Cherokee County

Cherokee County Trails Map 30-50 miles of equestrian trails Dekalb County Trails 600+ miles from the Georgia state line to Mobile Bay. The longest river trail in any one state crossing 19 counties along the Coosa and the Alabama Rivers.

Cherokee County

Hiking Trails / Equestrian Trails

Little River Canyon Preserve

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City:  Fort Payne
Description: "Backcountry area" offers hiking and miles of equestrian trails with additional trails along the canyon rim accessed by the scenic drive along the Little River canyon.

Map: Little River Canyon Preserve (Google Maps)

Water Trails

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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