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All American Trail

  • Overview

    The All American Trail is a ten to fifteen foot wide unpaved pathway designed for use by hikers, runners, and bicyclers. Horses are not permitted. The trail (currently eleven miles long) follows the perimeter boundary of Fort Bragg through North Carolina’s Sandhills Region and includes a 1,000 foot boardwalk that crosses Rockfish Creek and its wetlands. The terrain is mixed with sections ranging from nearly flat to fairly hilly. Interpretive signage is provided along the trail that identifies and describes the unique plants and wildlife. There are more than 1,500 species of plants and trees, and over 400 species of wildlife — including the endangered Red Cockaded Woodpecker. The All American Trail will eventually extend through Cumberland, Hoke and Moore Counties — linking Fayetteville with Southern Pines. **Please be aware that this trail closes for hunting season. Please visit the Fort Bragg Wildlife Branch (Hunting) for more information.
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