Alabama Scenic River Trail

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Alabama Scenic River Trail

Trail Overview

The Alabama Scenic River Trail is the longest river trail in a single state. It passes through the heart of Alabama from northeast to southwest and in doing so, takes boaters through a wide variety of terrain, flora and fauna. 

Trail Length:

631 miles

Trail Location

The ASRT passes through the heart of Alabama from northeast to southwest, taking users through a wide variety of terrain, flora, and fauna.

Open Dates

Year-round

Hours of Operation

24 hours

Trail Mission Statement

The Alabama Scenic River Trail (ASRT) was established as a non-profit and trail system to reconnect citizens and visitors to Alabama’s rivers, as well as bring sustainable rural development to communities along the rivers in Alabama.

Uses and Activities

  • Boating, motorized
  • Boating, nonmotorized: Canoeing
  • Boating, nonmotorized: Kayaking
  • Boating, nonmotorized: Rafting
  • Boating, nonmotorized: Sailing
  • Boating, nonmotorized: Tubing
  • Camping
  • Fishing
  • Heritage and History
  • Swimming
  • Swimming: Wading
  • Wildlife Observation

Water Trail & Surrounding Surfaces

  • Water, rapids
  • Water, moderate moving
  • Water, slow moving
  • Water, still
  • Grass or vegetation
  • Rock, boulders
  • Rock, smooth
  • Sand
  • Soil

More Information

Visit the Alabama Scenic River Trail website.

Best Management Practices

This information was last updated on 4/26/2013 at 12:23 PM