Blue Jay Point Nature Walk

Raleigh, North Carolina

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The focal point of this park is environmental education. When you add the natural beauty of Blue Jay Point County Park with its hardwood and pine forests, gently rolling hills, and large grassy fields, you have an ideal walk for environmentalists as well as parents and children. School groups regularly visit the park, especially the center for environmental education. Special attractions: Fishing, walking, hiking, picnicking, a playground, and open-play fields are some of the amenities that await your visit to Blue Jay Point. However, the park’s main attraction is its environmental education programming featured throughout the park but particularly at the Blue Jay Center for Environmental Education.
Walking Raleigh / Durham

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Walking Raleigh / Durham

by Rebecca C. Mann (Falcon Guides)

The focal point of this park is environmental education. When you add the natural beauty of Blue Jay Point County Park with its hardwood and pine forests, gently rolling hills, and large grassy fields, you have an ideal walk for environmentalists as well as parents and children. School groups regularly visit the park, especially the center for environmental education.

Special attractions: Fishing, walking, hiking, picnicking, a playground, and open-play fields are some of the amenities that await your visit to Blue Jay Point. However, the park’s main attraction is its environmental education programming featured throughout the park but particularly at the Blue Jay Center for Environmental Education.

©  Rebecca C. Mann/Falcon Guides. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Walking
Nearby City: Raleigh
Distance: 0.75
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Skill Level: Easy
Duration: 30 minutes
Season: Year-round
Local Contacts: Greater Raleigh Convention and Visitors Center
Driving Directions: Directions to Blue Jay Point Nature Walk

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