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Cedarock Park

Cedarock Park is a 500-acre Alamance County Park south of Burlington.  The land that is now the park was once farmland.  An old grist mill, dating to the early 1800s, was long Rock Creek, but only the dam still remains.  The park was established in the early 1970s on the historical farm of John and Polly Garrett.  Today, the park features a historical farm, two disc gold courses, a scenic waterfall over an old mill dam, and an network of hiking and equestrian trails.

Contact Information:

4242 R. Dean Coleman Rd.
Burlington, N.C., 27215

Phone: (336) 229-2410



Connector Trail:

Length: 0.5 miles
Blaze: White

The Connector Trail connects Spoon Branch Trail and Rock Creek Trail.  The trail is basically a loop with an upper and lower section.  The lower section runs through the Rock Creek floodplain and can be muddy and swampy when there's been rain.

Curtis Mill Trail:

Length: 0.4 miles
Blaze: Purple

Curtis Mill Trail is a paved trail starting from the parking at Wellspring Disc Golf Course.  The paved trail leads down from the parking to Rock Creek downstream of the old mill dam.  It also leads across the creek to Elmo's Gazebo.  Rock Creek Trail, which is natural surface, continues past the paved trail in both directions.

Rock Creek Trail:

Length: 2.2 miles
Blaze: Green

Rock Creek Trail begins at the picnic area across from the park office.  The trail consists of two loops.  The first makes a loop around Rock Creek and its tributary, Rocky Branch.  The second loops around Rock Creek passing the old mill dam.

Spoon Branch Trail:

Length: 2.0 miles
Blaze: Blue

Spoon Branch Trail begins at the parking lot by the Garrett Historical Farm.  After crossing the park entrance road, the trail descends along Fox Branch to Rock Creek.  After crossing on a bridge, the trail makes a loop around Spoon Branch.

Points of Interest:

Old Mill Dam:

The old mill dam can be accessed from either Curtis Mill Trail or Rock Creek Trail.  The waterfall that flows over the dam is very scenic, even if it's not natural.

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