Here are just a few of the popular paths to visit:

The Beauty & Diversity of The Backcountry Trail

Seven trails weave among six distinct ecosystems that make up more than 15 miles of the Hugh S. Branyon Backcountry Trail complex through Orange Beach, Gulf Shores, Alabama and the Gulf State Park. The trail is named for long-time Gulf State Park Superintendent Hugh Branyon, who managed the park from 1970 until retirement in 2009. The Trail was designated a National Recreation Trail in 2010 and is part of the Alabama Coastal Birding Trail and the Coastal Connection National Scenic Byway.

Download a trail map here: http://backcountrytrail.com/

Hugh Branyon Backcountry Trail

Robertsdale Bike and Walking Trail

In Roberstdale, a 1.7-mile lighted walking and bike path off-road running north and south on the East side of State Highway 59 from County Road 54 to East Silverhill Avenue. Travels through Honey Bee Park, a linear greenary adjacent to Downtown Robertsdale . Directions

The Fort Morgan Road Trail

From the shopping center at Alabama Highway 59 and Highway 180, this multi-use paved path parallels Fort Morgan Road (Highway 180), but most of the trail is tucked off road. Approx 10 miles round-trip to the Peninsula Golf and Racket Club. Directions.

Historic Blakeley State Park

Paved and unpaved trail, in Spanish Fort https://www.blakeleypark.com/ (park admission fee) Trail map

Pioneer Park Trail

In Summerdale, this walking trail starts at Pioneer Park and winds past the Town clock and old tobacco warehouse.

Loxley Park

Paved walking and riding path in Loxley, off Municipal Park Drive.

Baldwin County Bicentennial Park

Walking, biking loop inside 367-acre park in Stockton, North Baldwin County, passes small historic buildings that have been moved to the site.

Graham Creek Nature Preserve

500-acre habitat preserve with hiking and biking trails, in Foley (23030 Wolf Bay Drive). http://grahamcreekpreserve.org/