The J. Bayard Clark Park and Nature Center TRACK Trail is an easy 0.3 mile loop that follows a portion of the Cape Fear River Trail and a portion of the Wetlands Trail.
The trail features a playground, streams, and opportunities to spot wildlife. Clark Park is Fayetteville's second largest regional park and is considered a gem by those who frequent it. It was designed, and remains a natural woodland area dedicated to preserving the environment and educating the public on North Carolina plants and wildlife. Three trails wind through the park and along the Cape Fear River. The Nature Center showcases both static displays and live animals. Park rangers educate visitors at the center, along the park trails and through school visits.
Adventures for J. Bayard Clark Park and Nature Center TRACK Trail
Clark Park: Nature's Hide n' SeekDifficulty:
Clark Park: Animal AthletesDifficulty:
Clark Park: Bug OutDifficulty:
Clark Park: Nature's RelationshipsDifficulty:
The TRACK Trail program is sponsored by the Blue Ridge Parkway Foundation, the Blue Ridge Parkway, and the Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina Foundation.
The J. Bayard Clark Park and Nature Center TRACK Trail was made possible through a partnership formed between the Kids in Parks program, The North Carolina Recreation and Parks Association, and the Fayetteville-Cumberland Parks and Recreation department.