Parks In The Triangle
Parks in The Triangle offer visitors and locals various places to hike and paddle this spring, summer and fall. They also have a way for you to spend the night by reserving a campsite through the online reservation system (Click Here). The Triangle's parks will offer each person a chance to view nature and history.
Remnants of the mills that once dominated the area can be seen in Raleigh's William B. Umstead State Park. Travel to Eno River State Park in Durham and you are sure to be amazed by the restored mill and several homesteads. The massive Raven Rock can be found near Lillington. In Spring Lake, Carvers Creek State Park preserves what was once a retreat for a member of the Rockefeller family.
Learn more about these unqiue places that are just minutes from Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill and Fayetteville by visiting the URLs below.