Shelby County

17+ miles MTB trails, 10+miles Equestrian and several walking trails. 1 1/4 mile paved trail for pedestrians and cyclists 8/10 mile paved pedestrian and cycle trail around Stephens park 1 mile walking trail around corporate area.

Shelby County



Just south of Birmingham, outdoor enthusiasts will find Oak Mountain, the largest State Park in Alabama, which contains extensive outdoor opportunities. With more than 25 miles of dedicated mountain bike trails, an extensive network of hiking trails, two lakes, paddle boats, cabins, camping, orienteering areas, golf course and more, Oak Mountain has it all. Equestrians will also find more than 10 miles of dedicated horse trails as well as a rental stable for all to enjoy a horse riding adventure through the park.

For something a little lower key, families may find the mile long lighted asphalt trail at Heardmont Farm Park more to their liking, located on Cahaba Valley Road about 4 miles from I-65.

Stephens Park Trail

City:  Montevallo
Description: 8/10 mile asphalt trail that accommodates pedestrians and bicycles.
Trail User Fee: No
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Heardmont Farm Park Trail

City: 
Description: 1 1/4 lighted asphalt trail accommodating pedestrians and bicycles with benches and a gazebo.
Trail User Fee: No
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Buck`s Creek Park Trail

City:  Alabaster
Description: 1/4 mile walking track with exercise stations, picnic tables, restrooms and playground.
Trail User Fee: 
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Veteran`s Park Walking Track

City:  Alabaster
Description: A paved loop that accommodates joggers, walkers and bikers. Dogs welcome.
Trail User Fee: 
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Oak Mountain S.P. Trails

City:  Pelham
Description: 22 miles of MTB trails, 10 miles of Equestrian trails and several miles of hiking trails
Trail User Fee: Yes
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Univ. of Phoenix Walking Trail

City:  Meadowbrook
Description: 1 mile paved trail around corporate lake areas.
Trail User Fee: 
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Alabama Scenic River Trail

City:  Cedar Bluff to Ft. Morgan
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.
Trail User Fee: 
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