Perdido Bayou Trail is a 5.9 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Pensacola, Florida that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and birding and is accessible year-round.
Vehicles $3 Walk-in/Bikes $2
Beautiful, easy trail. Enjoyed the solitude of a scenic lunch at the point watching osprey dive for fish.
The portion of the trail I went to was labeled "Tarkin Bayou Preserve. It was $3 just to park there. The longer portion of the trail wasn't maintained well (flooded in several areas, ruts). Pretty but not worth $3 in my humble opinion.
it was very fun. saw deer tracks and raccoon tracks. very awesome. Definitely gonna do it again.
great day hike, takes you out to a point that is beach and ocean. it does loop as long on you ver to the right going back toward the parking area. some tall grass, nothing crazy but it is a nice option versus the out & back on same trail.
Did some geocaching and biking. A portion of the 5.9 trail is clearly defined. The second part of the loop has not been cut in a while. Used Garmin along the trail. Some very sandy areas. Over all beautiful area with water views.
easy hike absolutely beautiful
The trail that takes you to the lake is okay but we tried to do one of the long hikes but ran into knee high grass for about half a mile before we turned around. They need to maintain the trails better, I'm not trying to step on snakes!
trail is kept up and has plenty of shade for this hot weather.
Awesome and clean