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Carvers Creek State Park

  • Overview

    Interim facilities include 2.25 round-trip miles of hiking trails, including a half-mile, one-way hike to fish at the millpond, view the historic Rockefeller house, spring house, pavilion and other historic structures. Several picnic sites have been put into place, and a ranger contact station is near completion.

    Open to the public. Hours: Daily 8am-8pm (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, Pickeral, Sunfish, Bluegill, Shad.

    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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