The park is over 100 acres and offers hiking trails through a secluded rolling forest of mixed hardwoods reminiscent of the North Carolina mountains. Forty-six acres of the park are designated as a Natural Heritage Site and are host to a number of wildflowers and trees normally found only in the Appalachian Mountains. The park has a picnic shelter with a great view of the Yadkin River. Tables and grills are available. Steps provide access to the Yadkin River for fishing. A trail provides easy access to the river for kayaking or canoeing. As you hike along the trails, be on the lookout for wildflowers and butterflies. One hundred native wildflowers and over 125 different varieties of butterflies have been identified. Spend an afternoon playing disc golf on our new course! Be sure to bring binoculars to catch a glimpse of our spring and fall migrant birds. North Carolina’s prized Eastern Cottonwood Tree (Populus deltoids), at 169 feet tall with a trunk circumference of 219 inches is located along the shore of the Yadkin River.