Dancy Bottom Trail

Located in bottomland hardwoods near Flint Creek


Description:

Located in bottomland hardwoods near Flint Creek, this 2.5 mile round trip trail offers a wide variety of scenery. During winter months, waterfowl use the slough near the trail and can sometimes be seen. Deer, squirrels, rabbits, woodpeckers, and many other species of wildlife are often encountered along this trail. This is an unimproved trail and is not universally accessible. From the Visitor Center, go east on Highway 67 for 1.7 miles to the traffic-light at Indian Hills Road. Turn right. Go approximatly 3.1 miles, turn right onto Red Bank Road. The short road to the parking area is located about 1.7 miles on the right just before the bridge over Flint creek. The trail is open daily, daylight hours only


Directions: Google Directions

From the Visitor Center, go east on Highway 67 for 1.7 miles to the traffic-light at Indian Hills Road. Turn right. Go approximately 3.1 miles, turn right onto Red Bank Road. The short road to the parking area is located about 1.7 miles on the right just before the bridge over Flint creek.



State: Alabama
County: Morgan
Latitude: 34.548
Longitude: -86.9505
Length: 2.5 miles
Difficulty: 3
Rating
( 0.0 out of 5) based on 0 reviews
Trail viewed 1284 times
Have a picture of this trail? Upload a Picture
Hiked this Trail? Create a new Trail Report


Other nearby trails
Miles Trail Name Short Description
0 Flint Creek Trail See various species of plant and animal life associated with an oak-hickory forest
19 Rainbow Mountain Trail Features Balance Rock a 100 foot balanced boulder
30 Land Trust Loop Loop along the western side of Monte Sano Mountain
30 Old Railroad Bed Trail The Land Trust's Monte Sano Preserve consists of over 1,120 acres with 18 miles of public trails
31 McKay Hollow Trail Trail down the ridge of Monte Sano Mountain to O'Shaughnessy Point