There’s a legit new trail at Wheeler Wildlife National Refuge in Decatur, Alabama that made for a lovely spring weekend dog walk recently. Granted, most trails feel like new trails in Alabama to me after living away from home for 20 years. This trail is new to everyone, though; it’s only been open for a little over a year.

While I’ve not had time to explore the many walking trails Alabama has throughout the state, I do walk a lot locally in North Alabama. That’s because my dog count has grown by one for each of the three years I have been back home. It is not at all easy to walk two big shepherd mixes and a young, stocky squirrel dog in a pack. They’re barely civilized at home.

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We think you’ll love this new trail at Wheeler National Wildlife Refuge, whether you do a dog walk, an easy jog, or a pleasant bike ride. You can read more reviews about this easy hiking and biking trail in Alabama via AllTrails before you go. Let us know all about your experience when you give it a try. Dog reviews are always welcomed, too.

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