Forever Wild Nature Trail is a 3.9 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Spanish Fort, Alabama and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, trail running, and mountain biking. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Distance: 3.9 miles Elevation Gain: 213 feet Route Type: Loop

dogs on leash

kid friendly

hiking

mountain biking

running

hiking
8 months ago

Great views and alot of history at this park. Ranger was very helpful. Easy hike for the whole family.

hiking
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Sun Apr 28 2019

Mon Feb 11 2019

This trail is in Blakeley State Park. It cost $4 for adults and $3 for kids to get in. Overall it’s a decent trail. And once your in the Park there are more trail options. Also make sure to check out the Boardwalk area of the park.

Mon Jan 14 2019

Very nice.

hiking
Fri Feb 02 2018

Well kept trail. I usually combine this with other trails and do about 5 miles. Beautiful South Alabama forests! However, the trailhead is not exactly where the map says it is. The first part of what is shown is a road and the trailhead begins at the end of the road.

running
Mon Dec 04 2017

great trail ..well kept

running
Wed Nov 22 2017

hiking
Thu Nov 02 2017

running
Tue Oct 24 2017

Very nice trail. Many more to chose from in the park. The ranger said about 26-28 miles total in park.

Sun Mar 05 2017

Nice trails. The Jacque Pate trail is pretty awesome.

hiking
Fri Mar 03 2017

This is the first southern hike I've done, and it definitely didn't disappoint. There are a ton of different routes in this area. Many different historic sites to check out, and lots of information on the native plants and animals available throughout the trail. Very pretty too!

hiking
Fri Feb 24 2017

This was a really nice trail. The only negative is that it cost $4 per adult and $3 per child to take the trails.

hiking
Sun Feb 19 2017

Decent trail! Well maintained compared to trails in the area.

running
Mon Oct 24 2016

Easy trail with a few technical ones here and there - mixes with dirt roads - hard to get lost - best trail runs anywhere near mobile - I always park right at this trail head where the attached directions take you - it is 4 dollars per person to enter the state park

hiking
Sun Apr 17 2016

Great scenery. Hard to get lost, as one trail will lead you to the next and eventually out. Tried multiple different routes. Very nice place.

Sun Apr 10 2016

Great hike, scenic and historical

hiking
Sun Mar 13 2016

This was a great trail with some relatively steep inclines for the area, some great views and lots of variety. Site allows primitive camping and open air cabins for rent as well. Only drawback is the flooding in the lowlands makes it difficult to cross, unless you want to get extremely muddy, so we turned back and took an alternate path to complete our hike. All in all, a great site! Will go again.

Thu Sep 17 2015

This is an easy trail with lots to see. There's a spring feed creek. A wet lands area with a rustic Boardwalk. Look for the giant magnolia tree. It is a special type of magnolia that is indigenous to the local area.

running
Fri Jul 17 2015

Beautiful and so serene!

Sun Apr 26 2015

Great trail. As a boardwalk area over the marsh and a crystal clear spring fed creek along the way. Look for the giant magnolia trees. They are a beautiful species of the common ones we are all use to seeing.

mountain biking
Thu May 30 2013

Great trail, multiple different directions you can go in. Very clean, saw no trash at all.

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Sat Mar 23 2019

Sun Jan 06 2019

Mon Mar 05 2018

Mon Feb 26 2018

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