Cedarock ParkAddress: 3916 Cedarock Park Road, Burlington, NC Phone: (336) 570-6759 Website: http://www.alamance-nc.com Hours: Admission: Free
Cedarock Park is a 414 acre park in the foothills of the Cane Mountain Range being one of the largest county operated parks in the state.
The name “Cedarock” came from the abundance of cedar trees and rock outcroppings. The park offers a vast opportunity for nature studies. The gentle climate and restricted preserve encourages quiet walks in a surrounding of rare wild-flowers, ferns and mosses which thrive on the slopes of Rock Creek and its tributaries.
- Hiking and Nature Trails
- Horseback Riding Trails
- Tent Camping
- Fishing Pond
- Historical Working Farm
- 2 Disc Golf Courses
Guided Hike: Cedarock Park’s Spoon Branch Trail
Pottery in Alamance County, a Foxfire in Cedarock Event
Cane Pole Fishing Hole Derby
Arrive anytime, fish as long as you want! Cane poles only and we provide the worms. Anyone can fish, but the contest is for kids ages 5-12. We have prizes for winners in two age groups for the biggest and the most fish caught.
Ghosts in the Park, a Foxfire Event