Weeks Bay Reserve Trail

easy 17 reviews

Weeks Bay Reserve Trail is a 0.7 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Foley, Alabama that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.

Distance: 0.7 miles Elevation Gain: 3 feet Route Type: Out & Back

kid friendly

hiking

nature trips

paddle sports

walking

bird watching

running

beach

views

wild flowers

wildlife

muddy

no dogs

hiking
22 hours ago

Nice easy down and back with a lovely view at the end.

walking
2 months ago

You can only use the trail with dogs. The boardwalk is not allowed. Nice place

hiking
3 months ago

Walked both the trail and the board walk. Both are nice easy walks. The grounds and facility were clean and well kept and the staff there were fantastic. This would be a great place to take kids.

hiking
Thu Aug 30 2018

Out and Back easy 20-30 minute short trail starting from parking lot beside Hwy 98 or parking at Weeks Bay Reserve Center. The main trail leads to small wharf on Weeks Bay water/marsh edge where Pelicans fish the waters. Have seen some patches of poison ivy growing along trail routes so beware if you are susceptible. So far we have not contracted any.. Some work in restoring the area to its natural habitat. Weeks Bay workers always friendly, accommodating and welcoming to us dogs. Also some boggy water areas that look prime habitat for snakes.. We are doing this trail regularly in Winter - early spring on colder days to avoid snakes since we pups can't stay out of the water. That said we have only seen an occasional garden snake..

hiking
Fri Aug 17 2018

Awesome place!

Sun Jun 18 2017

Fun little boardwalk trail.

hiking
Tue Nov 29 2016

Great boardwalk to overlook Weeks Bay. Took my kids, 3 & 5 year olds, and they loved playing with the hermit crabs, seeing the live alligator, and viewing the snakes. Great educational moments happened at this place. They had trails in the wooded area surrounding the boardwalk, but it was too flooded, as it had record breaking rain. It was in August.

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