Group
Tent Sites
Fires Allowed
Pets Unknown
Water Unknown
About Cedarock Park
Price
$10.00
Operator
County
Access
Hike In
Features
No ADA Access
No Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Picnic Table
Reservable
No Sanitary Dump
No Sewer Hookups
Toilets
Trash Available
No Water Hookups
No WiFi
Location
Cedarock Park is located in North Carolina
Latitude
35.9885 N
Longitude
-79.4408 W
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2 Reviews of Cedarock Park
Ranger Review: OOFOS OOmg shoes at Cedarock Park Campground

Campground Review

As one of the best and biggest parks in my area, I've spent a good bit of time at Cedarock Park. There is SO much to do for any outdoor fan. The park is almost 500 acres in size and offers:

  • 6 miles of hiking trails
  • 6 miles of equestrian trails
  • 2 disc golf courses with a total of 36 holes for play
  • A historical farm restored to the late 1800s time period
  • 2 fishing ponds
  • A picturesque waterfall over an old mill dam
  • Picnic shelters and gazebos
  • A basketball court, volleyball court, and playground
  • Canoe and kayak rentals
  • And of course, camping

Cedarock Park offers a handful of sites along Rock Creek, which runs through the park. The sites are only available via hiking in (though the "hike" is a short quarter mile down a wooded forest path). Each site includes a fire pit and bench with ample space to set up tents. The sites are all super flat, which makes finding some place comfortable to set up a tent that much easier. Sites are $10/night for groups under 10 people in size and cost an additional $1 for each person over 10. Reservations are required (though they do accept walk-ins at the park office). You can reserve a site either by calling the park office or by going online. There is a 3 night limit for camping. Park hours are as follows:

  • November - March: 8am to 6pm
  • April: 8am to 8pm
  • May - August: 8am to 9pm
  • September - October: 8am to 8pm

Product Review

As a Ranger for The Dyrt, I am thrilled to have the opportunity to test and review products from time to time. At this campground, I tested OOFOS OOmg low shoes for women.

As someone with perpetually flat feet (due in part to being a swimmer most of my life and in part because I do everything in my Birkenstocks) it's always been hard for me to find a pair of shoes that I not only like but will actually wear. I can say with confidence that OOFOS OOmg shoes will be added to my very small list of shoes I love. Here's a few of the reasons why:

  1. They are unbelievably comfortable. The footbed is made of a super soft foam that greatly reduces the stress on your feet, knees, and back from walking. The mesh material is flexible and breathable, making these so much less constricting than a regular shoe.
  2. They are SUPER light weight while also being incredibly sturdy. I did a few miles of hiking in them and was amazed at how easy it was to move in these shoes.
  3. They are actually really cute on. While this isn't normally a factor for me, I was pleasantly surprised by how cool they looked. They come in multiple colors (I ordered the electric blue) which I really liked (because who doesn't love options?)
  4. They can be worn with or without socks. I wore them without socks and was amazed to have no blisters and pain anywhere after walking a few miles.

Overall I would recommend these shoes in a heartbeat. They're comfortable, breathable, and light weight, making them the perfect pair of shoes for outdoor lovers of any variety.

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Hidden gem for a quick outdoor getaway

Cedarock Park, located in Burlington, North Carolina, is a hidden gem for all sorts of outdoor activities. The park offers hike-in camping with a handful of sites scattered along Rock Creek. The sites are well spaced and can accommodate large groups (you only pay $1 for each additional person for groups larger than 10). The park is also home to 6 miles of hiking trails and 6 miles of equestrian trails. There are two fantastic disc golf courses (I personally enjoy the Wellspring course) and even a historical farm that sheds light on what life was like as a farmer in 19th century North Carolina.