For more than 40 years, Alamance Parks has worked to improve the quality of life of Alamance County residents. Through our parks and programs, we encourage healthy lifestyles for children and adults, offer inclusive activities for all of our citizens, and provide access to the natural world. Alamance Parks has three major focus areas: the outdoors, community, and youth athletics. We provide access to the outdoors through a variety of parks and trails, serve our community through two community centers and our Special Populations programs, and offer year-round athletics options for community youth. Our mission is to provide parks, trails, and programs that inspire visitors and welcome all participants.
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Hours & Information
Alamance Parks facilities are currently operating on winter hours (November through March). Cedarock Park is open 8:00am to 6:00pm. The Cedarock Equestrian Center is open 8:00am to 5:00pm. Haw River Trail parks and paddle accesses are open 8:00am to 5:00pm.
Altamahaw Paddle Access Closure: The dam at Altamahaw Paddle Access is at risk of failure. This access will remain closed until repairs are complete.
Paddle accesses downstream are open, including Shallow Ford, Indian Valley, Great Bend Park, and Glencoe Paddle Accesses. In the event of a dam failure, water levels will rise quickly and create dangerous conditions. Paddle at your own risk and stay aware of changing conditions.
To avoid this risk, use the paddle accesses south of I-40/85 including Graham Paddle Access, Swepsonville River Park, Saxapahaw Lake Paddle Access, Saxapahaw Mill Race Paddle Access or Union Bridge Paddle Access.
Check Out the Calendar
The current calendars for Pleasant Grove and Eli Whitney Community Centers are now posted on their respective pages. Stay tuned to the main calendar page to view program offerings. You can visit the Calendar page by clicking here.