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Cedarock Park, Burlington

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Cedarock Park is a 414acre nature preserve, historic farm, and passive-use park located near Bellemont in Alamance County, North Carolina.
Cedarock Park sits on the banks of Rock Creek, a tributary of Great Alamance Creek on the northwestern side of the Cane Creek Mountains. Located in the Piedmont region of North Carolina, the land is hilly and occasionally steep.
Prior to its use as a park, the land was used as a farm by the Garrett family beginning in 1830. The site of the Garrett farm is part of the Cedarock Park Historic District and is known as Cedarock Historic Farm, an educational site where visitors can learn about farm life in 19th-century North Carolina and can encounter goats and donkeys.
The park has 6mi of trails for hiking, mountain biking, and horse riding, including some trails that are handicapped accessible. It has numerous picnic shelters, campsites, a fishing pond, playgrounds, three gazebos, and two courses.
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  • Lots of trails, Nice little waterfall. Frisbee golf and fishing pond. There is also shelters, and a very nice little playground. Have even seen a few weddings here. It is a lovely little gem!!  more »
  • Great place for a walk, the trails are well marked and beautiful. They even have a frisbee golf course.  more »
  • One of the nicest little parks in the Burlington/Snow Camp area. Recently acquired a new equestrian area. The park has two disc golf courses, one mostly wooded and the other is mostly open. I normally do the woods course for the extra challenge. Several short and easy trails to a waterfall and gazebo. The "Spoon Loop" trail is a nice short hike as well. I really enjoy my time there.
  • Great! We've been to the playground before, but never the trails. They are nice. The area is kept up well, clean, a couple shaded picnic tables, two benches (in the sun), and nice acreage around the playground that is close to the woods.

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