Redoubt Trail Loop

Trail through the historic Blakeley State Park


Description:

To reach the beginning of the loop, hikers must walk 0.1 mile on Benjamin Trail to reach Randall Trail, then continue on Randall Trail for a short time to reach Redoubt Trail Loop, about 0.5 mile into the hike.

The trail follows a small ridge past entrenchments, foxholes, and redoubts used in what is called "the last major battle of the Civil War". Wilkins Hall Pond, located about a mile and a half into the hike, is a good place to find pelicans and turtles, and sometimes even alligators.

Congress has designated the area as a "Class A Civil War Site", and it is part of the National Civil War Trail List.


Directions: Google Directions

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State: Alabama
County: Baldwin
Latitude: 30.7402000427
Longitude: -87.923500061
Length: 6.1 miles
Difficulty: 3
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