The Beaverdam Recreation Area TRACK Trail is a 0.6 mile hike one-way (1.2 miles round-trip). Enjoy a hike through a mixed pine forest along the edge of Beaverdam Lake that leads to a wildlife observation platform overlooking Duck Cove.
Just outside of Wake Forest and Durham, Falls Lake State Recreation Area is a great way to excape urban life and enjoy lake life. With a 12,000-acre lake and 26,000 acres of woodlands, Falls Lake State Recreation Area offers a choice of recreation areas including: Beaverdam, B.W. Wells, Highway 50, Holly Point, Rolling View, Sandling Beach and Shinleaf.
Falls Lake State Recreation Area offers 300 campsites at four of the access areas, as well as five swim beaches (some reserved for paddlers and non-gasoline powered boats). Falls Lake State Recreation Area also offers a network of mountain biking trails as well as a separate and quiet lake impoundment perfect for paddling, fishing and swimming. The Mountains-to-Sea Trail winds through parts of the recreation area and is a centerpiece of a network of hiking trails.
Adventures for Falls Lake State Recreation Area - Beaverdam Recreation Area
Birds of the PiedmontDifficulty:
Animal Athletes / Animales AtletasDifficulty:
Nature's Hide & Seek / El Juego del Escondite en la NaturalezaDifficulty:
Beaverdam Recreation Area is located in Falls Lake State Recreation Area. For directions, please visit http://www.ncparks.gov/Visit/parks/fala/directions.php
This TRACK Trail was made possible through a partnership formed with North Carolina State Parks, Falls Lake State Recreation Area, and with funding provided by the BlueCross and BlueShield of North Carolina Foundation.