Conecuh National Forest has 20 miles of hiking trails. The trails were build by the Youth Conservation Corps and each year, beginning in 1976, the youth extend the trails through the park.

The southern loop of the Conecuh Trail leads you to Blue Springs. Blue Springs is a natural spring with icy blue water. Along the way to the spring, you will cross several streams. Bridges have been built across the streams so hikers won’t get their feet wet ;).

The park is open year round but hiking during the winter is much more pleasant than hiking in the summer because of the bugs. The park does allow deer hunts so you will want to check with the district office before heading out on your trip if its in deer season.

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