Bur-Mil Park Big Loop

Summerfield, North Carolina

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A perfect leg stretcher or daily training hike, this trek makes a woodland loop through the western part of Bur-Mil Park, a former recreation area for Burlington Mills employees. The hike traces a stream toward Lake Brandt, following the lake contours before turning away from the impoundment and heading up a different streambed to high ground. Bur-Mil Park is a multiple-use facility run by the city of Greensboro but owned by Guilford County. The Big Loop Trail is the longest path entirely within Bur Mil Park and connects to the Lake Brandt Greenway. The Big Loop Trail offers an undulating walk in the hills, through streamside and lakeside environments, and makes for an ideal easy day hike that is long enough to give daily exercise value yet not be overly strenuous.

Bur-Mil Park: Big Loop Professional Review and Guide

"A perfect leg stretcher or daily training hike, this trek makes a woodland loop through the western part of Bur-Mil Park, a former recreation area for Burlington Mills employees. The hike traces a stream toward Lake Brandt, following the lake contours before turning away from the impoundment and heading up a different streambed to high ground.

Bur-Mil Park is a multiple-use facility run by the city of
Greensboro but owned by Guilford County. The Big Loop Trail is the longest path entirely within Bur Mil Park and connects to the Lake Brandt Greenway. The Big Loop Trail offers an undulating walk in the hills, through streamside and lakeside environments, and makes for an ideal easy day hike that is long enough to give daily exercise value yet not be overly strenuous."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Summerfield
Distance: 2
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Skill Level: Easy
Season: Spring and Fall
Local Maps: USGS Lake Brandt and Summerfield
Driving Directions: Directions to Bur-Mil Park: Big Loop

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May 2018