Alabama Eastern Shore Trail
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Eastern Shore Trail

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The Eastern Shore is a paved trail that runs along the Eastern Shore of Mobile Bay in Alabama. The trail runs from the USS Alabama Memorial Park at Battleship Causeway to Mullet Point. It passes through Spanish Fort, Daphne, Fairhope and Point Clear.

This trail is urban and offers excellent views of Mobile Bay and ample opportunities for siteseeing, dining and shopping. The trail is a combination of many sidewalks and paved trail segments and may not be well marked. Be sure to have good maps handy.

Highlights of the Eastern Shore Trail

One stop Eastern Shore trail that should not be missed is the The USS Alabama warship. It is a WWII battleship museum ship for touring and there is a nearby hanger full of old aircraft for public viewing as well.

Gator Alley Boardwalk in Daphne is a half mile boardwalk over D'Olive Creek for viewing wildlife including alligators, turtles and cormorants.

Downtown Fairhope is great stop for lunch, shopping and touring. There are stores, boutiques, restuarants and The Eastern Shore Art Center.

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Eastern Shore Trail Facts

  • Length: 32 Miles
  • Surface: Paved
  • State: Alabama
  • Start/End Points: USS Alabama Memorial Park at Battleship Causeway / Mullet Point

Do you have some great photos of your Eastern Shore Trail journey?
Send them to estal@RailsToTrails.us. We'll include them on the site.

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