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High Water on the Trails   

Due to the large amount of recent rainfall the bridge crossing to the Bird and Galax Trails is flooded out; these trails are still accessible from the Lake Trail. There is also standing water on the lower section of the Spanish Moss Trail. All other trails are open.

 Posted on: Monday, February 8, 2016 - 2:22pm

Cliffs of the Neuse State Park

The site of Cliffs of the Neuse State Park, with impressive cliffs overlooking the Neuse River, has been a landmark for centuries. Five hiking trails explore the riverside habitats and their mature forests and lead to some quiet fishing spots along the waterway. A favorite facility for the local communities is an 11-acre swimming lake with a bathhouse, grass-covered lawn, sandy beach and diving platform with rental boats available. Expansive picnic grounds are nearby. The park has group campsites and a 35-site family campground. A visitor center offers museum-quality exhibits that explore the natural and cultural history of the region, complementing regular interpretive programs.

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Contact:

Cliffs of the Neuse State Park

240 Park Entrance Road
Seven SpringsNC 28578
Phone919-778-6234
cliffs.neuse@ncparks.gov
Latitude: 35.235400
Longitude: -77.893200

Park Hours:

Winter (Dec., Jan., & Feb.): 7am - 7pm
Spring (March & April): 7am - 9pm  
Summer (May-Sept.): 7am - 10pm
Fall (Oct. & Nov.): 7am - 8pm

Visitor Center
9am - 5pm daily, 7 days a week. Visitor Center may be closed for one-hour at midday on weekends.