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bugs
muddy
2 hours ago

Overall, a peaceful well-marked trail along the Eno. I began on the Two Forks Trail. It was clearly marked, but the markings did diverge some with what was stored here. I continued onto the Shepherd Mill Trail, that continues further along the River. I did get off trail for a point: there is a hairpin turn along some rocks as the trail begins to turn away from the river and back towards parking. There is a clearly worn trail that I followed along a ridge that was incorrect. When I retraced my steps, I found the correct turn clearly marked, it’s just easy to miss. Trails were muddy, but it had been a wet few days. Moderate number of biting flies: may want bug spray. Also a lot of spider webs across the trail; that was probably just because I was first on the trail after a rainy day. Note: Trail is currently open 7 days/week. Check website to see if that changes. I accessed on a Friday.

This was a fun trail. The sites along the way added to the experience.

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rocky
2 days ago

Great trail. Started at buck quarter. Followed to Holdens trail. Very rocky at some points. Wouldn’t recommend for small children. Gorgeous views.

Fantastic find, an easy walk with plenty of history attached!

Paved road. It’s pretty and good for a rainy day.

Beautiful trail. The Buckquarter loop access is really crowded on a warm spring day. If you want to come on warm day and set up hammock, swim etc. I would set it up on the Holdens Mill loop as much quieter and less crowded. The uphill side of the Holdens Mill loop has a long steady uphill climb when you gain about 300 ft in elevation over 0.5 mile stretch. Definitely moderate hike. Several climbs over rocky outcrops on the river side of this loop, but well marked and manageable for moderate hike. Some laurels were in bloom along the trail giving some spectacular views

Una caminata corta y bonita algunas raíces salidas peligroso enredarse, parcialmente sombreado.

The trail is actually 2.25 miles which it says on map at the trailhead. Still a nice trail. It’s got a couple of hills, but nothing too hard.

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flooded
muddy
14 days ago

Una camita bonita no tan pesada pero larga, bikes como hormigas hay que estar pendiente de ellos todo el tiempo pero casi siempre los ves venir por las curvas, ya que hay muchas!!! Consejo para bikers recomiendo seguir el circuito por toda la derecha creo que es mejor.

hiking
15 days ago

Excellent! Very pretty area. There are lots of roots on the trail so watch your step. Otherwise very well maintained. Good ratio of some open area and woods. Recommended!

Nice trail through the forest and along portions of the North Fork of Little River. Enjoyed the educational solar system walk portion and also took the side Homestead trail to the big rockpile. Nice playground area currently closed but good place to social distance! I kept on the hiking trails, but portions of this map use the bike trail.

it is open Very nice trail bikes, runners and walkers nicely paved

A nice hidden gem in the Hillsborough area! Trail is well maintained and usually has a good amount of wildflowers! The main trail (red) is about 2.2 miles and the yellow is a .5 loop at the end. The red trail actually offers a decent amount of hilliness and good access to both the East and west forks of the eno. The trail isn’t too rocky or rooty so I could see it being a great trail running trail as well

It’s a great trail. Excellent for exercise and goes through very different areas. Has broken glass in some part of it which was not good for our dog.

hiking
19 days ago

Good enough to hike with an off-road stroller

Great hike. A small section was closed due to bridge repair.

Great trail. Neat history on NASCAR.

hiking
26 days ago

This was an easy hike, but beautiful. The trail was not overly crowded, clean, and well marked. Parking was plentiful. There is some historical sites on this hike as well.

hiking
26 days ago

Awesome trail. Highly recommended. Good for running too!

Beautiful trail clear for biking possibly rollerblading..does anyone rollerblade anymore? Open during be the quarantine so it definitely saved me some sanity. great for taking pictures under the rail road

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muddy
27 days ago

Mary's Trail goes through some low wet areas, but is a nice walk through the woods. The Blackwood Farm keeps trails in good shape, has nice historic buildings and well kept open areas. A working bee hive is a good stop.

hiking
muddy
27 days ago

Nice historic plantation farm, well kept trails, working honeybee hives, lake and open areas for social distancing. While there were 41 cars in the lot, people were very well spaced out. Enjoy!

Tons of bikers speeding by without warning. Both children and adults. No social distancing. Very rude and dangerous. A group of six bikers had a dog off leash leading them.

Super easy and accessible. The trail is relatively wide so it’s easy to pass people or walk with a partner. Really liked the vine fencing around the trail.

This trail is good for going around the speedway track without the crowded runners/walkers. It actually loops completely around, hugging the river, and meets up at the entrance.

Parked at lot and follow paved path in to Ridge Trail and the North River Loop as an out and back. Trail is very easy-to-follow thanks to ample signage. Grade is easy to moderate with a nice walk by the river on the North loop. Trail was a little wet from recent rains but drains well. Benches along the way allow for rest breaks and views of the river. Great trail for running also due to lack of rocks and roots.

hiking
1 month ago

Easy trail. Great for families. Coolest/saddest/most historical part was an old slave graveyard.

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