There are so many ways to celebrate our beloved river and our earth today, and we hope you’ll take part in at least one of them: …download our Treasure Maps for the Confluence Natural Area …color a page from our coloring book …represent the Eno River (and support our work) with a purchase from our […]
A $15,000 grant from the Duke Energy Foundation will help bring environmental education and outdoor experiences to more than 2,500 youth and adults in the next year. The grant was awarded to the Eno River Association, which will use the funds to connect people with the Eno through its education and outreach programs.
We believe parks, trails and open space can continue to be used in a safe manner that allows people to enjoy the mental and physical health benefits these spaces provide. In places where there are no restrictions on the use of parks, trails, and open spaces, we encourage all users to follow these recommendations*: “Individuals […]
As of May 9, Eno River State Park and Occoneechee Mountain State Natural Area have reopened to the public. Park staff expect higher-than-normal attendance, so please continue to avoid peak times such as weekends. There are several other options for your essential hiking & biking. The below trails and lands have been protected thanks to […]
The Eno River Association is tuned in to the updates about COVID-19 in our community. We are taking precautions to keep our staff and program guests safe, and we hope that our members near and far will remain in good health. We’re following the guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) as well as Durham, Orange, […]
Durham Creek Week is March 14-21, 2020! Activities will be available throughout the Triangle to inform residents about our local creeks, rivers, and lakes and about how to keep them healthy. Join a litter clean-up, go on a canoe adventure, and visit any of our nearby nature preserves. The Eno River Association is proud to […]