More Outdoor Fun
While Alabama’s Black Belt is a paradise for hunters and fishermen, there is so much more to do in the region. From canoeing the Alabama River and whitewater rafting on the Chattahoochee, to scenic birding, hiking and biking trails, to zip-lining and sporting clays, to golfing on some of the top courses on the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail, an outing in the Black Belt is an adventure.
Here are some ways to line up your outdoor escape.
The Alabama Black Belt region is home to three nationally acclaimed Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail courses – 144 holes ready to challenge golfers of any handicap. Book your golfing trip on the Robert Trent Jones Trail now. For more information, visit rtjgolf.com.
Get ready to enjoy a tranquil paddle on one of the most scenic stretches found along the Alabama Scenic River Trail right here in the Black Belt!
It’s time for some wild and wet fun on the south’s newest rapids. Yes, right here in Alabama’s Black Belt.
Sharpen your target skills before heading to the woods. There are several private and public facilities available to help you take perfect aim. Or, you can enjoy a competitive outing with friends busting clays.
Four major birding trails in Alabama’s Black Belt are part of the system. Statewide, the system of eight trails highlights the best public locations available to watch birds year-round, featuring 430 bird species.
Many of our region’s State Parks have developed fun trails that give access to the scenic natural resources that are so abundant in the Black Belt. Chewacla State Park sits at the base of the last of the Appalachian foothills.
The soft, but rugged, terrain in most areas of our State Parks and Wildlife Refuges provides a quality of life experience and a great adventure exploring the flora and fauna.