Cane Creek Canyon Nature Preserve is a 6.2 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Tuscumbia, Alabama that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from February until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail.
Privately owned scenic natural area open to the public at no charge. A cooperative project with The Nature Conservancy of Alabama.
Highly recommend this trail. First time here. Family of six plus 1 four legged member. There is plenty to see and do. The cliff was breath taking. There is a nice waterfall. Our family favorite was the rock cave. Trails are nicely marked. Several places for fresh water fill ups and restrooms. We will be back!
We loved this place! The trails were great and they were marked well. Although most of the hike was fairly easy there were several challenging places. The couple that own the property was super friendly and very helpful. And there were also rest stops along the trails with a picnic tables, garbage cans, and clean restrooms. We will definitely be back!
Wonderful Hike! Me and my dog Rudder really enjoyed this place. Very dog friendly and he loved the freedom without a leash! I will be back with my son!
Took my Family. We loved this trail! Great scenery,if needed they have restrooms on trail and rest areas with fresh drinking water. We'll definitely be back
What a wonderful place!
We spent a perfect Autumn Saturday at Cane Creek Canyon. Kids loved it! Dog liked it for the most part!
So impressed with the trail, but also with the hosts! They go out of their way to insure everyone has a positive experience. There are large coolers of ice water located throughout the trail. They offer hiking sticks and give plenty of advice and ideas about trails to try. Highly recommend!
This is a fabulous hiking area. The landowners are incredibly kind and generous. There were several restrooms stationed along the trails as well as coolers of water. The view from the point is just as good, if not better, than some of the views I've had from cabins in Gatlinburg. The trail is pretty steep in some areas.
I love this trail...beautiful!
Great!!! Awesome waterfall!!!
The best place to hike in North Alabama!
Super well-maintained with useful maps provided! Do plan to return.
Note: if following the address provided on the website (251 Loop Road), it will take you to the wrong place, as there are two Loop Roads in Colbert Heights. Download the AllTrails app and get directions from Google maps.