Shackleford Point Trail
Trail from to Shackleford Point in Oak Mountain State Park
The trail begins at the South Trailhead, passing the impressive Peavine Falls on its way to the highest peak in the park: Shackleford Point. From here, the trail follows the ridgeline to the North Trailhead.
A shuttle is available.
Directions: Google Directions
|( 0 reviews out of 5) based on|
|Trail viewed 2155 times|
User: Eddie Brown Title: Shackleford Point Trail Rating:
Date: Fri Jul-01-2011
Trip Type: Day Hike
Shackleford Point Trail Report:
Shackleford Point in Oak Mountain State Park, Alabama.
We went in from the North Trailhead. It was rocky and buggy. Excellent markings on the trail. Nice parking at North Trailhead. Info boards at start of trail complete with detailed map and elevation drawing. NO birdseye views from top, just lots of trees and rocks on the ridge. Other views available in other parts of the park which allow you to view Birmingham area. See this link for photos from year 2011.
|Miles||Trail Name||Short Description|
|1||Peavine Falls Trail||Most direct trail to Peavine Falls in Oak Mountain State Park|
|5||South Rim Trail (Oak Mountain State Park)||Trail up and along Double Oak Mountain|
|5||Foothills Trail||Trail along the foothills of Oak Mountain State Park|
|20||Tannehill Historic Trail||Loop through Tannehill Ironworks Historical State Park|
|60||Lakeshore Trail (Lake Chinnabee)||Loop around Lake Chinnabee|