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Navarre Beach Bike Path

Best Bike ride ever!

February, 2020 by wkopp59

Views are amazing! Ride is amazing! The Mardi Gras parade at Navarre was also today so to and from we were driving through crowds to get to the trail but so worth it. We brought our bikes. We always look for potential rental for when family and friends visit but didn’t see rental although there may have been in either Navarre or Pensacola Beach and we just didn’t notice.

Mobile Airport Perimeter Trail

confusing.

February, 2020 by silverandchocolate9140

Not well marked beginning. Bathroom was locked!

Blackwater Heritage State Trail

Worth the Ride.

December, 2019 by 3sportfitness

Black Water Heritage trail in Milton, FL. is a flat, short (10miles - one way) trail that winds through Milton and then ends our near the Naval Aviation area. It’s an easy, fun little paved trail, away from traffic and the noise of the highway.

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Blackwater Heritage State Trail

Great Little Trail!

December, 2019 by edmcanally

Very nice ride with well placed benches, and restrooms. Nice way to get outside and stretch a bit.

Navarre Beach Bike Path

scenic and flat

October, 2019 by miltakis5

My husband and I took this trail and loved having the ocean on one side and the sound on the other side. Breezy, beautiful, and not difficult. Can’t wait to go again!

Blackwater Heritage State Trail

September Ride

September, 2019 by crowculbertson

Rode the trail today parking at the visitor center (5533 Alabama). I rode north thru BWHT and the Military leg. Very enjoyable and well maintained. Water fountains and bathrooms available along the way (did not test the fountain or facilities). Rabbits, snake and squirrels in abundance. On my return from military base gate I rode past the visitor center south across Hwy 90 (difficult but with pedestrian signals). It is a nice activity bringing some diversity to a regular Navarre Beach day. I did not take advantage of the visitor center but from signs I felt it was open. I would ride this trail again and again.

Fort Morgan Road Trail

Fort Morgan.okay

June, 2019 by jtgallagher222

Okay for walking and Sunday riding. Not good route for training. Too many cross streets. Tree roots pushing up the asphalt.

Rosemary Dunes Trail

Rosemary Dunes trail

May, 2019 by john.hicks0901

Great experience walking with my family and seeing animals like the bald eagle.

Gulf Oak Ridge Trail

Information

April, 2019 by jbalin

This trail is part of a great trail system in Gulf State park. I suggest that you stop at the visitors center for a map of the entire network as it's easy to get lost

Eastern Shore Trail

Not a Good Recreational Trail

March, 2019 by nmoskal

Fairhope north to Daphne was one of the worse biking trails we have been on. Long inclines and descents on broken and dangerous sidewalk. Fast traffic prevented us from riding on the road-there is no bike lane. Fairhope South is a flatter option on sidewalk and some bike lanes. There’s always traffic.

Fort Morgan Road Trail

Close to the park

January, 2019 by ksisk_tl

We rode in the Gulf State Park and decided to add this to our adventure. It did have a few rough places but nothing to make you want avoid the trail. If was a pretty ride and there were several places to make pit stops!

Pensacola Beach Trail

One of my favorite rides

August, 2018 by rocketmantn

The Pensacola Beach Trail is part of my favorite Florida rides. What really makes this ride special is the additional mileage you can do on both ends of the trail. If you start at the eastern most point and continue east, you are on wide bike lanes which are extensions to the road. This takes you through Gulf Islands National Seashore park. All you see on both sides is sand and water. Since Santa Rosa island is about 2 miles off the Florida mainland, you have the sound to your left and the Gulf of Mexico on your right. This is totally undeveloped. You can take this all the way into Navarre Beach. The road speed limit is only 35 MPH so passing cars don't speed by you. It is also a low traffic road so most of the time you are by yourself. The park has some facilities but you must pay to use them.

If you follow the trail west, you will end just outside Fort Pickens which is also part of the Gulf Islands National Seashore park system. You must pay to enter the park, but the ride to the Fort is again beautiful and has little traffic. This Civil War fort is the only one (from the original 3) that still survives. It was the only fort in this area that the Confederates did not overrun. It was also a temporary holding ground from Geronimo after he was captured. There are rest room here and a convenience store right outside the campgrounds. Be sure to watch the movie about the fort. It will give you a lot of background to the area. If you are lucky you will see the Blue Angels practice because you right next to the Naval Air Base.

If you include the two side trips, the total round trip ride is around 55 miles. Quite pleasant and FLAT!!! However, being next to the water, you will always be dealing with wind. Wear LOTS of sun blocker because there is NO SHADE.

Highly recommended!!!

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