It’s no secret Alabama is well known for its beautiful white-sand beaches. Even though some of these beaches are better known than others, they’re all quite amazing. Listed below are eight secluded beaches in Alabama that may not be as popular as some other beaches in the state, but they’re still worthy of a visit. They’re also far less crowded.

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Have you been to any of these eight secluded beaches in Alabama? If so, please let us know in the comments. Also, share with us your favorite beach spot in Alabama, whether it’s hidden or not.

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For more information about Dauphin Island, be sure to take a look at the following article: Dauphin Island, A Small Coastal Town, Was Recently Named The Best Place To Visit In Alabama.

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Hidden Beaches In Alabama

What are the most beautiful lakes in Alabama?

Now that you know about some of the best hidden beaches in Alabama, you may be curious about which of the state's lakes are the most visually impressive.

  • One of the most stunning lakes in Alabama is Lewis Smith Lake, situated along the Black Warrior River, this is believed to be one the clearest lakes in the state and is well worth a gander. It is great for water sports like boating and fishing, and there is even a large cliff jump for the daredevils out there.
  • While Lewis Smith is a notable favorite, we have also taken the time to compile a list of some of the can't-miss lakes in Alabama that you'll surely want to visit.

What are the most picturesque hiking trails in Alabama?

The following are some of the most picturesque hiking trails in Alabama:

  • If you are looking for easy hikes in Alabama that still pack a scenic punch, we have put together a collection of some of our favorites.
  • If you're a more experienced hiker and want to lace up your boots for a tougher day on the trails, we recommend the Odum Trail to Odum Point hike near Linesville Alabama, at over seven miles long and with some tough brambles to trek through, this hike is for the experienced, but the three waterfalls along the way make it more than worth your while.

Are there any natural lazy rivers in Alabama?

Multiple lazy rivers in Alabama are just awesome for canoeing, swimming, and of course, some good old-fashioned tubing. Check out the following:

  • Flint River
  • Terrapin Creek
  • Cypress Creek
  • Another favorite is Styx River, one of the best in the state for tubing.

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