ResidentsVisitorsBusinessRecreation
Click to Home

Go To Search
RSSPrintEmail
FacebookTwitterYouTubeNixle
Black Creek Trail System

Noccalula Falls Multi-purpose trails consist of 8 trails and connectors for those who enjoy walking, running, hiking and bicycling. The Black Creek Trail  (1.7miles)  is a gravel path which can be entered beside the wedding chapel located at Noccalula Falls Campground; it is a peaceful, scenic walk  where you can enjoy the beauty of your surroundings. The following trails have been cut through the rugged outdoors for those who truly enjoy being surrounded by the sights and sounds of nature. The trails connect with each other and you will find markers throughout the area to help you on your journey. Whatley Trail (1.0 miles) has a moderate technical terrain with rocks and rougher areas. Moonshine Ridge (0.7 miles) flows with a moderate elevation change. Cascade (0.6 miles) flows with only a minor elevation change. Family Loop (0.6 miles) was designed with families in mind, the terrain is easy with only a minor elevation change. Jeep Hill  Loop (1.0miles) is more strenuous with moderate elevation changes. Jeep Hill Connector (0.3 miles) has the most elevation change of all trails for those that enjoy pushing the limits. Also, at the lower end of Black Creek Trail you will find Black Creek Bend (0.7miles) which is flat and flows along Black Creek. All trails are color coded on the map and also along the trails. We hope you enjoy the natural beauty that the trails have to offer, remember you may encounter wildlife along the way, please do not disturb them or their habitat.  Motorized vehicles of any kind are not allowed on the trails. Additional trails to be added soon.

Guided Tours
Guided tours will be held every 2nd and 4th Saturday during the months of April, May, June, September, and October weather permitting. Walking tours wil leave Campground office at 9am and will last approx 2 hours. Approximately 2 miles of trails will be covered in the tour. No restroom is available during tour. Ed Whatley will be the tour guide. You can call 256-549-4680 for additional information.

Map