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This is a wonderfully “centered” festival, sponsored by an Eno River support group, to maintain the river in environmentally good condition. The best part is the large number of bands, that play all day on 3 stages. A lot of liberal, environmentally conscious booths and...More
An interesting place to spend a summer day. This place has many options including hiking, swimming and working mill to name a few. Parking is somewhat chaotic and the signage can be confusing. I'm told there are lots of snakes around the river, but we...More
West Point is a convenient place to get out into the woods and fields and water -- a great place to meet and hang out with friends, whether wading in the Eno, hiking the trails or having a picnic. West Point is Durham County's contribution...More
A great place to spend a day wading in the river, having a picnic, and/or hiking through the woods. We even saw turtles sunning themselves on logs in the river (away from all of the people, of course). The hiking was very nice and easy,...More
We went to the Festival On the Eno on the 4th of July. The staff and volunteers were very friendly and helpful. The grounds are beautiful! Lots of information on the history, local flora and fauna. Access to the Eno River is easy. Shady places...More
This Place is dear to my heart. Many preserved antique buildings, some with old tools. There are many trails to hike, near the river, through the woods, along the damn etc. There is a festival on July Fourth that benefits the park and allows for...More