This trail takes riders along the ridge with views of the creek.
This trail takes riders through pines and hardwoods along old roads and has a single-track trail area.
This trail is the main path by which the Pine Loops, Ridge Loop, and the Silvertown trails branch off.
Trail meanders through forested area and travels along Little Fishing Creek.
Trail meanders through pine and hardwood forested area of the park.
The park's Sand Path is a generations old farm path that leads to the park's four (4) semi-primitive group sites. The Sand Path features a 1.8 mile round trip for joggers or hikers and forms a large section of the loop formed by hiking the Longleaf and Spanish Moss trails together. This path travels into a mixed pine and hardwood forest and borders an intensively managed section of the park being worked on by division staff to restore longleaf pine habitat. This trail may be traveled by vehicles at low speeds by campers so hikers must be aware of the dual use.
This mostly gravel trail is deep in the Swamp, with shoulders dotted with Atlantic White-Cedar trees. Black bear and otter are frequently seen here, along with herons, ducks, and the occasional bald eagle.
Come and enjoy a relaxing stroll through the Alder trail. This trail totals .8 miles of serene lake views.
The Lake Shore Trail is a beautiful, scenic footpath along the lake shore. It is designed to accommodate an array of fitness levels as it has shortcuts (3 miles round trip) and extensions (6.3 miles round trip). Voted by Charlotte a must see trail - it is sure to impress.
The Lake Norman State Park TRACK Trail adventures were designed for use on the Lakeshore Trail and the Short Turn Trail.
This loop trail includes a 300-foot boardwalk over swampland.