Ozark Pedestrian Trail

County:  

Dale

City:  

Ozark

Location:  

Ed Lisenby Lake

Description:  

The trail is two miles of asphalt and one mile of primitive (crushed gravel). The trail encircles Ed Lienby Lake and works it way through a wooded area.

Map Links:  

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Total Miles:  

3.1 miles

Surface Type:  

Asphalt - 1 mile crushed rock

Primary Use:  

Walking

Trail Hours:  

Sunrise until Sunset

Directions to Trail:  

Traveling north on US HWY 231; take a right onto Roy Parker Road; travel to Myrtle Drive and turn left; Myrtle Drive will take you directly to Ed Lisenby Lake and the Ozark Pedestrain Trail.

Trail Restrictions:  

no motorized vehicles or bicycles.

Latitude:  

31.477740     

Longitude:  

-85.63364

Trail Amenities

Trail Restrooms:  

Yes

Picnic Area:  

Yes

Playgrounds:  

Yes

Trail Shelter:  

Yes

Trail User Fee:  

No

Handicap Accessibility?

Trailhead:  

Yes

Trail Segments:  

Yes

Entire Trail:  

Yes

Who’s responsible for Trail?

Organization:  


    City of Ozark/Leisure Service

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