Eno River State Park

(redirected from Eno park)

Eno River State Park


Location:5 miles northwest of Durham off I-85.
Facilities:5 primitive backpack campsites, 1 group camp, picnic area, picnic shelter, trails, boat ramp (for non-motorized boats only).
Activities:Camping, river rafting, canoeing, river fishing, hiking, nature programs.
Special Features:The Eno River features Class I, II, and III rapids. Five river access areas are located within the park.
Address:6101 Cole Mill Rd
Durham, NC 27705

Phone:919-383-1686
Fax:919-382-7378
Web: ils.unc.edu/parkproject/visit/enri/home.html
Size: 3,901 acres.

See other parks in North Carolina.
References in periodicals archive ?
A significant portion of the land around the Eno River is protected in parks, including the Penny s Bend Nature Preserve and West Point on the Eno Park.
Trails, flora and fauna make up the classroom of Durham Parks and Recreation's Nature School, which is currently in session at the City of Durham West Point on the Eno Park.
The City's initial relationship with the Institute's Schoolhouse of Wonder began in 1989 with establishment of a summer camp at the City's West Point on the Eno Park.