There are many easy to moderate level hiking trails in Raleigh and Durham, North Carolina the family can enjoy. This article highlights four trails in the Triangle Area locals and visitors highly suggest you try.
Yates Mill Park
Yates Mill Park is the home of the only remaining gristmill in Wake County. Yates Mill Park also offers fun hiking trails. The best trails include the Tree Identification Trail, the Millpond Trail, the High Ridge Trail, and the Creekside Trail. Each of the trails are .44 miles to 1 mile long which is not bad at all. The park is open 7 days a week from 8 am to sunset. It is located at 4620 Lake Wheeler Road in Raleigh. The greenway trail system of the Yates Mill Park welcomes dogs, cyclists, joggers, skaters, and children. The greenway trail system is free for visitors to use.
Lake Crabtree County Park
The Lake Crabtree County Park has trails for those who love hiking. There two trails are the Old Beech Trail and the Highland Trail. The Old Beech Trail has aRead More »from Easy Family Hiking Trails in Raleigh and Durham