearest Cities: Scottsboro


Activities Available: Birding | Hiking | Trail Running | Walking
Amenities Available: Benches | Dogs Allowed | Picnic Tables

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