Explore the best trails near Huntersville with detailed reviews, photos, trail maps, and driving directions curated by hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

trail locations for Huntersville, North Carolina
1 month ago

trail running
2 months ago

Really rocky, tons of spiders, guaranteed to sprain 4 ankles in your party of 2

Did Hill and Cove trails, nice wide trails

We went this weekend we loved it especially my hubby &son they enjoy fishing and being in the water.!hopefully we can go next time and get a horse ride.!I just wish they was a lil more area so the kids can swim other then that it was great. !!

4 months ago

Nice walk on a narrow dirt trail. Stay aware of bikers--you have to step off trail.

1st time and me and the dog will be back

My son and I enjoyed this trail on Mother's Day. It was fun for us both!

5 months ago

It was a fun easy trail. Good for days when you don't have a lot of time to hike but just want to get out in nature for a bit.

trail running
6 months ago

Great for trail running!!

It was fun! Good hike for a beginner, not to challenging and not to easy. There are great views of the the water with a couple of access points. It is still winter so not a lot of foliage, so more of a spring thru fall if you want more to look at.

Nice trail for year round hiking.

11 months ago

Each time I visit this trail I see something new. The trail is quiet most week days if you steer clear of the north side near the lake. Accessibility to other park trails, nature center and activities is excellent!

fly fishing
1 year ago

Been hanging out at this park for years. Participating in every activity possible in one way or the other and they have them all. The trails are average but the park makes up for it. Worth the trip if your a local.

mountain biking
1 year ago

Great trail. Good flow. Not too many long hard uphills. New small pump track out front is fun.

1 year ago

I suggest to park at the canoe launch, take the Audubon and the Cattail loops. Bathrooms are in the middle. about an hour. east hike, watch for roots.