This state park along the river is very well maintained with many miles of hiking trails and lots of parking. Unfortunately, the trail maps are confusing and hard to follow. Better maps and signage would be extremely helpful. Other than that, the park is clean, a nice spot for birders and easily accessible.
We had an afternoon to kill so I found this state park . It was easy to find and it was free . There are so many walking trails , you could literally spend the day walking all of them . There are trails by the river . They have a swinging suspension bridge . The trails are clearly marked... 更多
It doesn't matter what trail you take, they all have their uniqueness about them. Either hiking along the river itself or on the ridges above, you will feel like you are alone with nature. Great flora and sometimes fauna will come your way. Best spot for wildflowers, spring through fall. The one problem you might encounter is the decision of... 更多
No matter the season, there are always places to explore along the Eno--trails, river crossings, bridges, mill ruins, flora and fauna... The rock quarry is a favorite summer swimming hole, and the trails are well-marked and well-maintained. ERSP is truly a gem of the Triangle.
Take a walk and renew your connection to nature. This place is beautiful. Tall trees, trails to hike on and the sound of a river. Well worth the visit.
Last stop on a great road trip visiting the beautiful state parks of NC. The was a fabulous way to end the trip. Will come back to explore more of the trails.