Graham Creek Nature Preserve contains numerous unpaved, rustic nature trails designed for hikers, off-road cyclists, and wildlife watchers. Preserve guests can also view the headwaters of Graham Creek and the memorial tree grove by utilizing the ADA-compliant trail and wetland boardwalk near the Interpretive Center.
The miles of marked and unmarked trails are great for people who want to take the well-trodden path and also for those who want to get away from the crowd and feel like they’re “in the middle of nowhere.” Trail maps are available for download, inside the Graham Creek Interpretive Center, and at two trail kiosks within the Preserve: one kiosk is at the fork on Stan Mahoney Lane and the other is in front of the Interpretive Center off Wolf Bay Drive. Trail conditions change seasonally and even daily with the weather, but common conditions for marked trails are listed on the back of the trail map.
If you have a group of 5+ people and would like to schedule a guided Trail Trot (hike) through portions of the nature trail system, please contact the City of Foley’s Environmental Department located at Graham Creek Interpretive Center in advance to request scheduling. Guided outdoor recreation is scheduled according to Environmental Department staff availability and weather conditions. Check the Events Calendar for scheduled and upcoming guided outdoor recreation events.