North Loop Trail
Segment of the Conecuh Trail
The trail is a long loop, taking about 7 hours to hike. The hiking itself is easy, as the trail is flat, climbing only the occasional low hill.
The trail holds many interesting sights, as it passes by large ponds and through marshes, forest, and open fields. Some of the animals that call the area around the trail home are alligators, wild turkeys, foxes, deer, and several different species of frogs.
Directions: Google Directions
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|Miles||Trail Name||Short Description|
|0||Conecuh Trail||Trail through Conecuh National Forest|
|2||Open Pond Trail||Trail through the southern end of Conecuh National Forest|
|2||Five Runs Loop Trail||Trail along its namesake creek in the Conecuh National Forest|
|16||Wiregrass Trail||Blackwater River State Forest in Northwest Florida|
|26||Jackson Red Ground Trail||Blackwater River State Forest in northwest Florida|