Tornado Loop Trail at Lake Lurleen State Park

Lake Lurleen State Park

Birdwatching
Fishing
Hiking
Mountain Biking
Paddling
Walking
Wheelchair Accessible
Stroller Friendly
Restrooms
Picnic Tables
Education Center
Drinking Water
Dogs Allowed
Camping with water and Electric hookups
RV Camping
Tent Camping
Benches

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This optional 2.3-mile loop splits off from Tashka Trail approximately 8.7 miles from the South Trailhead (traveling in a clockwise direction), and approximately 2.4 miles from the North Trailhead (traveling counterclockwise). This loop takes you through the path of destruction left by tornadoes spawned by Hurricane Rita in 2005.

The park features more than 23 miles of multi-use trails ranging from easy to moderate in difficulty. The trails hug the shoreline of Lake Lurleen and are open to both hikers and mountain bikers. The park also features a Nature Center, fishing, meeting facilities, paddleboats, swimming and a beach.

The Tashka Trail System totals approximately 23.47 miles of trails comprised on one main trail with five loops off of the main trail. This system has only two trail heads (north and south) to access the trails.

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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Tornado Loop Trail at Lake Lurleen State Park | Trail length: 2.3 miles | Latitude: 33.295527 | Longitude: -87.677877 | 205-339-1558 Nearest Cities: Coker


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

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