Bike-Sharing at Gulf State Park: Share the Trails, Share the Wheels
Whether you’re a biking expert or a newbie rider, exploring the scenic beauty of the Hugh S. Branyon Backcountry Trails on two wheels is a must-do activity in Gulf Shores and Orange Beach.
If you want to experience everything the trail system has to offer (and you do), you’ll need to cover a sprawling 28 miles. On foot, that can be a challenge. But we have a solution to keep you from getting wheely tired as you explore the Backcountry Trails - do it by bike!
Like the rest of the area, the Gulf State Park has worked hard to make themselves bike-friendly. With broad, paved trails that wind through unmatched scenery and easy-to-read maps to help you explore, riding the Backcountry Trails is a dream from your comfy bike seat. And, to make the park bike-accessible to all, the park has a bike-sharing program that makes it easier than ever to explore its beauty on two wheels.
Read on for everything you need to know about getting your wheels to bike the Backcountry Trails.