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Clarence Lee Tart Memorial Park is located on South Elm Avenue and has 7 ball fields that are used for soccer, football, baseball, and fast-pitch softball. There is a 1-mile walking track along with playground equipment and a picnic shelter. For information regarding the rental of the picnic shelter, please contact the Recreation Department.
1269 S. Elm Ave Dunn, NC 28334(910) 892-2976 Website
Scenic 5-mile rail corridor that has been transformed into a nature trail for walking, biking, and strolling. Trailheads in both downtown Dunn and downtown Erwin. Historic markers are located along the trail as well as restaurants and shops at both ends. The trail crosses the Black River and runs into rural Harnett County.
Ashe Ave Dunn, NC 28334(910) 893-7518 Website
Rhodes Pond was built in the 1700s by a dam crossing the Black River. Now owned by the NC Wildlife Commission, it served as a gristmill and sawmill, which became a hub for settlement. It has also been the site of a cotton gin, a turpentine distillery, a post office, a tourist court, a gas station, and a restaurant. Today Rhodes Pond is a favorite spot for fishing, canoeing, photography, and sunsets. The lake encompasses 460 acres of tea-colored water filled with bright lilies, beavers, and enormous groves of cypress. The Black River is the heart of Rhodes Pond, feeding it continually with both wildlife and a large variety of fish native to the river. The remains of the old mill site and dam are intact. You can fish, picnic, canoe, hike, and more. It has a new boat ramp with a floating dock. The NC Wildlife Commission is also in the process of building a fishing pier to include handicap accessibility. Open daily and free to the public.
US 301, Exit 71, off I-95, five miles south of Dunn(910) 707-0150 Website
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