Lagoon Park Trail - Montgomery, AL
Lagoon Park Trail has about 5 miles of mountain biking to enjoy in East Montgomery. It is family friendly with plenty of wide open spaces for kids. It is a partnership of businesses with Friends of the Montgomery Clean City Commission, 501 (c) (3). The vision includes expanding the facilities at Lagoon Park to create a trail through the acres and acres of land surrounding the sports fields and golf complex. Encourage businesses in this area to partner with us as we seek to improve the health and wellness of River Region and Montgomery Families and create an eco-friendly outdoor classroom for studies and team-building. You can find more information on the Lagoon Park Trail plans at www.LagoonParkTrail.com.
Lagoon Park Trail Rules
This Trail is designed for biking, walking & running.
Use the Trail responsibly and enjoy!
All pets must be on leash and under your control.
Please remove all trash from the Trail. Do NOT Litter and
practice “Leave No Trace” ethics.
Runners and hikers, give way to bike riders on the cross county trails
Bikers, give way to hikers and runners on the main trails.
Bike riders must wear helmets.
No motorized vehicles on the Trail.
No camping or campfires without prior permission.
Use only open and existing marked trails.
Do not modify the Trail without prior permission.
Avoid use of Trail after heavy rains to prevent trail damage.
For Trail Information, sponsorship details or to volunteer,
contact Ed Grimes at EGrimes@MyMAX.com
Parking is available at either end of the trail: (1) near Pete Peterson Lodge (GPS 32.415771, -86.225443 or 2635 Gunter Park Drive East, Montgomery, AL 36109) or (2) near the 3-way STOP Sign intersection of Lagoon Park Drive & Gunter Park Drive East (GPS 32.401191, -86.226696 or across the street from 2770 Gunter Park Dr East, Montgomery, AL 36109).
Swayback Bridge Trail - Wetumpka, AL
This trail by Lake Jordan features 12 miles of mountain biking. The trail is almost completely singletrack with some tight technical sections along with some steep climbs and decents. It is especially beautiful in the spring when the wild azaleas are blooming along the lake. Mile markers and direction arrows are present on the trail. Maps of trail are available at trailhead. For more information, check out Trails of Legend