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Carvers Creek State Park

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    Fishing

    Two ponds at the Sandhills access offer fishing opportunities. 

    Access to the fishing ponds are on foot, bicycle or horseback. At this time, there is no vehicle access to fishing areas. A North Carolina fishing license is required and anglers must obey the fishing regulations of the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission.

    Open to the public. Hours: Daily 8 am-8 pm (April-October), Daily 8 am-6 pm (November-March)

    Notes: Free; Bank Fishing only; ½ mile walk to pond from parking.

    What You Will Catch: Bass, Brim, Perch, Pickerel, Sunfish, Bluegill, Shad.

    Hiking

    Long Valley Farm has two trails, the Rockefeller Loop Trail and the Cypress Point Loop Trail. Visit the Trails page for a full list of the trails and for additional information.

    Please note that bicyclists must yield to hikers by stopping and moving to the side of the trail.

    Horse Trail

    The Sandhills parking lot and some sections of the multi-use trails have crush-and-run rock where trail tends to be wet, so boots or shoes are suggested for horses.

    Please do not take your horse off-trail as this can damage the fragile longleaf pine ecosystem and habitats.

    Biking

    Both trails at Long Valley Farm are also open to biking. Horseback riding is not permitted at this access. Visit the Trails page for a full list of the trails and for additional information.

    Please note that bicyclists must yield to hikers by stopping and moving to the side of the trail.

    This site is affiliated with the North Carolina State Park System.

    See us featured on this Fayetteville Area Convention and Visitors Bureau video.

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