Mobile County

Mobile County Trails Map 2 mile asphalt trail along old railbed. Historic Railroad Museum, Old Surrender Oak site, benches and picnic tables along trail. 3 trails with combined length of 20 miles throught hardwood/pine forest. Also includes creek suitable for swimming. 7 mile walking/cycling trail paralleling the 2 main roads on Dauphin Island. Mobile County Trails Map Mobile County Trails Map Baldwin County Trails Mobile County Trails Map 2.3 mile interpretive trail with boardwalks.

Mobile County



Hiking / Mountain Biking Trails


Chickasabogue Park Trail

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City:  Mobile
Description: 3 trails are connected with a combined length of 20 miles. Trails go through hardwood hills, pine flats, swamps and sand. Parts of the trail go by a creek suitable for swimming and up and down short but steep hills.

Map: Chickasabogue Park Trail (Google Maps)


Family Fitness / City Park / Walking Trails


Audubon Sanctuary Trails

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City:  Dauphin Island
Description: 1.2 miles of wooded trails through bird sanctuary including pond overlooks and boardwalks.

Map: Audubon Sanctuary Trails (Google Maps)


Citronelle Rails to Trails

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City:  Citronelle
Description: 2 mile rails-to-trails walking trail passing historic sites such as the Railroad Museum and the Surrender Oak site. The trail also has park benches, picnic tables and is flat providing for an easy walk.

Map: Citronelle Rails to Trails (Google Maps)


Muddy Creek Interpretive Nature Trail

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City:  Mobile
Description: A 2.3 mile interpretive nature trail with well boardwalks over the creek and marshy areas.

Map: Muddy Creek Interpretive Nature Trail (Google Maps)


Taylor Harper Hiking and Cycling Trail

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City:  Dauphin Island
Description: The trail parallels two primary roads on Dauphin Island; (1) Bienville Blvd (east and west), which runs from Ft. Gains east and west terminus of Bienville Blvd on the Island's west end and (2) LeMyne Drive (Hwy 193), which intersects with the Bienville path at the Beinville/Lenoyne intersection and goes north to Dauphin Island bridge.

Map: Taylor Harper Hiking and Cycling Trail (Google Maps)


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