Best Hiking Trails in Montgomery

Expert recommended Top 3 Hiking Trails in Montgomery, Alabama. All of our hiking trails face a rigorous 50-Point Inspection, which includes customer reviews, history, complaints, ratings, satisfaction, trust, cost and general excellence. You deserve only the best!


3 Festival Drive, Montgomery, AL 36117 Directions

Blount Cultural Park contains about 90 parking spaces, many ponds, miles of walking trails, and beautiful carving in the two parks. It has a 293-acre park that houses the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts, the Bark Park location, and the world-renowned private festival grounds of Alabama Shakespeare. Its 5-mile trail opens up well maintained, gently sloping, verdant views over 77 acres. The trails are friendly to children and families alike, looping along paved paths around nearly the entire park.

Wildlife, Wild Flowers, Mountain Biking, Running, Play Soccer, Walking, Wheelchair Friendly, Beach, Lake, Fishing, Dogs on Leash, Picnic on the Grass, Birding & Road Biking


Mon - Sun 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

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2733 Gunter Park Drive East, Montgomery, AL 36109 Directions

Since 2011

Lagoon Park Trail occupies about 432 acres, where cycling and walking trails can be found about five miles away. The trail blends through Lagoon Park's 176 acres and provides five miles of cycling and leisure. There are also a couple of ponds around the main area you can walk around. Pete Peterson Lodge entrance features a lovely playground and bathrooms. The cross country track is a mountain bike blowout. The park provides free admission.

The Grill Restaurant, Beach, Forest Lake, Mountain, Birding, Walking, Jogging, Running, Road Biking, Wild Flowers, Picnic Shelters, Playgrounds, Pete Peterson Lodge, Dogs on Leash & Nature Trips

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Mon - Sun Sunrise - Sunset

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Jordan Dam Rd, Montgomery, AL 36092 Directions

Since 1998

Swayback Bridge Trail is a popular tourist 4.6-mile loop trail near Wetumpka. There is a large rustic entrance sign to the trail that reads "Swayback Bridge." The visitor center is directly across the gravel road from the parking lot. It has about 11 miles for paths with loops as short as one mile. Lots of hiking time along the lake and trails have smart landmarks such as Six Mike Hill. 16.6 miles from downtown of Montgomery.

Picnic, Camping, Restroom Facilities, Accessible, Bicycling, Wildlife, Birding, Fishing, Playground, Horse/Equestrian, Nature Trail, Snorkeling & Swimming


Mon - Sun Dawn - Dusk

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