Explore the most popular no dogs trails in Alabama with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

Nice trail thru the woods. 8 foot wide trail of crushed rock. Very flat. Good for seniors

I have lived near this area my whole life and never knew this fantastic trail existed

walking
9 days ago

I had a wonder walk around the lake and will definitely stop back by next time I'm in the area and want to stretch my legs

This is Phenix City Alabama's best park and a great trail for the whole family

Easy nature trail walk that's wheelchair accessible.

nice loop trail that takes you by Blue Spring and along the Yellow River for a short piece... nice scenery and well marked trails and maintained pretty good...

We had a great time. Should’ve brought our trekking poles though.

great walk

The Conecuh Trail South Loop is an easy 8 mile loop that takes you through part of the Conecuh National Forest. The trail is well marked and easy to navigate. The eastern end of the trail takes you by the Blue Spring and runs along a creek for a short ways.

June through August is hot with bugs, so bug spray and water are a good idea.

Great trail to ride bikes on. A lot of small rocks on climbs though. Next time I go I’m checking the weather, me and my friend got stuck on the mountain in a thunder and lightning storm with 10 miles to get back to the car. But away from personal error it’s a great trail

This is a beautiful park and would be great to take your children for a walk around and very educational. Any place that has a live alligator is worth 4 stars

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..

Very easy trail until the last 1/4 mile or so, then you are walking through beach sand the rest of the way. Totally worth it thought because you end at a stretch of beach that is mostly deserted. Great place to visit if you are in the Gulf Shores area and want to escape the crowded public beaches.

Kid friendly, no dogs. Beautiful scenery and you end up at the beach! One of my favorites. When I take my little one, this is usually where we go.

Awesome place!

Great ADA compliant and family friendly trail that is a mix of gravel and hardwood. Travels through a maritime forest then to a more coastal area alongside Little Lagoon. The trail is actually a little shorter than a mile.

hiking
5 months ago

There was no sign with map of Trails or Destination Points. We walked down gravel road a ways and turned around.

I hiked the Jeff Friend Trail and part of the Pine Beach trail via the Centennial connector trail. The Jeff Friend loop and part of the Pine Beach trail are well maintained with great views of Little Lagoon and Gator Lake. The Centennial trail connector has some overgrown areas and in need of maintenance on some of the boardwalks. All of the trails have good interpretive and directional signage throughout.

First to say is if not for Gaia gps that I downloaded before I left, my son and I would have gotten very lost. The trail from the TH on to nubbins Creek intersection was difficult from a couple reasons.
1. too many fallen trees over the trail / ZERO maintenance.
2. zero markers.. That was my number 1 complaint.
3. Trying to bushwack up a very Rocky mountain where the grasses had overtaken the trail in spots, plus the fact that most of the trail was on rocks and boulders.

I am most Definitely not knocking the trail in itself because the beauty of the huge glacier boulders was spectacular sitting atop a mountain peak!!
I will say the high falls itself is worth a day trip to enhance the beauty and is only about 100 yards in off the TH parking area. My Son and I thoroughly enjoyed the quality time we spent backpacking the entire loop of the chinnabee silent trail then back around the skyway trail. I'l
I'll chat about anything related to the outdoors and backpacking.
Ken

Can somebody please pick up my leather belt and t shirt I left hanging on a tree on top of Robinson Mountain. :)

date was July 4th

hiking
6 months ago

Wasn’t sure what I was getting into but through the woods through sand dunes you pop out at your own beach.. crystal clear water and to top it all off..dolphins swim just off the shore!!! This was a great hike and gets you away from the crowds of people in gulf shores!!

hiking
6 months ago

Nothing to see here but the waterfalls towards the beginning of the trail. Just wooded and flat areas with a few primitive campsites beyond the falls. If you do decide to trek out further, wear pants! The overgrown grass will slice and prick your legs. There were a few steep inclines and we traversed across rocks in the water at one point, which was not difficult because the water was low. There were stairs near the waterfalls, but some were uneven and loose. The trail is also not well marked. Be careful: we came upon a snake on the trail. It quickly slithered away, but it was a good reminder for us to look before we took a step. Over all, not a difficult trail but also not worth a second trip.

Beautiful waterfall nice hike

hiking
7 months ago

Hiked this morning. Easy trail till you get to the sand dunes. Ditch the footwear and walk barefoot to the beach unless you want to throw sand everywhere.

The trail is nice and the waterfall is beautiful. The only reason I gave this trail three stars is because of its “caves.” My husband and I love exploring caves and were super excited to learn that there were some in the area. Unless we totally missed something, the only caves along the upper portion of this trail are rock overhangs. They are not really caves with passages. If you want an intense hike leading to a beautiful waterfall, go for it! If you’re visiting just for the “caves,” you might disappointed.

Loved this trail. I stayed on the black creek trail and the trees and flowers were blooming. Very pretty and relaxing.

hiking
9 months ago

We did a ruck here with our crossfit buddies & it was a blast! Heavy backpacks made this trail a little more strenuous. Very pretty easy trail to the beach!

First of all, this is a canoe trail. You get there by boat, kayak, or canoe. Second, the actual trailhead is not marked well but a novice can still find it. No need for sunscreen because you are under a beautiful canopy of delta lands most of the trip. The two Indian mounds are quite more than a bump but rather large mounds covered in a centuries worth of large growth. Beautiful trail through the Mobile delta. I would recommend. Just be forewarned, you will be in nature in its natural form. There are alligators, snakes, among other wildlife but that’s the point isn’t it?

I'm sure the trail is fine however the dead body found in the lake three weeks ago might disagree. PLEASE research area before deciding to wander in looking for a nice walk. Few months ago a lady was shot in the leg a few blocks away at 10:30 AM. Research for yourself before going.

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