Cape Fear Canoe Trails

Canoe through the history of the Cape Fear River. The river flows some 55 miles long to Fayetteville past farms and forest, over the remains of locks and dams built in the early years of the nation, past Revolutionary and Civil War sites, and by a state park. Access the trail in a number of locations including the Wildlife Access two miles south of Lillington off State Road 2016, the NC 217 bridge near Erwin and more.

Call (910) 892-3282 for a detailed brochure and more information.

 

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