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Rock Bridge Canyon Equestrian Park

Glenn Wheeler

Located in northwest Alabama, Rock Bridge Canyon Equestrian Park offers over 27 miles of trails boasting waterfalls, a natural rock bridge, scenic overlooks, and breathtaking views. For the adventurous rider, there are challenging trails and there are less challenging trails for a more leisurely ride. While the Park is an equestrian trail, walking and hiking trails are also offered. The one-mile breathtaking hiking trail through the Canyon offers waterfalls, rock formations, natural drinking springs, beautiful plant life and maybe even a few of our native wildlife friends. Our trails are clearly marked with ribbons to help you find your way through.

Visitors to Rock Bridge Canyon Equestrian Park can plan an overnight trip and choose from a cabin or primitive or full hookup campsites. Located along the trail in Rock Bridge Canyon there are campsites equipped with power boxes that can accommodate 30 amp, 50 amp, and 110 amp hookups with water, sewer, and stalls. For more information, visit www.rockbridgecanyon.com.

Trail Distance

27 miles

Trail Rules and Restrictions

In order to use the trails, everyone must check in at the camp store, located at the Equestrian Park (1942 Hwy 172, Hodges, AL 35571). The camp store is open from 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. When Hikers check in they will need to complete a hiking/ walking registration form and sign a release of liability, before they enjoy our trails and park.