Explore hundreds of acres filled with wildlife and various plant life in Foley, Alabama.
This stunning nature preserve features almost 500 acres of land and has a rich ecosystem. Walk amongst the wetlands, marshes, and forests and discover the natural beauty of Alabama's gulf coast along the trails. It is best to wear good hiking shoes since most of the trails are unpaved. The longest hike is the Creek Crawl Trail, which is 4.3-miles round-trip and takes you up and around all the different natural habitats. An ADA-accessible boardwalk trail is located near the Interpretive Center. Guided trail hikes are available upon request for groups of 5 or more.
Bird watching is a popular activity at Graham Creek Nature Preserve. They also have three separate disc golf courses, picnic areas, and a play garden available. Visitors who are interested should look into doing a 2-mile kayak run while they're here. The nature center is open daily from dawn to dusk, and the interpretive center is open Monday through Friday from 10 am to 4 pm, and Saturday from 10 am to 2 pm. All nature lovers will enjoy their time at Graham Creek Nature Preserve, no matter the season.