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Oak Mountain State Park

Oak Mountain State Park

Oak Mountain State Park has 97 miles of trails for all ages and skill levels including:
  • 27 miles of equestrian trails exclusively for horses (no foot traffic or mountain bikes except for segments of a few multi-use trails)
  • 32 miles of hiking trails exclusively for foot traffic (no horses or mountain bikes)
  • 38 miles of mountain bike trails (the only OMSP trails that allow mountain bikes - however foot traffic is allowed - no horses)
Buck Creek Greenway

Buck Creek Greenway – Alabaster

Buck Creek Trail contains approximately 3 miles of walking and biking paths with a 1.5 mile linear main trail.

Dunnavant Valley Trail

Dunnavant Valley Greenway

The Dunnavant Valley Greenway runs approximately 1.8 miles one way along the North Fork of Yellow Leaf Creek between two trailheads. The southern trailhead is located within the SportsBlast 1996 Fields Complex adjacent to Hwy 280.

Heardmong Park Bridge

Heardmont Park Trail

The Heardmont Park walking trail is approximately one mile in length with other links that help to intra-connect the 74-acre family recreational park.

Helena Trail

Hillsboro Trail

The Hillsboro Trail contains over 3 miles of trail that will connect large residential communities with commercial development, an elementary and middle school, current and future parks and additional trails to Buck Creek.

Montevallo Greenway

Montevallo Greenway

The 2 mile trail begins at the existing Orr Park asphalt walking and biking trail at its closest approach to Island Street near the junction of Island Street and Middle Street.

Veterans Park Alabaster Trail on Hwy 119

Veterans Park Alabaster Trail on Hwy 119

The Veterans Park Alabaster trail covers approximately 2 miles and is located within a 90-acre park facility.

Veterans Park on Valleydale

Veterans Park on Valleydale

The Veterans Park on Valleydale trail is approximately 3.1 miles in length and is easily accessible from nearby schools, Jefferson State Community College and large residential developments.


Shelby County