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Cedarock Park, Burlington

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  • A friend recommended this park since we told her we were going to be in the area. She mentioned the waterfall in the park, but unfortunately it was not flowing when we visited. After getting a map at....  more
    A friend recommended this park since we told her we were going to be in the area. She mentioned the waterfall in the park, but unfortunately it was not flowing when we visited. After getting a map at....  more »
  • Loved goi g to this park. Free to get in and pet friendly. Has amazing walking trails and a huge park for kids to play on. The longest trail is rocky and about 2.2 miles long. Has a lot of creeks and....  more
    Loved goi g to this park. Free to get in and pet friendly. Has amazing walking trails and a huge park for kids to play on. The longest trail is rocky and about 2.2 miles long. Has a lot of creeks and....  more »
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  • Highly recommend Cedar Rock Park! We did the Spoon Branch trail first, which was wooded and followed a little creek for a lot of the trail. We then did the connector trail to Rock Creek trail, which was definitely my favorite. It had some hills, rocks to climb by the creek, and then of course the beautiful Mill “waterfall!” We ended up doing around 4 miles. The trails were well-labeled and maintained; I’ll definitely be back to see it once it’s green!
  • This park has miles of walking and hiking trails. Some are paved. Guide signage keeps you from getting lost. The scenery is beautiful and sometimes even includes wildlife. It's set on an old farm so there are still historic buildings where they also sometimes hold educational programs about life back in the day. There's a canoe launch and near the park entrance there is a disk golf course that's very popular and a volleyball court. Some areas are set up for overnight camping. And most importantly, real bathrooms with running water.

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