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Staff not helpful - no trail head marked - looks like you just park and walk in the roads. This is what I did - there are tons of campsites and friendly people but the marked trail is the road you share with cars - was told it’s 5 miles but not convinced as I was too uncomfortable competing for space with trucks and campers

Five dollars per person admission is steep to just walk around on a road. Supposedly there are hiking trails across the creek that you can walk on, but none of the employees working have been on them. We saw a bridle crossing, so they are probably just riding trails.

To be fair, there is fishing, camping and tubing available, but the hiking is not recommended.

Friday, October 06, 2017

We love this park for camping and hiking, it has re-opened, and the Bell/CCC trail and the Gazebo trail are both opened and being groomed and revised for maximum use and enjoyment. Yellow blazes mark the Gazebo trail and it is NOT just on the road, although part of it is at present. Red bells and yellow blazes mark the CCC/Bell trails on the other side of the lake. Come explore this GEM in Alabama.

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Monday, February 20, 2017

We went with some friends who raved about this park. FYI it does cost $2 per person to enter the park.
The trail was a dirt road all the way up to the Gazebo. The Gazebo was pretty neat. We stayed there for about an hour or two. Ate lunch, stayed in hammocks and relaxed. I wasn't impressed with the trail very much as it was as mentioned before, a dirt road, but other than that the Gazebo was nice. When you get back to the main area it was pretty where all the water was. There was a little trail going across the water on the opposite side of the dam that was pretty.

Nice place, great views. Trails not clearly marked as we never found the trails on this site. Employees could not identify the trails for us. Will go back as area was very nice.

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Tuesday, August 31, 2010

you may want to check this trail out at Little River State Park. There is talk of the park being closed in October. Pine Savannah, so beautiful, and so many birds. The walk is light to moderate and well maintained. An Easy walk for the entire family with a gazebo to have lunch and enjoy the view.

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Saturday, April 13, 2013