Welcome to our site–a source for community news and information about Red Mountain Park in Birmingham, Alabama.

Join our volunteers to help make the park a great place for ourselves and future generations.

For the last few years, a collection of individuals, non-profits, corporations, and governments have been working together to create one of the largest urban greenspaces in America (40% larger than New York’s Central Park).

In 2008, roughly 1,200 acres was purchased from U.S. Steel and is now owned by the Red Mountain Park Commission. 2012 brought the public opening of a trail system with over 10 miles of trails, plus a Zip Line Adventure course launched and saw more than 7,500 visitors flying through the trees! In 2013 even more trails were developed and the Hugh Kaul Beanstalk Forest opened—a unique aerial obstacle course that has entertained and challenged thousands of guests.

Every year brings even more trails, attractions, and amenities! Remy’s Dog Park, the Kaul Adventure Tower & Mega Zip, and two new tree houses are exceptional new additions. Please come enjoy the progress in 2015 and beyond. Every time you visit you’re likely to find something new!

For directions to the parking area and trail head, click here.

For a trail map, click here.

And, if you like what you see, consider joining The Friends of Red Mountain Park. The Friends are the park’s volunteers, a collection of folks who lend their talents to make Red Mountain Park exceptional! In Fall, 2015 we are launching an inaugural Red Mountain Park Junior Board for emerging leaders ages 22 – 35. We are looking for young leaders to join us in revolutionizing urban green spaces by championing our communities. This is your opportunity to invest your energy, ideas, and passion to advance Red Mountain Park and Birmingham! For more information, please visit www.redmountainpark.org/juniorboard