Little River Regional Park and Natural Area Group Camp

Rougemont, North Carolina

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Deep within horse country, you will pass horse pasture after horse pasture on your way to Little River Park. This small county park offers group camping only, and you must be affiliated with a nonprofit organization to use the camping facility. The park itself has a large picnic shelter and charcoal grills, which you will have access to when you camp here. There’s a lovely flower garden, a playground, and another large open field big enough to get a game of kickball or Wiffle ball going. If you feel like exploring, the park has a paved walking path, hiking trails, and biking trails.
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by Melissa Watson (Falcon Guides)

Deep within horse country, you will pass horse pasture after horse pasture on your way to Little River Park. This small county park offers group camping only, and you must be affiliated with a nonprofit organization to use the camping facility.

The park itself has a large picnic shelter and charcoal grills, which you will have access to when you camp here. There’s a lovely flower garden, a playground, and another large open field
big enough to get a game of kickball or Wiffle ball going. If you feel like exploring, the park has a paved walking path, hiking trails, and biking trails.

© 2013 Melissa Watson/Falcon Guides. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Campgrounds
Nearby City: Rougemont
Season: Feb–Nov
Additional Use: Hiking, Biking
Accessibility: Dog-friendly, Kid-friendly
Local Contacts: (919) 732-5505; www.co.orange.nc.us/deapr/parks/little_river_regional_park.asp
Local Maps: DeLorme: North Carolina Atlas & Gazetteer: Page 19 F8
Fees per Night: $20+
Facilities: Flush toilets, water spigots, no showers; pet friendly
Driving Directions: Directions to Little River Regional Park & Natural Area Group Camp

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