A 32-mile, multi-purpose hiking and biking trail
Beginning at the U.S.S. Alabama Battleship Memorial Park and traveling South to Weeks Bay, the Eastern Shore Trail is a 32-mile, multi-purpose hiking and biking trail which runs through the communities of Spanish Fort, Daphne, Fairhope and Point Clear. The trail offers travelers an up-close experience of abundant wildlife sightings while strolling through an area where wildflowers and blooming landscaped beds abound year round. Passing through quaint and quiet communities, over sleepy creeks and leafy valleys, past beautiful State Champion trees, the trail gives you the opportunity to soak up some sun and to enjoy the local scenery.
The Baldwin County Trailblazers
Hikers and bikers may begin the trail at any point desired. Kiosk maps have been placed in many locations and are user-friendly. A printable copy of the Eastern Shore Trail map
with map key and legend may be printed for use on the trail.
, a non-profit corporation, oversees the trail and plans to extend the trail to additional communities in the future.