North Carolina
State Parks

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Hiking

Trail through hardwood forestry to wooden staircase leading to base of Raven Rock.

Horse Riding

On the north bank of Cape Fear River you will find a few equestrian trails

Biking

Diverse flora like hardwood timber, pine, Mountain Laurel etc is perfect for biking.

Boating

Canoe trail is perfect for braving the Fish Traps and Lanier Falls rapids

Wildlife Watching

Along the riverbanks, you will find salamanders, rat snakes, hognose snakes

Fishing

Campbell Creek mouth and Fish Traps with abundant Bluegill

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What We Believe

We believe in equality – equality among all living beings to have right on the resources of the world…

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Our Mission

To spread our belief to all the people who hail from or visit the North Carolina State Parks…

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Our Vision

To see the native plants grow gracefully without the fear of demolishment…

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Cape Fear River And The Marvelous Raven Rock State Park

The main highlight of this state park within a fall zone is the 150 feet towering Raven Rock that overlooks the Cape Fear River for over a mile.

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Tips To Enjoy Camping In NC

With the plethora of campgrounds within the North Carolina State Parks, setting out for camping will be one of the best ways to spend the weekend close to nature.

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Tourist Review

“Me and my family goes to Mountain Park around 3-4 times a year we do not live far from it is beautiful nice hiking trails The Falls is nice and now they also have camping so we recommend for everyone to try”

RYAN BARNES

“We love this campground. It is a state park campground. Pets are allowed, alcohol is not. The river runs right by the campground and is a beautiful place to photograph plant and animal life..”

MARTHA BRYSON

“Great hiking opportunities with primitive campsites. The waterfall hike is pretty. Good picnic area as well, Make sure you avoid Saturday’s in the Fall as it can get crowded on the trail…”

CHARLES TAYLOR