Celebrate National Move Month on one of these Cape Fear area trails

April is National Move Month according to the American Heart Association. April 7th was National Walking Day. Celebrate the month and the beautiful weather by getting out on one of these Cape Fear area trails.

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New Hanover County

Downtown Riverwalk (Source: Cape Fear Visitors Guide)
Downtown Riverwalk (Source: Cape Fear Visitors Guide)

Pender

Osgood Canal Greeway (Source: Burgaw NC)
Osgood Canal Greeway (Source: Burgaw NC)

Bladen

Jones Lake State Park (Source: North Carolina State Parks)
Jones Lake State Park (Source: North Carolina State Parks)

Columbus

  • Fair Bluff River Walk

    • The Fair Bluff River Walk is a beautiful elevated river walk that is open and free to the public. The walk takes you around the Lumber River and is more than a mile long.
Fair Bluff River Walk (Source: whitevillenc.com)
Fair Bluff River Walk (Source: whitevillenc.com)

Brunswick

  • Brunswick Nature Trail
    • A 5.5 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Winnabow, North Carolina that features a river and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
  • Green Swamp Preserve 
    • There is an out-and-back trail that takes you through several savannas in the green swamp totaling of about a mile and a half.
  • Boiling Springs Lake Preserve
    • Located in Boiling Spring Lakes, the 6000+ acre preserve includes a bounty of rare flora and fauna, including the endangered red-cockaded woodpecker, a variety of carnivorous plants, rough-leaf loosestrife and a variety of orchids.
(Source: NCBrunswick.com)
(Source: NCBrunswick.com)

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