Trails on the Eno River
Eno River Trail Guides
Contact Information for the Eno River Trails

Map of the Trails on the Eno River


NOTE: Due to Flood damage, these bridges remain unusable:
  • Buckquarter Creek leading to Holden Mill Trail (which remains closed).
  • Nancy Rhodes Creek on the Pump House Trail near the Dam Remnants. (Trail is open)
  • The creek crossing between Pea and Dunnagan Trails. (Trail is open)
There is now an access route to the Holdens Mill Trail from the Ridge Trail on the west side of the Buckquarter Creek. I will GPS that trail and add it to the map as soon as it stops raining.



Jay Schwantes, Webmaster of the Eno River Trails 
 
After frustrating research into a better depiction of the ENTIRE Eno River Trails system, whether official, unnofficial, City, County, State or spontaneous "Social Trails" - and finding none - I decided to compile and explore them myself. The result is one HUGE map best suited for desktop computers. A smaller text listing of trails can be found HERE.

- Jay "Greybeard" Schwantes
Up Arrow for Eno River Trails Full Map
You can see ALL of these trails on one
BIG map by clicking the above image,

BUT NOT WELL-SUITED
FOR MOBILE DEVICES!


or... you can go to the text-listing of
all trails by clicking below:

Eno River Trails Text Listing
FULL ENO TRAILS LISTING
IN TEXT FORMAT  
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Jay Schwantes, hiking on the Eno River Trails
 
Please don't contact me with official business for the State Park, open and close times, or to see if I can help you go find someone still on the trail - I am not afficiated with the Eno River State Park and only do this to offer maps and guides.

See the CONTACT page using the link in the upper right corner to contact them.

On the AREA pages, you will find a graphic like you see to the right. Clicking on it opens an interactive map in a new window so you can follow the trails.
 



Familiar with the concept of "Trail Magic"?
Check out my Appalachian Trail Magic website at www.ATM603.com

 
The trails are fairly static and unchanging, so the maps are mostly accurate.
If you find any errors, inconsistencies or additions, just met me know and I will try to update the maps.

This site is not intended to supercede official sites dedicated to the Eno River protection,
such as the Eno River Association, or the North Carolina Eno River State Park websites.
Links to these organizations can be found on my CONTACT page.


ver. 3.1 ~ 2011-