South Rim Trail (Oak Mountain State Park)
Trail up and along Double Oak Mountain
The trail begins at the North Trailhead, climbing Double Oak Mountain and offering some stunning views of the valley below. The trail follows the bluffs until it reaches beautiful Peavine Falls, and, a half a mile later, the South Trailhead.
Overnight camping along the trail is permitted, and shuttles are available.
Directions: Google Directions
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|Miles||Trail Name||Short Description|
|0||Foothills Trail||Trail along the foothills of Oak Mountain State Park|
|3||Peavine Falls Trail||Most direct trail to Peavine Falls in Oak Mountain State Park|
|5||Shackleford Point Trail||Trail from to Shackleford Point in Oak Mountain State Park|
|24||Tannehill Historic Trail||Loop through Tannehill Ironworks Historical State Park|
|56||Lakeshore Trail (Lake Chinnabee)||Loop around Lake Chinnabee|