This trail is a pleasant, one-mile wheelchair-accessible trail that loops through diverse habitats. There are several exercise and activity stations set up along the way. This is a multi-use trail for bicycle and foot traffic only. No motorized vehicles allowed.
With the trailhead near the visitor center, the Dragonfly trial is ideal for all ages. This path is completely paved and easily accessible to wheelchair and stroller. This .15-mile trail (round-trip) has various nature displays along the way. Interactive lift-and-drop panels provided interesting and fun facts about the plants and animals found at Lake Norman State Park!
You can get a feel for the Swamp without getting your feet wet! The Boardwalk offers a surprising amount of wildlife, including frogs, turtles, snakes, birds, and even the occasional bear or bobcat. Learn more about plants and wildlife you see from the interpretive panels found along the loop. The Dismal Swamp State Park TRACK Trail also follows the Swamp Boardwalk, an accessible half-mile loop.
A self-guided interpretive trail, it provides beautiful views of the millpond.
This one-eighth-mile out-and-back trail starts near the picnic shelter. It is handicap accessible and goes to a wooden platform overlooking the river.
This wheelchair-accessible trail leads to a rock outcrop.
Short, ADA Accessible trail located beside visitor center
The trail features a rambling boardwalk across a freshwater marsh. A junction with Tar Kiln Trail head can be found at the base of the boardwalk.
Flytrap Trail is a pleasant three-tenths of a mile loop through pocosin wetlands and drier longleaf longleaf pine and wiregrass savanna communities. Parts of the trail travel along wooden boardwalks. Please stay on the trail, which is marked with orange diamond, to avoid damaging small and fragile plants.