Boone’s Cave Park Campground

Lexington, North Carolina 27295

Boone’s Cave Park Campground

Boone’s Cave Park Campground Professional Review and Guide

"For a small county park, Boone’s Cave has quite a bit to offer any nature enthusiast. The park, and the cave for which it was named, rest alongside the banks of the Yadkin River. Fishing is permitted, but you must obtain a North Carolina state fishing license before you break out the bait.

Five miles of hiking trails run through the park, and the Cottonwood Trail leads to the largest cottonwood tree on record within the state of North Carolina. With a 16-foot diameter, it’s quite a sight to see. You may also want to bring your binoculars along—the park is home to tons of migratory birds and more than eighty species of butterflies."

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Trail Information

Nearby City
Year-round, Friday and Saturday nights only
Fishing, Hiking, Birding
Additional Use
(336) 752-2322
Local Contacts
DeLorme: North Carolina Atlas & Gazetteer: Page 36 D2
Local Maps
Fees per Night
Flush toilets, tent pads, community fire rings; pet friendly

Activity Feed

Jul 2018