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Find the top rated atv trails in Prichard, whether you're looking for an easy short atv trail or a long atv trail, you'll find what you're looking for. Click on a atv trail below to find trail descriptions, trail maps, photos, and reviews.
I run these trails almost every week! They are beautiful and never get old.
One of the most beautiful trails in the park. A few inclines, but not difficult! Well worth scheduling a ride or walk.
Beautiful bike trails. Paved and wide. Many benches and restrooms and water stations along the way too. Best I’ve ever been to.
Part of the Hugh Branyon Trail System that features several trails that are all interconnected. I rode them all from the trailhead at Catman to the furthest point that takes you down & around Lake Shelby which totaled almost 18 miles. Beautiful trails from start to finish with excellent asphalt & a variety of scenic views including a gator & her young on Rosemary Dunes. A great trail system that Is well managed.
The trail is great for dog walking and has a lot of wildlife
Flat and level, lined with small oak trees. Seems well maintained. At 2 miles one way, very nice as a walking trail. Was there April 2020, great way to spend a few hours.
This is one of many trails in the park. All trails are well maintained and take you to different areas of the park. Download trail mail before you set off so you can follow your route. Highly recommend!
The section of the trail between Fairhope and Daphne is broken and heaved concrete and dangerous! Beware. East of Barnwell we made a wrong turn and eventually dead ended in Weeks Bay. That mistake proved to be the best part of this ride - scenic along with a bike lane.
Not well marked beginning. Bathroom was locked!
Okay for walking and Sunday riding. Not good route for training. Too many cross streets. Tree roots pushing up the asphalt.
Great experience walking with my family and seeing animals like the bald eagle.
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
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