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State Park Trails

North Alabama

Central Alabama

  • Most diverse trail system at 52 Miles, including walking/hiking, mountain bike, on-road bike, and horseback - Oak Mountain State Park
  • Popular, family-oriented biking, hiking trails - Lake Lurleen State Park
  • Two hiking trails (1.8 mile and 3.8 mile) wind over hardwood ridges and through tall pines down the shoreline, offering spectacular views of Lake Martin with the beauty of wildflowers and blooming dogwood to white-tailed deer. Also there is a 10-mile long horse trail, offering riders a scenic view through the hardwoods and tall pines - Wind Creek State Park

South Alabama

  • The only true island hiking experience of 1 mile - Frank Jackson State Park
  • Elevated, interpretive boardwalk highlighting the Mobile-Tensaw River Delta - Meaher State Park
  • Walking trail system, ten (10) trails including the Hugh S. Branyon Backcounty Trail. Gulf State Park park has a total of 15 miles of trails - Gulf State Park

Include a hiking weekend with your Alabama Adventure!

Alabama State Parks are the best place to begin filling out your Passport to Fitness Stamp pages...Alabama's state parks have a wide variety of trails that are designed for everybody from the beginning hiker to the experienced hiker. No matter what your skill level is, you will find a trail at an Alabama State Park that is ideal for you. See http://adeca.alabama.gov/Divisions/ced/Recreation/Pages/Passport-to-Fitness.aspx for complete information on Alabama's Passport to Fitness program.

Park Number of
Trails
Miles of
Hiking Trails
Miles of
Interpretive Trails
Miles of
Horseback Trails
Miles of
Mountain Biking Trails
Multiuse Trails Boardwalk Trails Total Miles
of Trails
Buck's Pocket State Park 5 8 12 X X 20
Cathedral Caverns 5 6 6
Cheaha State Park 6 7 0 8 X 15
Chewacla State Park 6 4 1 5
Chickasaw State Park 6 6 6
DeSoto State Park 10 19 7 X X 19
Frank Jackson State Park 2 X 2
Gulf State Park 10 15 X X 15
Joe Wheeler State Park 6 5 2 X 5
Lake Guntersville State Park 20 36 3 16 8 X 36
Lake Lurleen State Park 4 20 20 X 20
Lakepoint Resort State Park 7 5 5
Meaher State Park 1 1 X 1
Monte Sano State Park 18 20 1 14 X 20
Oak Mountain State Park 8 24 1 13 30 X X 70
Paul M. Grist State Park 2 6 1
Rickwood Caverns 1 1 1
Roland Cooper State Park 2 2 2
Wind Creek State Park 2 8 20 10 X 8