Dog Friendly Hiking Trails in Leeds, AL

There are 11 dog-friendly hiking trails within 20 miles of Leeds. Use the links below to get an overview of each one, see pictures, print directions, and even read reviews from other dog owners. Coming from out of town? Get a discounted rate on pet friendly hotels in Leeds.

Pet Friendly Red Mountain Park
Red Mountain Park Visit Red Mountain Park, a nonprofit organization in Birmingham, AL featuring 1,500 wooded acres. Visitors can enjoy 20 dog-friendly miles of walking, hiking and mountain biking trails, Remy’s Dog Park, and beautiful destination sites – the historic Redding Hoist House, three treehouse views and glimpses of iron ore mine entrances. Dogs must remain on a leash while not in the dog park. See Details
Pet Friendly Moss Rock Preserve
Moss Rock Preserve Moss Rock Preserve is a beautiful 349-acre nature preserve in Hoover, AL, abundant with trees and plants, rock outcroppings, streams, waterfalls, wildlife and other unique natural features. There are nearly 12 miles of dog-friendly hiking footpaths, as well as "Boulder Field" which is a favorite among rock climbers. Dogs are allowed throughout the park; they must be on no more than a 6-foot leash and under their owner's control at all times. See Details
Oak Mountain State Park Oak Mountain State Park is a dog-friendly park in Pelham, AL. Mountain biking and hiking are two of the most popular activities at the park. With more than 50 miles of trails, visitors have plenty of options to choose from be it a short loop or an overnight trip. Dogs are welcome in most areas of the park as long as they are leashed. Bike and horseback riding trails may not allow dogs for safety reasons. Dogs are not allowed in stores, food service areas, bathhouse, pool or swimming areas. Fido cannot be left unattended and will be confiscated if left in a hot car more than 30 minutes. See Details
Ruffner Mountain At over 1,000 acres in size, pet-friendly Ruffner Mountain in Birmingham, AL provides visitors with over 11 miles of scenic hiking trails in a protected urban area. Bring Fido to the Overlook Trail via Quarry Trail, one of the park's most popular hikes that leads to awesome views across Birmingham's skyline. Just remember that all dogs must be on a leash at all times, and owners must clean up after their pets. See Details
Jemison Park Jemison Park in Mountain Brook, NJ, is a 54-acre linear park designed for preservation as a greenway. Enjoy the scenic views, dog-friendly walking and jogging trails, or enjoy a picnic with Fido. There are dog stations throughout the park, picnic tables and benches. The one-mile concrete trail connects with the Nature Trail and the Watkins Trace Trail. Because it is tied in with the City’s sidewalk system, it is easily accessible. There are also several parking spaces along Mountain Brook Parkway for parking. Owls, hawks, raccoons, and fox are among the animals residing in the area. See Details
Turkey Creek Nature Preserve Bring Fido to check out the five miles of hiking trails (paved and unpaved) that wind up and down the whitewater beauty of the pet-friendly Turkey Creek Nature Preserve in Pinson, AL. There are excellent swimming areas for your pup, however, be warned that there is a slight current so small dogs need to be watched closely. See Details
McCallum Park McCallum Park is a pet-friendly secluded park in Vestavia Hills, AL featuring pavilions, trails and a large, open green space. There are also grills to cook over open flames (personal grills not allowed in parks), and Little Shades Creek meanders through the park. It is located at the end of Rosemary Lane off of Rocky Ridge Road. See Details
Railroad Park Enjoy the beauty of Railroad Park's vibrant green space in the heart of downtown Birmingham, AL with your pup. This pet-friendly park offers walking trails, picnic or play games on the nine acres of open lawn, and many exciting Birmingham events throughout the year. Your dog must be leashed at all times. Some special events may not be pet-friendly. See Details
Kiwanis Vulcan Trail The Kiwanis Vulcan Trail is one of 1600 rail-trails supported by Rails-to-Trails Conservancy, a nonprofit organization that is working to create a nationwide network of trails from former rail lines and connecting corridors. Previously an unused railroad corridor, this "rail-trail" is now a great place to walk Fido in Birmingham! The map below shows a parking area with convenient access to the Kiwanis Vulcan Trail. Rails-to-Trails Conservancy has generously provided map data for this trail to Bring Fido for informational purposes only. For more detailed trail information, please visit See Details
CityWalk CityWalk is a pet-friendly outdoor recreation area in Birmingham, AL. Leashed dogs are invited to join their owners in exploring this urban park, which offers an array of activities for the whole family. Amenities include a skate park, roller skating rink, amphitheater, pickleball court, playground and The Barkery dog park. Dogs must be leashed when visiting the park unless within the designated dog park area. See Details
Rotary Trail The Rotary Trail in Birmingham, AL is a 4-block-long trail connecting Railroad Park to Sloss Furnaces, two of the city's most significant landmarks. It's part of the larger Jones Valley Trail and represents Birmingham's industrial heritage while promoting outdoor activities and community engagement. The trail is famously marked by a large, iconic "Rotary Trail in the Magic City" sign. The Rotary Trail features beautifully landscaped areas, benches, and lighting, making it a popular dog-friendly spot. Please leash and clean up after Fido during your visit. See Details
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