You’ll Cross A Daring Footbridge On This Scenic Hike In North Carolina

Any day spent among nature is a great day indeed. Fortunately, North Carolina has a wealth of places to get purposely lost in the wild for the day (you see 10 of them here) and some of them are a bit more daring than others. When you’re feeling gutsy, yet want to shy away from truly dangerous trails (most people do!), head to Eno River State Park for a hike the whole family will love.

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Pack a picnic and make a day of this fun adventure.

Eno River State Park has several access points. The Few’s Ford Access is where you’ll find the trailhead. It’s open year-round beginning at 7:00 a.m. This park access closes at different times depending upon the month. See a full list of times and get more information at this link on the official website for North Carolina State Parks.

Address: 6101 Cole Mill Road, Durham, NC, 27705