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
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
Have you ever hiked out to Red Mountain Park and left eager to know more about its history? Our Red Mountain Park Hikes are just for you! Hikes are led by Red Mountain Park staff and volunteers and take you deep into the Park to learn more about the Park’s history and forest. Back
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 |
We are hosting a #NationalTrailsDay Scavenger Hunt on Saturday, June 2 from 9AM to 7PM at Red Mountain Park. Come out for a unique day out on the trails. Free Oats 'n Honey Crunchy Granola bars donated by Nature Valley. Prizes from Red Mountain Park, Cahaba Cycles, Carlile's BBQ, and First Avenue Rocks, and Urban Pops!
We’ve combined hiking along our trails with the relaxation of yoga. The Outdoor Classroom provides an ideal place for posing, but we’ll meet at the Park Entrance & hike in together as a group; all fitness levels welcome. Please register for the class here to hold your spot; limited space available. First come, first served
You may notice that a few changes to our Goat Browse Program are occurring. As of August 15th, the herd has returned to their home in Virginia, having done an exceptional job here at Red Mountain Park. Don't be sad! Browsing was so successful, that we are now pursuing a locally based program fueled by