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Biking, Riding, Walking Trails

Biking, walking, and even horseback riding trails abound in our community. 
(Click each image to visit the corresponding website.)

Bear Creek Trail System

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The Bear Creek Trail system in Robbins has over 8 miles of trails located along scenic Bear and Cabin Creeks. Map kiosks at intersections and the main trail heads provide info on different loop hikes, distances and difficulty. There are also disc golf and canoeing opportunities.

National Athletic Village

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National Athletic Village has brought the sand and fun to Moore County.  Their beach area brings you the best elements of a coastal getaway.  While you're there, enjoy the indoor/outdoor Beer Garden! And when you're ready for more check out their trail system, obstacle course, sports fields, and Hunter Games attraction.

Pinehurst Greenway

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The Pinehurst Greenway winds for nearly 6 miles through the community of Pinehurst and its historic business district, meandering through Rassie Wicker Park, the Pinehurst Arboretum and all the way out Linden Road.  The trails are for pedestrian and bicycling access only.  There are several places for users to hop on the greenway system. Parking is available at Rassie Wicker and Cannon Parks.

Click the image for a larger view of the map and CLICK HERE to  visit the Village of Pinehurst website. 

Walthour-Moss Foundation

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The Walthour-Moss Foundation is 4,000+ acres of unspoiled land right here in Moore County.  Here, the environment is preserved and exists as a sanctuary for wildlife and enjoyment for mankind.

The expansive trails are open for horseback riding and walking.  The best entrance is at the equestrian road at the end of May St/US 1 across from Hyland Hills.  There are usually horse trailers parked there.

Mountain Bike Trails

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This Governor's Creek Mountain Bike Trail is located in Carthage and consists of two loops that wind through the beautiful woods.  Visitors describe it as "fun and challenging."  The trails were built in the early 2000's by local mountain bike shop owners and are still maintained by local riders today.  They post often on their Facebook Page if the trails are open or closed.  

So Pines Greenway System

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The Southern Pines Greenway System boasts over 11 miles of walking/biking trails which include the  David R White, Longleaf, Forest Creek, Mill Creek and Nick's Creek trail systems.  Click the image for a larger view of the map.  CLICK HERE for more info about each trail system.  


The Storywalk


The Story Walk that wraps around the Southern Pines Public Library, is an innovative and interactive way for kids to enjoy a story and the outdoors at the same time. Laminated pages from a children’s picture book are located on special display posts located around the library. Featured books change seasonally. Stop in the library before your walk to pick up a special toy to enjoy during your walk (while supplies last).


Weymouth Woods

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Weymouth Woods in Southern Pines not only has amazing nature trails, but also a "Discovery Room" with things for kids to touch and explore, weekly events AND a Sandhills Museum.  They offer educational events on a weekly basis.  Check our Calendar to see what's happening this week!


They also have a 1-mile children's TRACK trail with self-guided brochures and signs that turn your visit into a fun and exciting outdoors experience.  To learn more, CLICK HERE.

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