The 2023 Auburn Floral Trail is underway now through April 21. Community members are invited to travel the 14-mile, self-guided trail that highlights some of the finest blooms and foliage Auburn has to offer. The trail features common springtime flowers such as azaleas and blooming trees such as pear, cherry and plum trees.

The Auburn Floral Trail is broken into a 10.5-mile south trail and a 3.5-mile north trail with two bonus sections. Wayfinding signs are posted along the north and south trails to help visitors, cyclists and pedestrians navigate. Brochures with trail maps are available at City Hall, Auburn-Opelika Tourism and other city facilities. Brochures are also available online at

The Auburn Floral Trail is brought to you by the Auburn Beautification Council, Auburn-Opelika Tourism and the city of Auburn. The Auburn Beautification Council is a non-profit, volunteer organization designed to assist with fostering and promoting the best interests of the residents of the city of Auburn and its environs so that it is a cleaner, healthier, safer and beautiful place to live, work and visit. Find more information at