BURLINGTON, N.C.– Alamance Parks is excited to announce that all Alamance County operated Haw River Trail locations are now open an hour longer each evening. Fall hours of operation are 8am – 8pm (through October). Visitation numbers to the trails have soared this year as the community has embraced outdoor recreation and …

BURLINGTON, N.C.– Cane Creek Mountains Natural Area opens to the public on May 22, 2020. The Pine Hill Trailhead is the first phase of development in the new park and includes 3.5 miles of trail. Hikers will enjoy rolling piedmont hills, abundant creeks and streams, and some of the best views in …

Beginning Monday, March 16th Alamance Parks will be suspending all recreation programming. This includes open gym and fitness center hours. This action is being taken following social distancing guidelines for the safety of the public.

All park locations including Cedarock Park, Haw River Trail, and the Pleasant Grove and Eli Whitney Community …

GRAHAM, N.C.– The North Carolina Parks and Recreation Trust Fund has awarded Alamance County a $470,000 grant for the development of the Cane Creek Mountains Natural Area. The grant will fund the construction of an observation tower, trailhead, natural surface hiking trails, and camping facilities at the park.

The Cane Creek Mountains …

 Alamance Parks is pleased to recognize four new Champion Trees in Alamance County. The winners are: 

New Species: Winged Elm, Ulmus alata, 249 points Black Oak, Quercus velutina, 206.75 points Shagbark Hickory, Carya ovata, 253.75 points New Update: Yellow Poplar, Liriodendron tulipifera, 352.75 points 

Champion Tree of Alamance County began in 2012 and celebrates the many wonderful …

Join the Haw River Trail and the community of Saxapahaw for our Annual Trailathlon, a Haw River Trail fundraiser. This multi-sport adventure brings together families and athletes of all abilities and skill levels to enjoy the natural recreation opportunities of the Haw River corridor. The race starts with a two-mile round trip …

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE August 22, 2019

Contact Guil Johnson, Trails & Open Space Coordinator Alamance Parks (Alamance County Recreation and Parks Department) Phone: 336.229.2380 Email: guil.johnson@alamance-nc.com

Alamance Parks has acquired a third land tract in the Cane Creek Mountains Natural Area. The Henderson-Dixon-Steele tract totals 152.5 acres bringing the total land acquired for …