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Azalea Trail

Azaleas

Opelika's Azalea and Dogwood Trail, presented each spring by the Opelika Jaycees and Keep Opelika Beautiful Web Site Link, attracts visitors from miles away to enjoy the beauty of Opelika's historic and modern neighborhoods as they blossom with the many colors of Southern Azaleas and Dogwood trees. This seasonal event is timed by nature itself, so keep your eyes open for the Dogwood and Azalea Trail signs directing travelers through the city.


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Enter the Trail at Second Avenue and Eighth Street (the Heritage House Bed and Breakfast is on your right.)
Proceed down Eighth Street - Turning left on Sixth Avenue
Proceed on Sixth Avenue - Turning right on Tenth Street
Proceed on Tenth Street - Turning left on Victoria Avenue
Continue on Victoria Avenue - Turning left on Bonita Drive
Proceed down Bonita Drive until it turns into Terracewood Drive (at curve)
Proceed on Terracewood Drive - Turning right at directional arrow and
Proceed up hill to turnaround in front of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Newman's home
Continue downhill entering once again on Terracewood by turning left
Proceed on Terracewood until Bonita Drive
Continue on Bonita Drive to Tenth Street
Turn left on Tenth Street to Collinwood Street (diagonally across to your left.)
Go straight on Collinwood Street
Turn left at second entrance to West Collinwood Circle
Follow West Collinwood Circle until it intersects once again with Collinwood Street
Cross Collinwood Street onto East Collinwood Circle
Proceed down East Collinwood Circle until it intersects with McLure Avenue
Turn right on McLure - Follow McLure to Rocky Brook Road - turn right
From Rocky Brook Road, take a right onto Sixth Avenue, passing Park Drive
Proceed on Sixth Avenue until it intersects with Seventh Street
Turn left on Seventh Street - Proceed to Fourth Avenue
Turn left on Fourth Avenue - Take a right onto Sixth Street
Follow Sixth Street where Trail ends at Sixth and Second Avenue
(Colonial Bank is on your right.)

(Photo by Sam Oliver/Cameragraphics)