Bartram National Recreation Trail

Area Status: Open
This area is Open
 

The scenic Bartram Trail is the first trail in Alabama to be designated a National Recreation Trail. The trail runs thru the Tuskegee National Forest for about eight and one half (8 1/2) miles. The Bartram Trail passes through various types fo forest wildlife habitat. Trail hikers can see a wide variety of wild flowers and flowering trees, including dogwood and magnolias. Bartram Trail hikers may also get a fleeting glimpse of deer, turkey, or other wildlife as they scurry through the forest.

At a Glance

Current Conditions: Bartram Trail Closure locations:
  • Bartram Trailhead Parking (South) at intersection of County Road 53 and Forest Service Road 913
  • Bartram Trail Parking Area at intersection of FSR 900 along Choctafaula Creek
  • Bartram Trail Parking Area at intersection of FSR 900 and Hwy. 186/80 near the Pleasant Hill Trailhead Parking Area (North)
  • Bartram Trail Parking and Access Area near the Tuskegee District Office trail crossing location
Open Season: All year
Usage: Light
Water: None
Restroom: None
Operated By: Forest Service

Recreation Map

Map showing recreational areas. Map Information

Activities


Bicycling

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Hiking

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Nature Viewing

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Viewing Plants



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