Lake Wilmore Trail is a 1.8 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Auburn, Alabama that offers the chance to see wildlife. The trail is good for all skill levels and primarily used for hiking, trail running, and mountain biking. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
This trail is a beginner trail that is 2.5 miles long. It is a rolling type trail with some rock and log options the trail is now open and is being maintained by AORBA. If you are beginning it is worth checking out.
Fun, easy trail in town. Hiked it with my 6 year old and he had no problem with it.
It was really good, besides the tick issue after but hey it's in the woods! Can't complain :)
This is a very pleasant trail, lots of walking for such a small area. Flat terrain make it easy for anyone wanting to just get out and walk. the drop pin on the map is confusing and miss placed, drive on up the road and turn onto the schools drive and go straight to the end on the lane. The school is on the right and the trail is on the left. looking at peoples tracks on this ap always helps as well.
It's helpful to know that the park entrance is at Ogletree Elementary on Ogletree Road.
I couldn't find it.... GPS took me to different streets but saw no where to the trail entry
Super easy hike. Thursday feb. Afternoon, had the trail to ourselves.
Nice little trail to run laps. I run this trail at least once a week after work and rarely encounter another runner or biker which is nice if you like to crank up your Ipod like I do.
Quick little loop with directional guidance depending on the day of week. Not too much elevation change at all on this one but there are some "challenge" areas to ride if you get bored......which you will. I will say it seems to be very well maintained. All in all I like to ride it, especially at night.
Well maintained, Tight switchbacks, 2 miles, gotta plan on doing laps to burn any energy
went last week. It's really nice and well maintained. Looks VERY pretty right now in the fall. Fairly easy.