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Best Hiking Trails in Mobile

Handpicked Top 3 Hiking Trails in Mobile, Alabama. They face a rigorous 50-Point Inspection, which includes customer reviews, history, complaints, ratings, satisfaction, trust, cost and general excellence. You deserve the best!

CHICKASABOGUE PARK

760 Aldock Road, Eight Mile, Mobile, AL 36613

Basketball Courts, Softball Fields, Performing Arts, Canoeing, Frisbee Golf, Mountain Biking, Sports Fields, Swimming, Camping, Fishing, Rental Pavilions & Playground

Free admission (6-11 Years 0.50 & 60+ Years Free) ● A 1,100-acre outdoor recreation facility and wildlife refuge ● Provides a wide variety of outdoor activities in a natural setting while protecting the environment and preserving the diversity of plants and animals indigenous to the area ● Grills and picnic tables are located throughout the Park and are available on a first-come basis

Discount: 10% Off on Senior Citizens and GoodSam Camping Club members

Price: 6-11 Years $0.50 & 12-59 Years $1

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HISTORIC BLAKELEY STATE PARK

34745 State Highway 225, Spanish Fort, Mobile, AL 36527

Since 1981

Birding, Tent Campgrounds for Families and Groups, Camping Shelters, Dogs on Leash, Trail Running, Walking, Group and Horse Trailer, Mountain and Road Biking, Forest Lake & Wild Flowers

It is one of the largest and most diverse attractions within the Gulf Coast region ● Has more than 2,000 acres of some of the most biodiverse habitat in North America, the park contains the sites of Alabama's largest Civil War battle ● More than 16 miles of walking and horseback riding trails by joining them for one of their many boat cruises into the rivers of the delta or through attending their numerous educational programs ● Facilities available for rental for a variety of special events

Price: Admission:
Adults:$4
Kids ages 6-12: $3

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VILLAGE POINT PARK PRESERVE

27710 Main Street, Daphne, Mobile, AL 36526

Mountain and Road Biking, Walking, Forest Lake, Natural Treasures, Trail Running, Unsullied Wetlands, Streams, Wild Flowers & State Champion Trees

Visitors alike for generations will use and enjoy one of the very few remaining public beaches on Mobile Bay ● At approximately 70 acres, Village Point Park is the largest park in the city of Daphne ● A parking lot with bathrooms and a picnic pavilion marks the beginning of a 3,000- foot main trail that takes visitors westward toward Mobile Bay

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