Multiple-Use Management and Corridor Sharing

 

Minooka Off-Highway Vehicle Park - Alabama

Multi-use trails.

The Minooka Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) Park will include:

  • Multi-use trails
  • Fishing lake with accessible walkways
  • Accessible fishing piers
  • Nature training facility
  • Rider education and training area
  • Full hook-up and primitive camp sites
  • General store
  • Day-use area
  • Bathhouse facilities

The trail is open for ATVs, mountain bikes, hiking, off-road motorcycles, and horseback riders.


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