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Eastern Shore Trail

23.4 mi
State: AL
Asphalt, Concrete

Mobile Airport Perimeter Trail

1.7 mi
State: AL
Asphalt
Trail Image Trail Name States Length Surface Rating
The Eastern Shore Trail runs along the east side of Mobile Bay from Spanish Fort to Weeks Bay, passing through the communities of Daphne, Montrose, Fairhope, Battles Wharf and Point Clear along the...
AL 23.4 mi Asphalt, Concrete
On the southern end of Mobile, a short paved trail runs from Doyle Park, along the edge of the city's airport, to the waterfront. The park makes a nice place to begin with parking, restrooms, and...
AL 1.7 mi Asphalt
The Tuxachanie Trail is a National Recreation Trail offering a 12-mile hike through southern Mississippi's Desoto National Forest. A portion of the trail follows an old abandoned railroad that once...
MS 12.1 mi Dirt

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Mobile Airport Perimeter Trail

AL - 1.7 miles

On the southern end of Mobile, a short paved trail runs from Doyle Park, along the edge of the city's airport, to the waterfront. The park makes a nice place to begin with parking, restrooms, and...

Eastern Shore Trail

AL - 23.4 miles

The Eastern Shore Trail runs along the east side of Mobile Bay from Spanish Fort to Weeks Bay, passing through the communities of Daphne, Montrose, Fairhope, Battles Wharf and Point Clear along the...

Eastern Shore Trail

AL - 23.4 miles

The Eastern Shore Trail runs along the east side of Mobile Bay from Spanish Fort to Weeks Bay, passing through the communities of Daphne, Montrose, Fairhope, Battles Wharf and Point Clear along the...

Tuxachanie National Recreation Trail

MS - 12.1 miles

The Tuxachanie Trail is a National Recreation Trail offering a 12-mile hike through southern Mississippi's Desoto National Forest. A portion of the trail follows an old abandoned railroad that once...

Mobile Airport Perimeter Trail

AL - 1.7 miles

On the southern end of Mobile, a short paved trail runs from Doyle Park, along the edge of the city's airport, to the waterfront. The park makes a nice place to begin with parking, restrooms, and...

Eastern Shore Trail

AL - 23.4 miles

The Eastern Shore Trail runs along the east side of Mobile Bay from Spanish Fort to Weeks Bay, passing through the communities of Daphne, Montrose, Fairhope, Battles Wharf and Point Clear along the...

Tuxachanie National Recreation Trail

MS - 12.1 miles

The Tuxachanie Trail is a National Recreation Trail offering a 12-mile hike through southern Mississippi's Desoto National Forest. A portion of the trail follows an old abandoned railroad that once...

Mobile Airport Perimeter Trail

AL - 1.7 miles

On the southern end of Mobile, a short paved trail runs from Doyle Park, along the edge of the city's airport, to the waterfront. The park makes a nice place to begin with parking, restrooms, and...

Recent Trail Reviews

Eastern Shore Trail

Eastern shore trail

May, 2017 by munsung1075

I bike from weeks Bay on 98 to about 15 miles heading from there along route 1 into the city and I always enjoy it. There are some rough patches and one place where you have to cross the street to get to the other side to continue on the trail but overall it's worth it. The roads around the neighborhood are usually not that bad and you can easily switch to randomly using the roads to go through neighborhoods. There are a few nice slopes and I really enjoy the landscaping and scenery there. Yes sometimes a vehicle is half parked on it but it's easy to go around. I drive from Foley , about 10 miles away, a few times a week to bike it. It's a community pedestrian path and of course kids are out on it so it's not for racing on. But you can definitely go fast enough to get in a great workout if you want.

Eastern Shore Trail

Riders from Michigan

March, 2017 by cherylb@firelit.com

Sorry it was poorly maintained, and the cement was cracked and upheaved or sunk in several areas, not like Michigan! We also had to dodge constructions trucks etc.. parked on the trail! The was garbage strewn in and near the trail.. ? Spring pick up never picked up. But we did make it all the way from the weeks bay Nature center, and the town of Fairhope is beautiful!

Eastern Shore Trail

Needs help

January, 2017 by bobbitt.leonard

I rode this trail for the first time four years ago and I wrote a review. I see that nothing has changed to make it better. It's a great trai though it lacks maintenance and monitoring. Motor vehicles park on it, garage cans are placed on it and there is debris on it. One car was parked across it where they were demolishing a building. There was a large parking lot that could have been used. As I went around the car parked across the trail a truck headed toward me with the driver looking over his shoulder! This forces cyclists to violate Alabama law and ride in the street whee a trail is provided. It's sad that nobody cares to take care of the Eastern Shore Trail.

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Tuxachanie National Recreation Trail

Good trail

December, 2016 by kalebraybon

This is a very easy trail but a good scenic trail. Get to look at a lot of different types of nature, ponds, lakes, and a POW camp. Flat trail that makes the higher mileage easier for newer hikers.

Tuxachanie National Recreation Trail

Good trail for beginning hikers

May, 2016 by maxpearl

This is a great trail for beginners. It is well marked and fairly flat. If you park a car at Airey Lake and ride in a second car to the Highway 49 trailhead, the roughly 6 mile walk is fairly nice. I have hiked it one way (6.2 miles) or roundtrip from Airey Lake to Highway 49 and back (12.4 miles) or the long hike from Highway 49 to Airey Lake to the POW Camp. Sometimes the long route is not well marked, so you have to figure out which way to go, but as hikes go, it's nice, but long. As someone else said, you need to bring plenty of water for these hikes, as there is not a supply except a couple of spots. Also, South Mississippi can get incredibly hot midday till late afternoon. I recommend starting very early in the morning. Parts of the trail have no canopy, so you are in full sunlight.

Tuxachanie National Recreation Trail

nice trail off Hwy 49

February, 2016 by flopapa

This is a pine forest trail. It is well marked and clean. We at lunch by a stream. It has a few hills and some roots, but it is really a well maintained trail.

Eastern Shore Trail

NOT FOR SPEED SKATING

September, 2015 by britte.lowther

Unless you can make 150 degree turns at 15mph (without warning and at the bottom of hills)...I recommend you stay away from this one on speed skates. Also...not a trail and several intersections.

Eastern Shore Trail

beautiful and peaceful

September, 2015 by bikingsoulmates

Our favorite time to ride this trail is 2 hours before sunset. Peaceful and beautiful

Eastern Shore Trail

February, 2015 by christopherivie

Eastern Shore Trail

Beautiful Trail by Mobile Bay

February, 2015 by whh333

I realize everyone wants something different in a trail, but this one is perfect for me. It is a sidewalk, both through rural areas and through towns, and the sidewalk does not extend onto the Causeway (North Section). What is perfect, though, it the view of the Bay and the opportunity to stroll or bike through picturesque towns such as Daphne and Fairhope.

I especially enjoy walking it at sunset on Scenic 98 south of Fairhope.

whh333

Eastern Shore Trail

Abused trail

January, 2015 by lbobbitt

I rode the trail at Fairhope many times last year. It's widely misused. Motor vehicles park on it, people place large pieces of trash on it and by the Grand Hotel there was a group taking up the trail and not yielding to others. The roadway was better.

Eastern Shore Trail

Option For Bridge Crossing Over Tenesaw River

December, 2014 by bqwesl

This is the experience that I have with the Eastern shore Trail.
I park at either Battleship Park, across the street at the free boat launch parking, or further up the road at the Three Rivers Delta Center which is free also.
From all of these locations, I ride on Highway 90 east to Spanish Fort in Baldwin County. I like this ride for the beauty as well as terrain. Riding the Causeway provides scenery of the Mobile Bay till you arrive at Spanish Fort. This hills begin in Daphne and continue all along the trail to Fairhope where the road flattens on the ride to Mullet Point.
When arriving on the eastern shore, I suggest riding the Eastern Shore Trail into Daphne and leave the scenic 98 and ride the shoulder on Highway 98 starting where the trail crosses over Hwy 98 at the Publix supermarket. I do this because the shoulder is wide and I find it a better road surface then the Eastern Shore Trail through Daphne and Montrose.
I ride Hwy 98 to Fairhope where I turn and ride to center city, down the hill toward the pier and just before the bottom, turn left back onto the Eastern Shore Trail - scenic Hwy 98 towards Point Clear. I then ride to the Grand hotel in Point Clear where I turn around and retrace my route back to the car.
There is one thing I want to say about this route. I have read reviews about riding the causeway on the bridge close to Battle ship park that do not recommend this route because there is no shoulder to ride on the west bound side of the bridge. This is true but I have another option. When I do this ride and start from Battleship Park area, the eastbound lane has a wide shoulder to use but the westbound lane does not. In addition, the west bound side has trash, reflectors, and expansion joints to ride. If this return route is used, riding the white line or in the automobile travel lane is the only option. However, there is another option. Cross over highway 90 just before entering onto the bridge when riding west and use the east bound shoulder for the bridge crossing. This lane is wide enough to ride on the outside and not to cause problems for cars traveling towards you plus, there is enough opportunity at the bottom of the bridge to cross back over if needed or continue on to Battleship Park.

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