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There’s not much there for young kids. No playground. But they have canoeing. I haven’t canoed there yet myself but it looks like everyone has a great time doing it. It’s a lot larger pond than most everyone thought it was. People fish there too...More
Visited for the first time. Huge beautiful cypress trees with the kayak trail snaking through them. Took just about an hour. The next trip will be at a slower pace to better enjoy the scenery.not an abundance of people on the water. One could get...More
On a warm day in Raleigh, my friend and I drive the short drive from Raleigh to enjoy a cool, serene kayak around the 73 buoys in the Robertson Millpond Sunken Forest.
It was worth the $42.00 it cost to rent two solo kayaks for...More
Get your paddles out, don't be sad that the Neuse is closed due to flooding, go to Wendell! Only open weekends though, don't know why that is!! First weekend open, we were there 4/30, Sunday morning, and the parking lot was almost full. Us old...More
Visited this new county park today. It's located about six bowshots from East Wake High School, just off Rolesville Road. It is a beautiful natural spot that has been noted in the local newspaper and today, sure enough, there were two or three groups of...More
Robertson Millpond Preserve is a new Wake County Park, protecting a historical millpond on Buffaloe Creek, The park is very new, so the only amenities are a parking area, boat dock, and paddle trail. There are no restrooms or drinking water, so plan accordingly. There...More
What a kayaking jewel! This is a new park, new launch, just opened in April. You can rent kayaks on site, or bring your own. There is even a water spigot to wash off your boat when you get out. The current trail has 30...More