For more than 50 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.
Cedarock Park Updates Effective Friday, October 28, 2022
Trout Stocking 2022
The trout are expected to arrive during the second week of December (dependent upon water temperature). The first weekend after the trout are stocked, fishing will be open to youth ages 15 and under. Trout fishing will open to the public the following Monday. More information will be posted once we confirm the trout arrival date.
No Kayak/Canoe Rentals at Cedarock Park
September 2022: Until further notice, kayak and canoe rentals are not available at Cedarock Park due to low water levels in Rock Creek.
Hours & Information
Alamance Parks facilities are currently operating on winter hours. Cedarock Park, Cane Creek Mountains Natural Area, and Haw River Trail parks and paddle accesses are open 8:00am to 6:00pm. The Cedarock Equestrian Center is open 8:00am to 5:00pm.
Alamance Parks Administrative Office:
3916 R. Dean Coleman Road, Burlington, North Carolina 27215
Open Weekdays 8am-5pm
Cedarock Shop & Visitors Center:
4242 R. Dean Coleman Road, Burlington, North Carolina 27215
Open 8am – Park Closing
See an issue at an Alamance Parks location? Submit a work request using this link. Describe the issue, select the appropriate park from the asset list & submit.