Looking for a great trail near Double Springs, Alabama? AllTrails has 9 great hiking trails, dogs leash trails, forest trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. If you're looking for the best trails around Black Warrior Wildlife Management Area, we've got you covered. Ready for some activity? There are 7 moderate trails in Double Springs ranging from 2.6 to 22.3 miles and from 698 to 980 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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Great trail. The NW river crossing of 209 is very difficult to find. Be careful here. If you see the 206 trail marker you’ve gone too far. The trail crossing is below where all 3 creeks come together to form the Sipsey. 201 begins across the river.

F3 Birmingham Backpacking Trip Overnight Friday - Saturday, 9 Pax. Led by Falco. Started at Randolph Trail Head and went counterclockwise. Hiked half way around loop before stopping around 3:00 pm at Campsite on the water. Out of Booze by 8:00. Next morning on the trail by 8:30 am. Hiked out. Got to trail head by 10:45 am. Great trip with some quotes and jokes to remember... -“...it’s only 6:30?” -“Polar Bear Plunge?” -“You don’t know who Robert Duvall is?” “...Lonesome Dove!!!” -“...Acute Angina” -“I have a torn Labia”

Great trail! GPS worked for the entire trail. The cemetery was historical and of great interest. We hiked this 5 days ago. No problems with ticks or mosquitoes. Very nice and peaceful trail. River crossing twice but was shallow this time of year. Many trees down on the trail.

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washed out
1 month ago

Trail was an easy hike. Children age 2-5 and 11 week old puppy were able to complete. However, it was overcrowded, and there was a bikini photo shoot in progress so you could not get to the waterfall. I give it a 3 star due to way to many people and the photo shoot not wanting to let people down to waterfall.

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1 month ago

This trail is very athletic. Lot of fallen trees to go over it under. We enjoyed it immensely. Very very clean. Only trash we picked up was a shoe insert. Very impressed with with how clean it was. It is not very well marked and there are many side trails so it every easy to get off track. Do not recommend hiking without all trails map or some other gps. The trail itself is not hard the fallen debris is what challenges you

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1 month ago

it was a good trail until I met up with the creek. at the creek I could not find the trail to continue. I was only able to make it about 3 miles in.

beautiful! but hard to find the trail head.

Link to trailhead is wrong on this app taking you to private property. The falls are pretty, not a fun walk to it. Has a pool of water to swim but saw cooperheads. Nice walk up and down the creek...Also, don't be crass, clean up your trash.

This is a beautiful trail despite the logging. A quick hike beginning on a gravel path and ending with a climb down to the falls. The few times I have been there has always been water flowing. Some hills can be strenuous for those not used to hiking on the regular. However, do not let that discourage you. I hiked this trail with my thirty pound two year-old on my back. That brings us to the question of whether you should take your children. ABSOLUTELY!! He had so much fun! There’s a shallow area (knee deep on a two-foot tall kiddo) blocked off by a tree from the deep area. Plenty of non slippery rocks and a refreshing waterfall kept him entertained. Parking is limited to roughly 8-10 cars/ trucks/ SUV’s. Even on a hot summer Sunday, there were only about six cars there. Do not let people scare you away with stories of the sheriff towing. Easiest way to find this trail is to use the coordinates from All Trails on google maps. It will lead you right to the trail head and parking area. Please remember to pack out what you pack in.

on White Falls

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over grown
2 months ago

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bugs
3 months ago

this isn't much of a "hike". just a short walk on a well used trail. water is nice, waterfall is powerful. very shaded, not much for sunning. please take your trash and baby diapers with you. some people have no respect.

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3 months ago

Easy trail. Beautiful waterfall!

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3 months ago

The is an easy hike until you get to the downhill and I would call it moderate. Hiking back out and up is a tough hike but not difficult. The beginning of the hike is now logged and gravel. I was sad to see all the trees gone but understood it was done because of beetle damage. Once you get passed the logged road it’s a great hike and incredible double waterfall. Awesome place for a nap in the hammock or lunch on a large rock. This trail is sometimes busy. Parking is tough.

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private property
3 months ago

DO YOUR RESEARCH- Location is very hard to find off of a gps. If u search “Caney Creek Falls” or “Caney Creek Falls Trails” this sends you to 2 different locations on Private Property and closed off trails. We never made it to the waterfall.

First half of trail is a gravel road. Easy trail until the very end. Nice swimming area at bottom of falls.

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4 months ago

The beginning the trail has little shade due to logging taking place, however there was more shade closer to the waterfall. The waterfall was beautiful, and it was cool to get a view from behind the falls. It was also fun to explore the creek that branches off from it. You can swim in the pool at the bottom of the falls but we didn’t because of a copper head that was patrolling the pool. It was overall a great, beautiful, easy hike with the exception of the steepness of the trail towards the fall. Be prepared for limited parking.

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rocky
4 months ago

Easy hike that is mostly shaded. The trail opens up to the upper falls on the creek. The water was low, which allowed us to cross easily and climb to the other side of the falls. There were rocks surrounding the creek and falls that were slippery. We were able to wade into pool beneath the falls and behind the falls. Over all beautiful! A hidden gem.

My boyfriend and I loved this trail. The river was beautiful. There were some overgrown sections and lots of downed trees (volunteers were working diligently to clear sections). The worst thing about this trail were the ticks. We pulled over 20 off of my dog. I’m at 5 and counting- and that’s with protective clothing. Beautiful trail, but be absolutely sure you check for ticks.

Great out and back. Nothing to be afraid of. A great trail to get your feet wet in the sipsey. Figuratively and literally. Took my 5yo for his first decent out and back. Bout, 8 miles. He had no problem. Great little day out. Nice and level till the decent at the last 800yards. Still not too bad of a downhill. A pleasant and casual romp. Never lost the trail. Would be fine for an amateur or pro level hiker.

My kids and I hiked and camped on this trail! It was easy to navigate and the campsite was nice! BUT....be warned of the whippoorwill...they are relentless!! We saw the 2 cemeteries....but no structures that would resemble churches. We never did see a waterfall though...not sure if we went far enough along the river.

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scramble
6 months ago

Trail 201 was merely a woods trail to us....just a trail through the woods. Once we hit 209 down to Sipsey, the scenery improved greatly. We hiked south along Sipsey, then turned and followed the first creek we came to (which appeared to be White Creek), up to a waterfall, then hiked beyond to an upper waterfall. We then hiked back toward Sipsey before stopping to camp for the night at a beautiful campsite on the east side of the creek. Not sure what all the hype is about, as the trail was no worse than we've encountered elsewhere in the Sipsey Wilderness. Beautiful waterfalls for sure!

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7 months ago

I'm the guy Kim and some 200 others spend three days looking for. Believe her!

The first part of this trail jas been logged due to pine beetles but the latter part is beautiful. The falls are truely spectacular and definitely worth the trip.

Beautiful trail, easy to find and easy to stay on track. We didnt lose the trail once. The waterfall was easy to find (just follow the sound). We saw a good camping spot by the falls but it was very soggy. There were two more spots further down the trail. We disnt see any snakes but there were plenty of salamanders and lizards. The graveyard was neat as well. Be aware that its mostly downhill going in which means mostly uphill going back.

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rocky
7 months ago

This is the one where we had to cross the water, love being out there and making everything an adventure!

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7 months ago

One of my favorite places to hike and camp. Beautiful area.

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