Live Oak, Huckleberry and Tar Kiln trails have reopened. All other trails are currently closed due to damages to boardwalks and flood debris making them impassable.Posted on: Tuesday, October 2, 2018
Eight miles of hiking trails meander through the estuarine areas of Goose Creek State Park. The diversity of wetlands ranges from freshwater and brackish-water marshes to black gum and cypress swamps. Large stands of pine and mixed forest provide cover for a variety of birds and land animals.
The trail loops through an upland forest and incorporates short stretches of boardwalk across wetlands.
Boardwalks pass through black gum and cypress swamps.
The trail winds its way through patches of huckleberries and acts as a connecter-trail between Live Oak and Mallard Creek trails.
The trail winds through the forest and provides peeks of Upper Goose Creek through trees along the way.
The trail features a canopy of live oaks draped with Spanish moss. This loop-trail follows the shoreline of the Pamlico River for a short distance and then turns inland.