Raven Rock State Park


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Raven Rock State Park


Location:9 miles west of Lillington and 20 miles east of Sanford on US 421.
Facilities:5 primitive campsites, 5 primitive group camps, 6 canoe campsites, picnic area, trails, concession stand.
Activities:Camping, canoeing, river fishing, hiking, horseback riding, nature programs.
Special Features:Raven Rock is a mile-long, 150-foot-high rock outcrop, which juts out at a 45-degree angle over the Cape Fear River. A portion of the 56-mile Cape Fear Canoe Trail runs through the park.
Address:3009 Raven Rock Rd
Lillington, NC 27546

Phone:910-893-4888
Fax:910-814-2200
Web: ils.unc.edu/parkproject/visit/raro/home.html
Size: 4,677 acres.

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Residents can enjoy its proximity to different outdoor recreational activities at Raven Rock State Park, Fleming Loop Recreational Park and Fuquay-Varina Splash Pad, besides the shopping, dining and entertainment options offered in downtown Fuquay-Varina and Holly Springs.
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