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This beautiful and historic tree is wonderfully protected and taken care of and is worth a visit both from the aspect of it's historic association with Jackson and from a naturalist's standpoint as it is truly a majestic specimen. I agree with others that signage...More
This is a very nice walk about 20 min each way through forest and swamp to reach a beautiful beach in mobile bay. We can see a very impressive giant oak tree. Trail is very well maintained and easy to walk on. Children enjoyed the...More
gravel trails that cut through the woods typical of coastal lower Alabama. This is a good place for a walk on a reasonably nice day. I don't recommend it on a mid-summer, hot day. But 9 months out of the year this is a fun,...More
We got there around noon, which was a mistake in the middle of July. BUT there was shade along the way, which made it not as hot. The walk was beautiful. The only downside was that we couldn't actually get to the Bay. But we...More
A well maintained park on Mobile Bay. Such a neat place to just walk and unwind. Highly recommend. Easy to hike with raised, wooden walkways, but also well marked trails through some of the old growth woodlands.
A great place for a nature walk. Lots of trees & a beautiful view of Mobile Bay. Along the way, you'll see Jackson's Oak, where Andrew Jackson is said to have stopped with his troops, and an old cemetery where residents of a bygone era...More