Perdido River Trail

The Perdido River tract, found in Baldwin County, is made of of 3,500 acres.
The Perdido River trail will be approximately 27-miles upon completed.

Overview A beautiful 18,000 acre Forever Wild and DCNR property along the banks of the black water river that borders Florida and Alabama the new Perdido River Trail, when completed, will route hikers past pitcher plant bogs, through pine savannah, past beautiful white sandbars, and offer plenty of opportunities for viewing wildlife, wildflowers, and swimming. 

Perdido Trail
Length: Approximately 27-miles (when completed) 
Difficulty: Easy to Moderate (moderate due to length) 

The Perdido Tract offers:

* Primative Hiking and Camping 
* Wide variety of flora and fauna 
* Hunting 
* Fishing, Bird Watching 
* Canoeing, Bicycling 
Read more at Outdoor Alabama Here

View Perdido Trailhead N30 39.488' / W87 24.206' in a larger map 

Download Perdido Maps
Download Perdido River Tract Map (PDF format) 
Download Perdido River Tract Addition Map (PDF format) 
Perdido River Part of the Alabama Trail, Section 1