Alabama Nature Center

County:  

Elmore

City:  

Millbrook

Location:  

Alabama Nature Center

Description:  

Lanark and the new Alabama Nature Center contain 350 acres of striking forests, fields, streams, wetlands and ponds that are traversed by five miles of boardwalks and trails in three regions: Still Creek Run, Turkey Ridge, and Hilltop Pass.

Map Links:  

Satelite view
(Map of all trails)  
  Bing birds-eye-view

 
  Google-street-view

 

Trail Website:  

Alabama Nature Center Trails (Lanark)

Total Miles:  

5 miles

Surface Type:  

Dirt - boardwalks and mulch covered sections as well.

Primary Use:  

Hiking

Trail Hours:  

Monday - Saturuday 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.
Additionally, open to ANC Member Sunday 1:00 - 5:00 pm.

Special Features:  

boardwalks, fishing ponds.

Directions to Trail:  

From I-65 exit 179 East toward Millbrook; first left on Hwy 23 (S. Edgewood Drive); right at T-Junction staying on Edgewood Drive; left on Lanark Rd into nature Center; follow signs to parking near large pavilion.

Trail Restrictions:  

No pets, mountain bikes or equestrians

Latitude:  

32.476489     

Longitude:  

-86.384120

Trail Amenities

Trail Restrooms:  

Yes

Trail Information Center:  

Yes

Picnic Area:  

Yes

Group Pavilion:  

Yes

Playgrounds:  

No

Beach:  

No

Fishing:  

Yes

Trail User Fee:  

Yes, see website.

Handicap Accessibility?

Trailhead:  

Yes

Entire Trail:  

No

Who’s responsible for Trail?

Organization:  


    Alabama Wildlife Federation
    3050 Lanark Road
    Millbrook,AL36054
   

Phone:  

800.822.9453
   

Email:  

awf@alabamawildlife.org
   

Website:  

http://www.alabamawildlife.org/

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