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March 27, 2020 Update

As the weekend approaches, we wanted to share some park updates: Thanks to those of you who have joined as members in the past week! Y'all are amazing. Be on the lookout for an exciting member update next Wednesday. For more information on park membership, click HERE. The park will remain open to the public

2020-03-27T08:18:59-05:00News & Press Releases, Trails|

March 17th, 2020 Update

*NEW UPDATE HERE*: redmountainpark.org/march27update We are pleased to share that Red Mountain Park’s 15 miles of multi-use trails will remain open to the public from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. seven days a week until further notice. The large and special needs dog parks of Remy’s Dog Park will also remain open. The small dog park

2020-03-27T08:46:59-05:00Uncategorized|

Red Mountain Park hires new Director of Community Engagement

Tuesday, October 1, 2019: The Red Mountain Park Foundation is pleased to announce Jerri Haslem as Red Mountain Park’s new Director of Community Engagement. Haslem will work to increase the community’s connection to the Park. As director of community engagement, she will cultivate relationships with neighborhoods, civic groups, local businesses and public officials to raise

Join us for Membership Weekend: August 24th & 25th!

This weekend we’ll be celebrating YOU—our Park guests and Members who love and use Red Mountain Park—and we hope you’ll join in the fun! From 8am-2pm on Saturday, August 24th and 7am-2pm on Sunday, August 25th, join us at the Frankfurt Drive entrance for fun, FREE, family-friendly activities. You’ll also have an opportunity to deepen

2020-03-30T16:07:19-05:00Uncategorized|

High Ore Line Trail & Venice Road Entrance Now Open

The Venice Road Entrance to Red Mountain Park and the High Ore Line connection is now open to the public. The High Ore Line Trail starts in Midfield at the Jefferson County Western Health Center and runs three miles along an old railroad line where it ties into Red Mountain Park’s new entrance and parking

2019-08-05T11:06:03-05:00Uncategorized|

Have you checked out the Butler Snow Sensory Trail?

Butler Snow Sensory Trail is officially open! Funds for this trail were generously contributed by Butler Snow Foundation. This sensory trail is designed for children and adults with developmental differences who have a curiosity for our natural world. The trail was also designed with people who have low vision and/or low hearing in mind. This trail

2019-03-19T15:00:15-05:00Uncategorized|

Are you ready to hit the trails?

Summer may not officially start until June 21st, but the summer plants, insects, and temperatures are here now! Before you and your pet hit the trials this summer review these articles on staying hydrated, avoiding ticks, and looking out for poisonous plants! Hydration Basics | Hot Weather Hiking | Look Out for Poisonous Plants |

2018-08-31T14:11:42-05:00Trails, Uncategorized|

Show Dad Some Love this Father’s Day

With the gift of a Red Mountain Park Membership your Dad receives exclusive benefits at The Park, local retailers, restaurants & venues to enjoy with your family all year!  As an added bonus we are throwing in a RMP logo shirt! When you purchase the gift leave the t-shirt size in the comments box! Make

2018-06-07T07:42:52-05:00Uncategorized|

Notice anything missing?

Before After The Alabama Department of Environmental Management recently finished up seven month cleanup at the Park! 20,900 tires and 4,197 tons of trash including mattresses, glass, and scrap metal were removed from the Park. For the full story check out Bham Now!

2018-06-07T07:22:01-05:00Uncategorized|
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