Tom Bevil Trail

Lake Guntersville State Park

Birdwatching
Hiking
Mountain Biking
Walking
Wheelchair Accessible
Stroller Friendly
Restrooms
Primitive Tent Camping
Picnic Tables
Drinking Water
Dogs Allowed
RV Camping
Tent Camping
Cabins
Benches

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Tom Bevill Trail is a loop that runs a little over 3 miles around Ellenburg Mountain in Lake Guntersville State Park. There are some challenging climbs, switchbacks, and great views. This is a moderate trail for hikers and bikers. You will encounter quite a few roots and technical areas, but has a great downhill on the back side of the mountain descending to the intersection with Cave Trail.

The longest section of trail with no intersection is between the main connector to HWY 227 at the Park Office and the Cave Trail,  at 2 miles. This section has excellent vistas of Lake Guntersville. There are several climbs and two switchbacks, but most of the trail is relatively smooth.

Courtesy: Alabama State Parks


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Driving Direction/GPS
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Tom Bevil Trail | Trail length: 3.2 miles | Latitude: 34.394072 | Longitude: -86.204197 | Nearest Cities: Guntersville


Activities Available: Birding | Hiking | Mountain Biking | 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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