Where to Ride - For the Family

Gulf State Park- Hugh S. Branyon Backcountry Trail- Orange Beach, AL

This is a paved trail for pedestrians and cyclist.  The park entrance is less than a .25 mile from our Orange Beach store.  You can park at the store and ride the sidewalk right to the trail.  

There are parking lots in the state park as well to park at, all the 'P' on the map are parking lots.  The first trail head from the top on 161 (Orange Beach Blvd) is behind city hall you can park anywhere in the city hall parking lot there is also more parking behind the city hall building.  The second trailhead on 161 is at the street light to Marina Road.  The third trailhead on 161 is behind the water tower just passed Publix.

Eastern Shore Trail- Spanish Fort through Mullet Point Park

The Trail is a mixture of city sidewalks and paved trails used by walkers, jogger, strollers and casual bicyclists. The section of the trail from the  Battleship and along the Causeway is considered a“Connector” to the Eastern Shore Trail, as it is not a separated multi-use path, but rather a designated “Share the Road” roadway.

Blackwater Heritage State Trail- Milton, FL

Blackwater Heritage State Trail, the westernmost state rail-trail, winds through the historic town of Milton and extends eight miles north to join the U.S. Navy's 1.5-mile Military Heritage Trail, which ends at the Naval Air Station Whiting Field. The more than nine miles of paved trail offer an enjoyable trip through a quaint North Florida town and out into the countryside where wooden bridges cross several creeks and native wildflowers dot the landscape.

Rentals Available

Need a bike to explore the routes? check out our bike rentals, we have demo, triathlon, road, hybrid and kids bikes.