FALL HIKING

Fall can be one of the most spectacular times of the year for walking and hiking. When you think of hiking in North Carolina, your mind likely goes to the Blue Ridge Mountains where the views are nothing short of breathtaking. For some of us, the flatter trails are more favorable, more accessible, and their scenery can be just as intriguing in a different way. There are some absolutely lovely places to hike right here in Brunswick County, NC. Here are a few to consider.

Brunswick Nature Park in Town Creek, NC offers walking and hiking trails, horse riding trails and kayaking trails: (http://southport.insiderinfo.us/sports-fitness-parks/parks/brunswick-nature-park/profile/)

At the Ev-Henwood Nature Preserve in Leland, NC you will find 10 miles of hiking trails:

(http://leland.insiderinfo.us/sports-fitness-parks/parks/ev-henwood-nature-preserve/profile/)

Don’t rule out the coast. In the Town of Oak Island, NC you will find the Environmental Overlook Trails with all the beauty of coastal nature:  (http://southport.insiderinfo.us/attractions/oak-island/environmental-overlook-trails/profile/)