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One of the most unusual/interesting trails I have done. Trails are confusing to follow but the GPS on the app got me through no problem. Abandoned house/barn and nobody around. Lots of changes of scenery from swamps to open fields to forests. Definitely will come back and explore again

over grown
22 days ago

This place would be awesome if the trails were better marked and they were maintained better. There’s still significant hurricane damage and a lot of the trails aren’t marked or way overgrown. Looks like no one has collected trash there in a long time. Use a GPS if you don’t want to get lost. Kind of a shame to let this gem go to waste- hope it gets cleared out soon.

Someone should come out and blaze these trails because it's pretty easy to get off-trail. GPS is very highly recommended. But overall, the trail itself seems fairly well-maintained with informational signs about wildlife along the way. Some blowdowns are present, but they're really easy to navigate around.

Many trails here have remnants of hurricane Florence making the walk challenging at times. Lots of information stations and tree markings visible throughout. Intersections are well marked however I would encourage you come with a printed trail map.

This was a great hike, however the area was significantly damaged by hurricane Florence in September2018. There are many trees blocking the trails, and signage is less evident in some sections of the park. Strongly suggest using a GPS in order to stay on track.

6 months ago

Big Gus, a 2,000 year old bald cypress is at the end of this trail. Pretty Impressive!

4 months ago