Pine Cliffs Recreation Area - Neusiok Trail

Pine Cliffs Recreation Area - Neusiok Trail(Havelock)

Pine Cliffs Recreation Area - Neusiok Trail

Pine Cliffs Recreation Area - Neusiok Trail
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Jeff B
1 条分享
The Pine Cliff Recreation Area has reopened (not sure when) but there are many downed trees requiring you to climb over or duck under when they cross the trail. Also, we hiked the trail just two days after a very heavy rain and there were large puddles on the trail, one so large that we couldn't find a way around, which abruptly ended the hike. But the dramatic view of the river from the picnic area makes this a destination well worth visiting.
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南卡罗来纳南卡罗来纳州沿海地区81 条分享
2020年9月 • 家庭
Pine Cliff Rec Area is closed. As of September 7th 2020 Pine Cliff Recreation Area is STILL CLOSED. I really love this area but I wish the powers that be would get it in gear to reopen this community asset!
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Lea D
卡罗莱纳州Havelock7 条分享
2019年3月 • 家庭
I like to take my kids here. They have a nice walking path and some beach front to play in the sand. This is a perfect place for a day getaway
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Cheryl M
佛罗里达99 条分享
2018年4月 • 家庭
This is a very pretty area with trails to wander on. We enjoyed it with some other family members. Very quiet and peaceful.
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Greensboro NC545 条分享
2017年12月 • 好友
This trail is a key coastal component of the North Carolina Mountains to the Sea Trail. A friend and I recently walked the entire 21 mile trail north to south, starting at Pine Cliffs and ending at Oyster Bay campground. I have the following observations for those considering doing this.

1. Walking the 21-mile route in one day is certainly doable. It requires 7-10 hours, depending on your pace. We did it in 8 1/2 hours, which included water (at least two liters), rest and snack breaks. We started about 8 a.m. and finished about 4:30 p.m. Our stops were usually about five minutes, and we stopped 4-5 times. Our 2.5 mph pace, including stops, was solid but certainly some walk faster, and some slower. You need to be comfortable that you can walk at least a 2 mph pace and finish before dark. If you eat a meal before starting, snack bars, nuts, water, etc. should hold you until dinner.

2. The trail has almost no uphill or downhill. Wear comfortable walking shoes, socks, and clothes, and carry a light day pack with a rain jacket, water, snacks, and a warmer layer if you think necessary.

3. The trail is well marked with rectangular metal blazes, and occasional round painted ones. Keep a careful eye out for them. The only slightly tricky part we encountered was at the beginning: when starting out from the Pine Cliffs Area, you are on the Neuse River beach; watch for the blaze on the left after about 1.5 miles that takes you up into the woods and south. We briefly missed it (wrong mileage in book) and had to slightly backtrack to it. Otherwise, the blazes and signs were clear. We used a map from an Allen DeHart MST book from about 2000; it was all we needed, although some distances there are off and the trail has since been slightly modified since then in one place, and so marked on the trail.

4. Go on a nice day during the cold season, say, November to March. By all accounts there are many ticks, mosquitoes, and deer flies in warm weather, and snakes can also be a concern then. We went on a sunny and not-too-cold day; I think it is more enjoyable in good weather.

5. Wear blaze orange during deer season; the hunters are out there.

6. The trail has about a mile of wooden elevated trail, which avoids a lot of swampy ground. There are some other watery areas; we had not had a lot of rain, so those areas were not too frequent or bad, but we did get our shoes wet a couple times.

7. The feel of the trail varies, from riverside sand, to forest canopy, to pine needles, to leaves, to dirt roads. It is very interesting and pretty in this respect. There is the occasional trash, and even an abandoned yacht along a dirt road (!), which is disappointing. Overall however it is a very worthwhile hike. Happy trails!
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卡罗莱纳州Havelock74 条分享
This park, located on the Neuse River, provides some great river views, fishing, hiking and accommodations for horse trailers. The bathrooms are new and were clean as were the grounds. Bar B Que grills available.
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卡罗莱纳州康科德22 条分享
2017年10月 • 好友
I recommend Camping at Oyster Point & hike southbound from Pine Cliffs back to campgrounds. This is an easy Trail of 20 miles. Take plenty of water since I saw no reliable source I would even filter. This was a hot weekend in October. I believe this would be more pleasant in late fall or winter. I've never seen so many BIG spiders in my life! Kind of creepy.
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Jodi M
爱达荷Payette70 条分享
2016年9月 • 好友
Great nature walk off the beaten path. Easy to get to, but rough road driving into. (Gravel, not very well maintained)
Over all, on a nice cool day, it's a pleasant way to spend time with nature. Don't forget the bug repellant!!
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Mark J
2 条分享
2016年5月 • 好友
Cool little adventure that I took my kids on! Definitely have to go with someone who has been on it before because getting lost does happen!
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堪萨斯奥拉西16 条分享
2016年6月 • 家庭
Beautiful trail, well marked most of the way. We brought the ENO hammocks and snacks. Set them up right by the shore with a great view.
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