Cedarock Park is a 414 acre park that was purchased in 1972. The Park offers recreational opportunities such as hiking, equestrian trails, picnicking, two disc golf courses, fishing, and a historical farm that has been restored to the 1900 time period.
Park is open 7 days a week, 8:00 - 6:00
Download your Cedarock Trail Map here.
Cedarock Disc Golf Course
The first disc golf course at Cedarock is the Cedarock Disc Golf Course. It is the longer of the two courses, but is more open with grass fairways. It is a 18-hole course with ameteur and professional tees and baskets.
Wellspring Disc Golf Course
The Wellspring Disc Golf Course is the shorter and older of our two courses, but in some ways, it is much more challenging than the other course. Wellspring is an 18-hole course that plays through a heavily wooded section of Cedarock Park, making accuracy more important than power. It features amateur and professional tees.
Download a score card here.
Cedarock park has a network of trails that includes approximately 6 miles of hiking trails and 6 miles of equestrian trails.
Bank fishing opportunities are available at one of the park's two ponds and along
Cedarock Park offers a volleyball and basketball court, playground and plenty of open space to accomodate many outdoor activities.
Cedarock Park Shelter Reservations
Cedarock Park has five shelters that are available for use by the public. These can all be reserved for your party or function. The park staff will place a sign on the shelter with the party's last name covering the hours you need it. The staff will also make sure the shelter is clean and ready for you.
$20 Rental fee for County Residents
$30 Rental fee for Non-County Residents
For more information or if you would like to reserve a shelter on the phone, please call (336) 229-2410.
Located near the tent camping area along the gravel horseshoe driveway. It has power and grills in place. Can accommodate up to 40 people.
****Note: This shelter offers privacy but is not
convenient to the parking.
Located along the gravel horseshoe drive. It has power and grills in place. Can accommodate up to 30 people. Men's and women's restroom are available to the public.
Located at the trailheads along the gravel horseshoe drive. It has power and grills in place. Can accommodate up to 50 people.
Located directly behind the office and restroom facility, overlooking the fishing pond. It has power and grills in place. Can accommodate up to 70 people. ADA accessible from parking lot to the shelter.
Located near the Wellspring Disc Golf Course. Grills are in place, the shelter does not have power. Can accommodate up to 40 people.
The park has two gazebos that may be reserved for weddings or small gatherings. The fee for the rental is $20.00 and a $50.00 maintenance deposit is required. If you decide to rent one of the gazebos for a wedding, an application and an additional $50.00 fee will be charged.
Elmo's Gazebo is located across the creek from the back parking lot (the Wellspring Disc Golf Course entrance). The gazebo has power, no grills in place. Can accommodate up to 35 people.
The Waterfall Gazebo is located down form the Cedarock Park Center beside the Old Mill Dam. There is no power or grills at the gazebo.
The Cedarock Historical Farm provides an example of life on a farm in North Carolina during the 19th Century. Populated with the farm animals, antique and replica farm equipment, and a farmhouse, the Historical Farm provides a fun, education stop while visiting Cedarock Park.
Self guided tours are available during park hours everyday. Guided Tours for 12 or more are available by appointment Monday through Friday 8:00am to 5:00pm. These tours are $20 for Alamance County resident groups and a fee of $40 for non-resident groups. Call (336) 570-6759 to schedule an appointment.
Interested in helping us interpret this wonderful resource?
History of the Farm
Taken from "The John and Polly Garrett Story" from the Cedarock Historical Farm pamphlet.
The Garrett and Albright families have been intertwined for generations in
Alamance County. Brothers Ludwig and Jacob Albright's great-granddaughter Polly Albright (1815-1884) married John F. Garrett (1811-1882), and they settled in the western part of present day Cedarock Park.
In 1830, they constructed a small log house which survives as one of the earliest structures in the district. In 1835, they constructed the two-story house. The log house continued to be used as a kitchen for the next 30 years.
According to the 1850 Census and Agricultural Schedules, John Garrett (age 39) and Polly (age 35) lived at the house with their children David (11), Henry (9), George (7), and Sophia (1 month). They owned 5 slaves; an adult male and female (age 45 and 39 respectively) and their sons (age 7, 6, and an infant).
John Garrett's farm was valued at $1,150. It was comprised of 85 improved and 30 unimproved acres. It was a typical Alamance County farm in size and value. It was also typical that Mr. Garrett owned only a few slaves, therefore he did much of the work himself. He owned 4 horses, 9 cows, 5 sheep, and 20 swine. His total livestock was valued at $283. Each season, Garrett grew 85 bushels of wheat, 800 bushels of corn, 150 bushels of oats, and 20 bushels of potatoes.
The Garrett farm survived the Civil War, but the 1870 Agricultural Schedule revealed that its value was considerably lessened because of the war. The Garrett farm did survive, and we are proud to recreate this farm setting.
Park Hours - 8:00 AM until 6:00 PM
Alcoholic Beverages are Prohibited
Bicyclist Must Ride on Park Roads Only
Horseback Riders Must stay on the Equestrian Trail
Use a Safe Slow Speed in the Park
Abide by Park Hours that are Posted at the Entrance
Swimming is Not Allowed in the Park
Campers Must Register with Park Staff
Pets Must be on a Leash
Loud Music is Prohibited