Activities & Events

Hiking & Mountain Biking Trails & Scenic Views

Red Ore Zip Tour

Hugh Kaul Beanstalk Forest

Kaul Adventure Tower & Mega Zip

Remy’s Dog Park


NEW! Team Forging Team-Building

NEW! Nomad Rental

Red Mountain Park, in its current phase, consists of:

  • 12 miles of hiking trails
  • 7 miles of mountain biking trails
  • 2 miles of flat walking trails ideal for easier use and strollers
  • Red Ore Zip Tour Zip Line Tour
  • Hugh Kaul Beanstalk Forest
  • Remy’s Dog Park
  • Kaul Adventure Tower
  • Mega Zip at the Kaul Adventure Tower

And these hiking destinations:

  • SkyHy Treehouse
  • Riley’s Roost Treehouse
  • Rushing Rendezvous Treehouse
  • 2 overlooks of Downtown Birmingham and Jones Valley
  • 3 historic iron ore mining sites

Remy’s Dog Park:

  • Large Dog Area: 1.7 acres
  • Small Dog Area: .7 acres
  • Special Needs Dog Area: .3 acres
  • 10 Pet Waste Stations; water for drinking
  • Open during normal Park hours except for Wednesdays(opens at 10:00 a.m. for maintenance)
  • ADA Accessible: Until full ADA access is built we will happily transport people to and from Remy’s Dog Park.  All we need is advanced notice–four hours gives us enough time to make sure we have a vehicle to accommodate you comfortably.  Please also check out the Nomad, Red Mountain Park’s off-road powered wheelchair.  Call 205.202.6043 for more information.



Red Mountain Park can now accommodate a variety of events.  Contact Will Collins for more information at 205.202.6043 or

Tuesday Night Trails with Alabama Outdoors

Each Tuesday evening from 5:45 to 7:00 PM; visit for more details.

*National Trails Day at Red Mountain Park

Saturday, June 6th; new ‘Round the Mountain Loop Trail opens and hikers who come out between 8 and 11AM enjoy some snacks and trail freebies!

Brush clearing around the Redding Hoist House

Red Mountain Park trails allow guests access to 3 historic mining sites, including this one, the Redding Hoist House



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