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Forest Heritage Tree Trail

The Tree Trail is an approximately 1.1 mile loop that begins and ends at the Forest Heritage Center. The trail winds down the hill to Beaver Creek, running along the floodplain of the creek, over a covered bridge and around back to the Forest Heritage Center. It requires a fairly easy walk with a couple …

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Cedar Bluff Trail

Located across from Dogwood Campground in the Beavers Bend State Park, the Cedar Bluff trail runs in an approximately 1 mile loop. The trail is designed to be hiked in a clockwise manner. Begin to your left and at each junction turn right and you will come out where you started. The trail is marked …

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Pine Ridge Trail

The Pine Ridge Trail, located in Beavers Bend State Park, is a figure-eight loop trail that is approximately 3/4 of a mile. The first loop begins right across from the tennis court, and branches to the right. It will lead you through pine and hardwood forests, by a sewage lagoon, then across the top of …

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South Park Trail

The South Park Trail starts at the southern end of the Beavers Bend Park, just below the old low-water dam. The trail is approximately 1 mile long and is a fairly easy walk to the creek with some hills. This trail is one of four major trail heads included in the David Boren Hiking Trail.

Beaver Creek Trail

The Beaver Creek Trail can be entered just up from the Nature Center in Beavers Bend State Park. You will enter near the Civilian Conservation Corps monument; the trail will cross the creek further upstream. An additional entrance is located off the Forest Heritage Tree Trail, which parallels a portion of the Beaver Creek Trail. …

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Lookout Mountain Trail

The Lookout Mountain Trail is approximately a 1.9 mile trek with a little rocky incline. The trail features a beautiful forest setting, with a hike that takes you up in elevation with stunning views from the top. The trail is located in Beavers Bend State Park with access located off state highway 259A. The Deer …

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Friends Trail

Located in Beavers Bend State Park, the Friends Trail is the perfect place to connect with nature with a scenic experience. The Friends Trail is the first new trail to be added to the park in 15 years. Friends Trail begins at Spillway Creek, below the dam and makes an approximate 1.5 mile loop. Friends …

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Challenging 3 Mile Loop

If you’re looking for a more rigorous 3 mile walk that also features more than one trail in Beavers Bend State Park, then of course the Challenging 3 Mile Loop Trail is perfect for you. Start at the Nature Center, head south on Beaver Creek Trail, then west on Lookout Mountain Trail and back on …

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Beaver Lodge Nature Trail

The Beaver Lodge Nature Trail is a one-way 3 mile trail that features a waterfall. The trail is primarily used for walking, hiking, camping and nature trips. You can start it either below the hydro-electric dam or just below the spillway. This is a wide trail except for a short section which connects area that …

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