Walk Through 8 Acres Of Rock Formations At North Carolina’s Jump Off Rock Overlook

City parks in North Carolina are anything but boring. From parks that have their own mini-amusement parks to parks filled with historical relevance, the Tar Heel State is home to a variety of city parks worth seeking out – including the Laurel Springs park at Jump Off Rock.

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The park is open from sunrise to sunset seven days per week. Admission and parking are free. Find more information on the official website of the Town of Laurel Park.

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Address: 4433 Laurel Park Hwy, Laurel Park, NC 28739, USA