Cane Creek Mountains Natural • New Trails Now Open!
Cane Creek Mountains Natural Area is a new nature park that provides public access to Alamance County’s largest state-significant natural heritage area. Hikers will enjoy rolling piedmont hills, abundant creeks and streams, and some of the best views in the County.
Cane Creek Mountains Natural Area is located in the Cane Creek Mountains Range, a Piedmont Monadnock range that covers much of the southwest quadrant of Alamance County. The mountain range is also home to the highest peak in North Carolina east of Greensboro at 987 feet.
Phase 1: Pine Hill Trailhead
- Address: 5075 Bass Mountain Rd, Snow Camp, NC 27349
- Features 4.5 miles of hiking trail including the Northern Approach, Heartleaf Loop, and Longleaf Loop Trails (more information about each trail is available here)
- Offers four drive-in primitive campsites available for reservation. Click Here to visit our reservation site, RecDesk.
Phase 2: Oak Hill Trailhead
- Address: 5545 Bass Mountain Road, Snow Camp, NC 27349
- Features 5.9 miles of hiking trail including the Pioneer Camp Trail and Lookout Trail, and a wildlife observation area (more information about each trail is available here)
- Coming Soon: An Observation Tower
The development of the park will continue over the next several years. Upon completion, the Cane Creek Mountains Natural Area will total over 1,000 acres and include an observation tower, camping facilities, wildlife observation areas, and more.
Click Here to see a map of the park.
- Cane Creek Mountains Natural Area Location, Hours, & Rules
- Cane Creek Mountains Natural Area Natural Trails & Natural Resources