12:30-1:30 Black Eyed Peas being served –
come early, while supplies last!
Hikes begin at 2:00 pm Friday, January 1, 2016
Please allow 20 minutes to walk from the parking area to the gathering point.
The Eno River New Year’s Day Hike is as traditional to the Triangle’s first day of the year as black-eyed peas and resolutions. This year, we’ll be serving black eyed peas to kick off the new year right- come early, when they’re gone, they’re gone!
Each year on January 1st the Eno River Association sponsors a fun-filled afternoon of guided hikes, refreshments and merriment. This year we will offer two hike options, a longer 6 mile hike as well as a shorter, approximately 2 mile route. There will be something for everyone, so come one, come all and enjoy New Year’s Day at the Eno!
The New Year’s Day hike starts from the Eno River State Park Headquarters (Few’s Ford Access area-6101 Cole Mill Rd. 27705) at the very end of Cole Mill Road northwest of Durham. From I-85 Cole Mill Road Exit, drive 5.7 miles north on Cole Mill Road until it ends in the picnic parking lot at the end of the road. Hot chocolate, marshmallows, and popcorn will be served around the fire at the end of the hike.
For Google Maps directions to Eno River State Park – Fews Ford Access see map below.
For N.C State Parks directions and printable map; click here.
For More Information Contact the Eno River Association office at (919) 620-9099, ext. 211 or email: email@example.com
All hikes are free.
No registration is required.
For more photos of New Year’s on the Eno, click here.
The Eno River Association offers hikes each Sunday from January through mid-May.
Winter Hikes on the Eno: Click here for more information.
Spring Hikes on the Eno: Click here for more information.
More hikes! This year, to celebrate our 50th anniversary, we are challenging the public to participate in our 50 Hikes Challenge.