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TOP Trails

It is challenging off-road trails for quads, side by sides and single track bikes that wind through thousands of acres at the foot of Alabama’s highest point on the old Coosa River/Brecon Annex property. It is breathtaking vistas — an outdoorsman’s dream come true and a place the whole family can enjoy.

Welcome to TOPTRAILS. We didn’t get the name by accident. Because of the unique and wide variety of riding conditions for many different kinds of vehicles and riding styles, the park is quickly becoming one of the top off-road trail destination points in the South and eventually will be one of the top destinations in the nation.

It is more than 2,800 acres of pure adventure and unrivaled fun in north Talladega County, Alabama, centrally located between Birmingham and Atlanta just a 15-minute drive off I-20.

www.toptrails.net

Directions/Address:The Top Trails Park at the Coosa River Brecon Annex is located between the cities of Lincoln and Talladega, Alabama, approximately 20 minutes south of Interstate 20. From I-20 take exit 168 onto AL-77 South toward Talladega/Lincoln. After about 10 miles, you’ll take a left at the red light onto AL-275 N (it’s brand new and some signs aren’t even up yet). Follow that for about 3.4 miles then make a left turn onto Welch Avenue (there is no street sign yet).  There is one very small Top Trails sign just before the turn with an arrow pointing to the right.  You’ll know you’re on the right road because it turns to gravel pretty soon and you’ll pass a water treatment facility on the right.  As you approach the gate, just stop so that you can pay the entry fee to the guards.

Though there is no official street address for the park entrance, the Google GPS map coordinates for the turnoff from the bypass are: 33.469817, -86.063624

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