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Alabama’s Passport to Fitness

The State Department of Conservation and Natural Resources is an eager participant in the Passport to Fitness program. This project was developed by the Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs (ADECA), and its purpose is to promote Alabama’s many fitness opportunities. With the multitude of trails within them, we are excited to announce that several Alabama State Parks are participating in this program.

  • Chewacla State Park
  • Desoto State Park
  • Gulf State Park
  • Florala State Park
  • Lake Guntersville State Park
  • Lake Lurleen State Park
  • Lakepoint State Park
  • Oak Mountain State Park
  • Wind Creek State Park
Enjoy a hike at an Alabama State Park

Each of the participating State Parks will provide you with an official Passport Guide that contains maps of the trails and points of interest. To make things even more fun, a section within the guide called the “Passport Stamp Page” can be presented, on location, for each featured walk you complete to receive an official passport stamp. As you collect the stamps, you will be walking your way to fitness and better health!

So . . . take a hike, and take in Alabama!

For more information and a listing of all the participating state parks and communities, please visit the Alabama Passport to Fitness web site at http://adeca.alabama.gov/Divisions/ced/Recreation/Pages/Passport-to-Fitness.aspx