Autauga County

Autauga County Trails Map 1 mile wooded asphalt trail through bamboo forest 4.1 mile canoe trail, trailhead behind Pratt Park 1/2 mile asphalt walking complete with fragrance garden and playground 1/2 mile trail around Pratt Park Lowndes County Trails Elmore  County Trails Chilton County Trails Montgomery County Trails Dallas County Trails

Autauga County



Near Historic Downtown Prattville, visitors can enjoy a walk through the bamboo forest at Winderness Park or take the kids along the paved figure 8 trail at Overlook Park complete with playground and scent garden near Daniel Pratt Elementary School. Or if you are more adventurous, rent a canoe or kayak and enjoy the miles of serenity along the Autauga Creek Canoe Trail that ends along the riverbank of the new riverfront walk downtown.

Family Fitness / City Park Trails


Overlook Park

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City:  Prattville
Description:  1/2 mile asphalt walking trail complete with fragrance garden and playground.

Map: Alabama River Region Map



Pratt Park Trail

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City:  Prattville
Description: 1/2 mile trail around local park.

Map: Alabama River Region Map


Bamboo Wilderness Trail

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City:  Prattville
Description: Wooded bamboo forest trail within city limits of Prattville.

Map: Alabama River Region Map


Water Trails


Autauga Creek Canoe Trail

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City:  Prattville
Description: Canoe trailhead is behind Pratt Park. Takeout is next to wastewater treatment plant on Rueben Road. Water can be shallow. About a 2-hour paddle.

Map: Alabama River Region Map


Alabama Scenic River Trail

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City:  Prattville
Description: Alabama's great new river trail is the longest water trail in any single state of the country, beginning at the Georgia state line and winding its way across nine beautiful lakes. Scenery ranges from magnificent wildlife preserves and steep stone cliffs to the tranquil beauty of the secluded creeks of the Delta region, the second largest delta in the US.

Map: Alabama River Region Map


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