Dog Friendly Hiking Trails in Tuscaloosa, AL

There are 3 dog friendly hiking trails in Tuscaloosa. 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 Tuscaloosa.

Pet Friendly Randall Family Park & Trailhead
Randall Family Park & Trailhead Randall Family Park & Trailhead in Tuscaloosa is a dog-friendly park and trail on the north side of the Black Warrior River. The trail is paved and goes along the river, which makes for the perfect stroll with Fido! The park also features many amenities like picnic tables, grills, a playground, a pavilion for gatherings, and lots of grassy fields, as well as a public art sculpture: “Dogs, dogs, dogs” by Birmingham Sculpture. See Details
Pet Friendly Hurricane Creek Park
Hurricane Creek Park Featuring a "lush biodiverse forest, gigantic sandstones, and a picturesque 1905 railroad trestle from the region's coal mining days," Hurricane Creek Park is dog-friendly! Leashed dogs are welcome to join their owners for hiking, canoeing, and splashing in the creek. The Park is open from dawn to dusk. Information on public access points to Hurricane Creek can be found on its official website. Owners are encouraged to wear rubber-soled shoes to protect their feet and prevent slipping. See Details
The University of Alabama Arboretum The University of Alabama Arboretum is pet-friendly. The University of Alabama Arboretum is a 60-acre arboretum located near the intersection of Veterans Memorial Parkway and Pelham Loop Road in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. The Arboretum's primary emphasis is on Alabama's native flora and fauna. The University of Alabama Arboretum is open every day of the week from 8am to 5pm. See Details
Lake Lurleen State Park Lake Lurleen State Park is a dog-friendly park in Coker, AL. The park features more than 23 miles of multi-use trails ranging from easy to moderate in difficulty. The trails hug the shoreline of Lake Lurleen and are open to both hikers and mountain bikers. The park also features a Nature Center, fishing, meeting facilities, paddleboats, swimming and a beach. 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. Dogs can not be left unattended and will be confiscated if left in a hot car more than 30 minutes. See Details