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Nature Trails

Gulf State Park

Home to miles of pristine white sand beaches, Gulf State Park is also the perfect place for hiking, fishing, exploring, and relaxing - with the Gulf waves slapping against the shore nearby. Sunscreen is recommended, and a good camera is required!

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Hugh S. Branyon Backcountry Trail

Butterfly gardens, freshwater marshes, and swamps are just some of the nature you can find when hiking these seven nature trails, and the wildlife will take your breath away .

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Eastern Shore Bike Trail

Start at the USS ALABAMA Battleship Memorial Park and travel south to Weeks Bay. On the way, ride through the communities of Spanish Fort, Daphne, Fairhope, and Point Clear. You’ll find kiosks with maps throughout the trail plus pass picturesque views of Mobile Bay, historic sites, and plenty of

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Fort Morgan Road Trail

On Fort Morgan Road (Highway 180), runners and bikers will find just over 5 miles of paved trail that winds through tree lined neighborhoods and ends at a major intersection of Highway 59.

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Loop on Lake Shelby

Ride through Gulf State Park using the bike lanes of Highway 135, State Park Road 2, and Highway 182. You’ll navigate around Lake Shelby getting awe-inspiring views of the lake.

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Graham Creek Nature Preserve

The 500 acres of Graham Creek offers a haven to plants and wildlife that might otherwise have disappeared. Setting aside a few hours during your vacation to explore the trails of the preserve may be the best decision you make your entire trip!

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