Yearling Trail (RBSP)

  • Honey Bee on a palmetto bloom. Both are common on this trail.
  • Look out for Gopher Tortoise along this hike.

Hiking

Dogs Yes

Bird Watching

Fall Foliage

lake

1 (miles)

 Very Easy

Out & Back

Minimal (Elev. Δ - ft)

Georgia

Yearling Trail is a very easy hike in Reed Bingham State Park near Albany, Georgia. This trail is kid friendly and dog friendly, so long as your furry kids are on leash. The park says "this 1.0-mile connector trail links the Little River Loop and the Birdwalk Trail to the northern tip of the park at Red Roberts Landing. The trail climbs steadily from bottomland forest to high river bluff providing scenic overlooks of the beautiful Little River. The forested bluff is dominated by pines and palmettos with an occasional gopher tortoise burrow." During the winter months thousands of “buzzards,” both black vultures and turkey vultures, roost in the trees and soar in skies above the park. There is camping available in Reed Bingham State Park.

Red Tape

Entrance and Camping Fees
Contact: Reed Bingham State Park 542 Reed Bingham Road Adel, GA 31620

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