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My wife and I took a 5-mile hike along the Cox Mountain Trail loop on a Monday morning in early December. It was a bit wet from recent rains. We watched the sun come up as we reached the peak of the main hill. We...More
There are miles and miles of hiking trails. Some areas have lots of tree roots sticking up in the trail and some rock steps, with lots of up and downs, so it's not easy walking -- But it is one of our favorite places to...More
Fews Ford Picnic Area...covered shelter...charcoal grill was used..excellent hiking area...a great place to start any special event weekend..be careful where you walk...a pot luck works very well for this shelter...no alcohol....lock your car
Great park area for walking/hiking as long as you are careful of the tree roots along the river. Not much wildlife the morning we went but nevertheless, enjoyable. Pit toilets only in the area we parked.
We love wandering the trails of the Eno River. You can walk for hours or just take a leisurely stroll. It's also a great place to play in the water, fish, and animal watch. There are lots of entrances, each with their own unique qualities....More
We walked the trail which was average before heading off to the quarry for a swim with our dog. We chose the quarry as we like to swim with him and other state parks do not allow it. The quarry was pretty packed with people...More
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I started by looking at the state website to see if they had a hike that met my needs. Then I stopped by the ranger station, just inside the entrance the from cole mill road side, and they had a box of maps that is... More
I started by looking at the state website to see if they had a hike that met my needs. Then I stopped by the ranger station, just inside the entrance the from cole mill road side, and they had a box of maps that is accessible even if no one is there.