The lights are hung, trees decorated and cooler weather is blowing in. It’s one of our favorite times of the year to get outdoors.
It’s time to get outside in the sunshine with your furry friends. In the Pensacola Area and even a few short day-trips, there are some nice trails to enjoy with your dog.
For those of you living in the Pensacola Bay Area, you may be wondering where you can go to escape the cube and enjoy the natural landscapes of northwest Florida. Of course you really just have to open the door and go for a walk, yet for those who want to get out in nature, here are our top 5 hiking picks in the Pensacola Bay Area.
The western most section of northwest Florida is considered the gateway to Florida. Here at Outdoor Gulf Coast we consider it the gateway to all Florida adventures. Beginning in this area of Pensacola there are many hiking adventures awaiting you.
Graham Creek Nature Preserve has 484 acres located in Foley, Alabama. The beautiful preserve is an ideal place to explore the outdoors. The park includes a canoe and kayak launch, hiking trails, bike trails, disc golf, wildlife viewing areas and a pavilion and picnic area.