Alabama is a state in the Southeastern region of the United States, bordered by Tennessee to the north; Georgia to the east; Florida and the Gulf of Mexico to the south; and Mississippi to the west. Alabama is the 30th largest by area and the 24th-most populous of the U.S. states. Read more stats
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Come explore the more than 450 miles of trails that the Alabama State Parks has to offer. Natural beauty abounds in Alabama. There are hiking, biking, and equestrian trails that provide every skill level with opportunities to see the diverse geology and plant and animal communities throughout the state.
- A Circle of Colors Trail
- Alabama Antique Trail
- Alabama Birding Trail
- Alabama Black Belt Nature & Heritage Trail
- Alabama Civil Rights Museum Trail
- Alabama Garden Trail
- Alabama Mural Trail
- Alabama Scenic River Trail
- Alabama’s Hunting & Fishing Trail for People with Physical Disabilities
- April Walking Tours
- Civil War Trails
- Covered Bridge Trail
- Fall Color Trail
- Food & Wine Trail
- Hank Williams Trail
- Native American Trail
- Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail
- U.S. Civil Rights Trail
- West Alabama Hunting & Fishing Trail
- The Birmingham Ghost Walk – Hotels Churches and Riots Tour
The best Zoos & Wildlife Parks in Alabama according to Viator travelers are:
- Birmingham Area Multi-Attraction Pass
- Huntsville and North Alabama Multi-Attraction Pass
- Gulf Shores, Orange Beach Family Fun Multi-Attraction Pass
- Montgomery, Selma Area Multi-Attraction Pass
- Gulf Shores, Orange Beach Area Multi-Attraction Pass
Different Walks in Alabama
Just for Fun!
I would love to visit some day but for now, virtually. I hope you all enjoyed it and had some helpful information for you.