Joe Wheeler Blue Trail Loop

#1 of 1 trails in Joe Wheeler State Park
Joe Wheeler Blue Trail Loop is a 1 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Rogersville, AL that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible from March until November. Dogs are also able to use this trail.

1.0 miles 111 feet Loop
dog friendly kid friendly birding hiking nature trips trail running walking forest views wild flowers wildlife
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wonderful views of the lake, bird watching, wildlife This trail follows the shore line along wheeler lake. Its a pretty hike with nice overlooks and plenty of wildlife. This park is not made for hikers. It is a resort park so don't expect alot of company on the trails, nor much support as far as maps. The one map I did find seemed to bear nothing in relationship to the actual trail length nor the trail location. However this little gem of a hike is very well maintained (almost too well in places it looked like the trail was cut by a small bulldozer) and it looked like it was rarely used. There were lots of little suprises on the way like some near record size trees and in one place something that looked like a remote weather station.

Brian Sommers
2 months ago

5 Completed5 Reviews

Nice well-kept trail along the lake/river

Jaye Slaton
2 years ago

6 Completed1 Reviews

Great view! Good place to take younger kids to get them away from electronic devices. Beautiful trees,wildlife and birds.I've lived here 37 years and have always enjoyed it.

Joey Morris
2 years ago

25 Completed22 Reviews

Nice short hike. Loops through the woods next to the river. Worth hiking if you are in the area.

Mary Woodis
4 years ago

16 Completed17 Reviews

We always try to do this hike whenever we take our camper to Joe Wheeler State Park. It is a pretty hike and you will always see plenty of deer.

Keith Winburn
4 years ago

13 Completed14 Reviews

Todd Oyen
5 years ago

20 Completed9 Reviews

Easy hike. There are a few pretty views of the Tennessee River. If you like to see deer this is the place to go! Saw more than 30 on my last visit.