Five Runs Loop Trail
Trail along its namesake creek in the Conecuh National Forest
The loop passes Buck Pond and Ditch Pond, runs along Five Runs Creek, and crosses Conecuh Trail several times. The marshes along the way are a great place to see amphibians and reptiles in the spring.
Another place of interest along the trail is Alligator Hole, which is found about 50 feet from the trail .3 mile into the hike. The small pond can be a good place to find alligators, but take care not to approach or molest them.
The trail is flat and easy to walk, save one steep hill located near the end of the hike.
Directions: Google Directions
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|Miles||Trail Name||Short Description|
|0||Open Pond Trail||Trail through the southern end of Conecuh National Forest|
|2||North Loop Trail||Segment of the Conecuh Trail|
|2||Conecuh Trail||Trail through Conecuh National Forest|
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