USS Alabama Historical Trail

Mobile, Alabama

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The city of Mobile is justly proud of its history and heritage, from the early Native Americans to the Europeans' first exploration of the region in 1528, through the Civil War, and into the city's present-day rejuvenation. This trail allows you to experience this history firsthand as you stroll by antebellum homes, historical museums, and old cemeteries. The route passes under towering live oaks draped in Spanish moss, making an archway above the road. Azaleas, blooming fiery red each spring, line the streets. Trail Surface: Concrete sidewalks and paved road.

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"The city of Mobile is justly proud of its history and heritage, from the early Native Americans to the Europeans' first exploration of the region in 1528, through the Civil War, and into the city's present-day rejuvenation.

This trail allows you to experience this history firsthand as you stroll by antebellum homes, historical museums, and old cemeteries. The route passes under towering live oaks draped in Spanish moss, making an archway above the road. Azaleas, blooming fiery red each spring, line the streets. Trail Surface: Concrete sidewalks and paved road."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Mobile
Distance: 6.5
Elevation Gain: Minimal
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Skill Level: Easy
Duration: 3 to 4 hours
Season: Open year-round
Trailhead Elevation: 10 feet
Top Elevation: 20 feet
Accessibility: Dog-friendly
Local Contacts: Fort Conde Visitor Center
Local Maps: USGS Mobile
Driving Directions: Directions to USS Alabama Historical Trail

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May 2018