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This trail which goes west from Route 59 in Gulf Shores Alabama is a nice approximately 5 mile long trail heading out towards Fort Morgan They have done some work to the trail and it’s a lot better than it was this past fall. We are here in March 2021 and enjoyed the ride immensely. The problem is it stops only about 25% of the way out to Fort Morgan and riding on the road the rest of the way to the tip of the peninsula would be difficult because of the traffic out there. I wish they would continue that trail further west.
We did all 6 of the trails north of orange beach up along the hill side connecting to the state park. Absolutely amazing scenery, perfectly groomed wonderful asphalt trail very wide. Beautiful memorial benches We did all 6 of the trails north of orange beach up along the hill side connecting to the state park. Absolutely amazing scenery, perfectly groomed wonderful asphalt trail very wide. Beautiful memorial benches all along the way along with a We did all 6 of the trails north of orange beach up along the hill side connecting to the state park. Absolutely amazing scenery, perfectly groomed wonderful asphalt trail very wide. Beautiful memorial benches all along the way along with a bathroom. A nice look out area, a few little side trails which are not paved if you like. Just unbelievably perfect for biking or walking or jogging!
Fantastic place to see some eagles and alligators! Clean smooth trail very nice patrons.
This was a fun simple trail that went in multiple directions. They all led to different beach access. It was very quite and peaceful and not challenging in the sense of elevation. So a great time for anyone :)
Lovely trails. This is just part of a series of biking/walking trails in Gulf State Park. Not all the trails are listed on this website yet (they all connect). We stayed at the Lodge at Gulf State Park, a Hilton Hotel, which was directly across the street from the trails so we started at the hotel. Trails were paved but also crossed several wooden bridges. There was also a motor home park within the complex which looked like a good option too. I liked the variety of the trails, some in woods, some in sun. I would definitely recommend these trails.
We started this trail at the trailside Visitors Center, Visitors has parking for about 8 cars and has a Bathroom inside. This is a Rail trail, very limited car crossings , the trail is about 12 foot wide and is well taken care of. Its ends a Whiting Field Naval Station. It has a good amount of shade trees along the way. Take your time and enjoy this one.
We thoroughly enjoyed Catman Road trail. The the trail is very well maintained and is an easy ride
This is a very short trail, some of which is really a sidewalk and some is an unprotected bike lane. However, we took the Dauphin Island Ferry from Ft. Morgan to the island, parking at Ft. Morgan and walking on the Ferry with our bikes. It is $5 round trip to walk on and the ride on the Ferry was beautiful with bird watching (pelicans, herons, sea gulls). The island was not crowded (we went on a warm day in February). This is a fun way to spend a day and we ended up riding 14 miles.
Awesome trail for all levels of cyclists. Trail is well maintained and the majority of local motorists yield for crossing cyclists. Great countryside scenery for most of the ride. Mostly flat terrain in very beginner friendly.
Great ride with nice country views most of the way.
If you park near the “Pensacola Beach Ball Tower” and start your ride from there all the way through Fort Dickens it comes to about 20 miles. Beautiful ride with a safe bike lane most of the way. The old fort is not much to look at, but it is still a great ride. It is costly to go into the park via bicycle. I think it was $15 unless your military like me and then it is free.
Nice trail....well maintained. Saw turtles and birds. Benches and restrooms! Restrooms clean with hand sanitizer!!!!
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