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Trip Planner: USA / North Carolina / North Carolina Coast / Seven Springs / Cliffs of the Neuse State Park
Cliffs of the Neuse State Park is a North Carolina state park in Seven Springs, Wayne County, North Carolina in the United States. It is located near Seven Springs, North Carolina and covers 1,097 acres (4.4 km2) along the southern banks of the Neuse River. It has a swimming area, camp sites, hiking trails, fishing areas, and picnic areas. The park's museum features exhibits about the geology and natural history of the cliffs and the park. Extending for 600 yards (550 m), the series of cliffs rise 90 feet (27 m) above the water. Layers of sand, clay, seashells, shale and gravel form the multicolored cliff face, a rainbow of white, tan, yellow and brown.To visit Cliffs of the Neuse State Park and get the most from your holiday in Seven Springs, create itinerary details personal to you using our Seven Springs trip site.
Cliffs of the Neuse State Park reviews
Very nice park. We stayed in their campground. It’s kind of small but our spot was perfect for us. It had lots of shade and some privacy. The lake was closed . The weather was perfect.
Very nice park. We stayed in their campground. It’s kind of small but our spot was perfect for us. It had lots of shade and some privacy. The lake was closed . The weather was perfect. more »
We stopped in here for only one night on the way home from VA to SC. We had site number 12. a back-in site with full hook-ups, a fire pit, and large picnic table. It was gravel, level, and well...
We stopped in here for only one night on the way home from VA to SC. We had site number 12. a back-in site with full hook-ups, a fire pit, and large picnic table. It was gravel, level, and well... more »
This is a nice little park. The new bathhouse in the camping loop is great. You can actually shower without soaking your clean clothes. And you get to control when the water turns on/off! No motion sensor. Camp hosts kept everything super clean. If you combine several of the hiking trails you can put together a nice hike. Sometimes the blazes/trail markings aren't great, so you might want to use an app for way-finding. There's also a swim beach available (when it's open) and apparently you can sometimes rent a kayak to paddle around. If you've read other reviews, you know there are a lot of ants in this park. We did not have any problems with them while camping. We were careful about not leaving food out and had no problems at all.
Had a nice time hiking a couple of trails. Good place to bring dogs and very nice scenery. Great shade on trail. Lots of large ants though that had an uncanny ability to wind up on shoes, ankles, and dog paws. More of a nuisance than a problem. Park office is very nice. Little museum inside. Hope to camp in future
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