This is a great, free trail for anyone. It leads down to the beach and has plenty of side trails for those who wish to explore. Plus, it's dog friendly. They are currently repairing some boardwalks and piers, so some places are cut off from the public. I will return to this trail. Great activity for the day.

hiking
1 month ago

The main trail is very easy and large enough for city workers to drive their trucks in for maintenance. Once u are down the trail a little ways, you definitely do not feel like you are in the middle of the city. There are a few side trails that take you to an old, beautiful, really huge live oak. another trail takes you to an old cemetary the boy scouts have cleaned up and marked the graves. Another trail is a pretty nature walk through the woods. These side trails are more narrow then the main trail. once you get to the Bay, the pier on the beach is all busted and you cannot walk out on it but it is definitely beautifuland secluded and worth the walk. I took my dog on the trail with me and he loved it.

Great little trail for kids and pets. There is a good small nature trail right off the cemetery that not many people realize is there. It will take you back to the main pavilion by old 98 or vice versa. Good walking trail.

Great walk in the woods in the middle of the city. Easy trail with some interesting historic spots along the way.

Really nice trail especially during a sunset!

Such a wonderful place!

on Eastern Shore Trail

walking
Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Great little trail!

hiking
Saturday, June 03, 2017

Good trails. Very short. Well maintained.

hiking
Monday, February 20, 2017

Beautiful little trail in the Daphne/Fairhope area. It supposed to be a multi terrain trail of about 23 miles. We only did a small portion that lead to a beach area. There was a historic graveyard shortly after starting the trail. Their were Champion Trees everywhere with little plaques to identify them by. It was an easy trail. There was a section that was covered in poison ivy, BUT it was identified wit ha little sign that let the hiker/walker know this. A little further down this trail was a magnificent oak tree. It was a champion tree but I don't recall what type it was. There was a board walk built around it. There were several picnic areas to stop at to have a bit to eat. The trail was well maintained and several other families were on it as well.

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3 months ago

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on Eastern Shore Trail

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7 months ago

on Eastern Shore Trail

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Sunday, October 08, 2017

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Sunday, August 06, 2017

Saturday, March 25, 2017

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Tuesday, February 28, 2017