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Explore the best rated trails in Oxford, AL. Whether you're looking for an easy walking trail or a bike trail like the Civitan Park Trail and Carrollton GreenBelt. With more than 4 trails covering 113 miles you're bound to find a perfect trail for you. Click on any trail below to find trail descriptions, trail maps, photos, and reviews.
We have rode this trail numerous times. Very well kept!!
One out favorite. Great track. Smooth. Well maintained. Only one part of town that gets a little rough as far as crossing busy roads. Still one of my favs!!
Rode May 4 & 5th, 2023. A fabulous trail! So well maintained! Surrounded by trees on most of the trail. First 20 to 30 miles from Smyrna are probably the easiest.
Started off at the trail head at Anniston and rode north past Piedmont to the 9.5 mile marker. Trail was pretty flat with some bumps along the way. The scenery was good.
Really love how this greenbelt is integrated in to so much of the town. This is the first time I noticed they had the Tanner Spur which is a 1 mile spur from the south side of the greenbelt to the downtown area. I could see if I lived in this town I would be able to use the greenbelt as a transportation option to go grocery shopping, out to eat, etc.
One of our favorites! We’ve started at Anniston, Piedmont and Jacksonville State depending on how much time and how far we want to ride. Bathroom stops along the way and beautiful views. Roots under areas of the path but usually easy to spot & avoid. Mike markers are clearly marked and mostly wide open riding!
Husband and I came to ride this trail. We went from the trail head in Anniston. We managed to avoid any rain some lite drizzle but much colder than expected. Rode to mile maker 20. On way back to Anniston we we chased by a white looked like pit bull mix. Food stops along the way would be nice but understandable that there aren’t any for the remote locations. Will most definitely come back!
Husband and I took our ebikes down to ride the GreenBelt. Called to make sure ebikes were allowed! Agree with another review that signage could be used in some places so newcomers know the path but we found our way with help from another biker! Well maintained!
My husband and I took our e bikes to the greenbelt and enjoyed the ride. Couple of places could use more signage so newcomers know where the trail continues, for example at major road crossings.
Great trail, my wife and I really enjoyed our bike ride. Only negative I can say about the trail was a couple intersections did not have directional arrows showing the change of direction and we had to hunt where the trail picked back up. That’s the only reason I gave it 4 stars. It wasn’t no big problem just need to mark the trail in a couple places.
My wife and I rode the 10 miles out from Cedartowm -awesome trail-smooth and mostly shaded on a very hot Georgia day. We drank a lot of water on the ride only to find that there’s no restroom at Esom. Not good for a couple of 70+ bikers. The person at the Cedartown trailhead said that she didn’t know. Beware- still a great ride ¿
We traveled on ebikes from Piedmont, AL to the Georgia state line and back. We used assist #1 & #2 at times. The trail was in great shape. The rare bumps had been marked with colored paint to see easily. We enjoyed the shade and spots of open sun. We loved the countryside with the tree just beginning to show their fall colors. We fortunately saw only one snake on the trail. It was crossing from one side of the woods over the trail to the other side. It would have been nice to have a restroom at the state line park given we had traveled about 12-13 miles, however the bike racks, picnic table and pavilion were all nice. The transition between the states was a nice touch welcoming each side to the other state. We plan on returning to travel the other sections. We are both senior citizens.
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