Blue Jay Point County Park Loop

Raleigh, North Carolina

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This loop, combining three popular trails in Blue Jay Point County Park, starts from the visitor center and garden area. From here you cross the park’s main road and follow an unpaved footpath through the playing field. You then join the Blue Jay Point Trail on a pleasant walk that traverses small hills and leads to Blue Jay Point, with scenic views of the surrounding Falls Lake. From here the trail backtracks to the Falls Lake Trail and follows along the shore of Falls Lake, passing a short spur trail that leads to Beaver Point, another scenic overlook of the lake. The route then circles back to the northwest on the Beaver Point Trail, which intersects the Azalea Loop Trail before returning to the visitor center and garden area, where you started.

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"This loop, combining three popular trails in Blue Jay Point County Park, starts from the visitor center and garden area. From here you cross the park’s main road and follow an unpaved footpath through the playing field. You then join the Blue Jay Point Trail on a pleasant walk that traverses small hills and leads to Blue Jay Point, with scenic views of the surrounding Falls Lake. From here the trail backtracks to the Falls Lake Trail and follows along the shore of Falls Lake, passing a short spur trail that leads to Beaver Point, another scenic overlook of the lake. The route then circles back to the northwest on the Beaver Point Trail, which intersects the Azalea Loop Trail before returning to the visitor center and garden area, where you started."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Raleigh
Distance: 1.6
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Skill Level: Moderate
Duration: 1 hour
Season: Year-round

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Jun 2018