Boone’s Cave Loop

Spencer, North Carolina 28159

Boone’s Cave Loop

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"This hike along the banks of the Yadkin River makes a loop in thick woods, first visiting a state-record cottonwood tree before coming to the prize—Boone’s Cave. Boone’s Cave Park is a one-hundred-acre preserve on the southeast shore of the Yadkin River.

Half the park acreage is a designated National Heritage Site, as the park is home to nearly fifty Tar Heel State native wildflowers. A picnic shelter is located on a high bluff where you can gain an extensive sweep of the Yadkin. Of course the park is best known as being home to Boone’s Cave. It has been handed down for generations that Daniel and his family used the cave when they moved down here from Pennsylvania."

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Dec 2018