Explore the most popular trails near Mobile with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

Mobile, Alabama Map

Pretty trail. Relatively well marked. I did the 2 mile (white blaze) walk. It also has a 1 mile and a 5k trail.

Not an actual trail but it is an incredible experience to tour a battleship and learn about the history and see how it operated.

3 months ago

The best part is when you get off the cement trail and hit the dirt trails. Peaceful walk with tons of animals... squirrels, hawk, smaller birds, butterflies.

5 months ago

Great short walk in Mobile

I walked about 2 miles on these trails and enjoyed it thoroughly. The weather was perfect. Saw a number of birds I haven’t seen and one alligator. It was an easy trail, one I would certainly recommend for families with children. The trail has maps throughout to give you options and show your location.

6 months ago

Beautiful trail! Will definitely be back!

Such a beautiful trail, right in the middle of Mobile! I will definitely be back!!

Well marked, well kept up, tons of informational posts along the trails along with park benches here and there to take a rest on. It's a haven in the middle of the city.

I don't known I would consider this a "trail." Spend the admission fee to explore the battleship, submarine and hanger. Well worth it. Tons of photo opportunities while learning about the US Navy and the role the battleship and submarine played in WWII. Many of the aircrafts in the hanger were on loan from the Pensacola Naval Air Mueseum so I am sure these are always changing so you will not likely see all the same artifacts and aircrafts every time. The only reason I did not give tgis 5 stars is because this was not a true trail to me and the real fun starts after paying for admission.

Beautiful trails! Not too rooty for runs or hiking and they have several options on whatever length you want to do. There are a lot of benches placed throughout the trails where you can rest or just sit and enjoy being in nature. Beware of cottonmouth snakes in the warmer months and poison ivy along the trail.

absolutely gorgeous trail!!!

Tuesday, June 06, 2017

Awesome trail!!!

10 months ago

10 months ago

Wednesday, September 27, 2017

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