Jeff Friend Trail is a hiking trail in Baldwin County, Alabama. It is within Bon Secour National Wildlife Refuge. It is 0.8 miles long and begins at 8 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 1.5 miles with a total elevation gain of 23 feet. Near the trailhead there is a parking.
Jeff Friend Trail Professional Reviews and Guides
"This is a beautiful hike of exploration that takes you through the transitional maritime forests and wetlands of Alabama’s Gulf Coast. It includes the Centennial Trail, which gives you a chance to visit beautiful wetlands with wildflowers and waterfowl. For those of you with very young children, the 1-mile-long Jeff Friend Trail loop is a wonderful option where you can show them the wonders of nature as it takes you to the banks of Little Lagoon."
--Joe Cuhaj, Hiking the Gulf Coast (Falcon Guides).
"A perfect short hike for the entire family through the Bon Secour Wildlife Refuge takes you through pine and magnolia forests, wetlands, and to the beaches of Little Lagoon, where you can swim. Trail surface: Combination gravel-dirt trail; white sand along lagoon.If you are looking for a nice trip to the outdoors with the family—nothing too strenuous but with beauty, wildlife, and a little activity for the kids—then the Jeff Friend Trail is perfect. This short, 1-mile loop trail is located in the Bon Secour Wildlife Refuge, just north of the Gulf of Mexico.The refuge comprises 6,700 acres of coastal lands and was established by Congress on June 9, 1980."
--Joe Cuhaj, Hiking Alabama (Falcon Guides).
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