Mayodan - Mayo River State Park Trails

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Mayo River State Park - 500 Old Mayo Park Road - Mayodan - Type of Trail: Walking Length of Trail: 1.8 mile loop and ½ mile loop.

Well marked loop trails run along a ridge and feature native plants such as running cedar.

Other park amenities include a park office/visitor contact station, picnic shelter with grills (accommodates up to 100 and may be reserved), three individual picnic pads each with table and grill, and pond fishing (N.C. fishing license required and posted creel limits apply). Total acreage for the entire park is presently 1,967 acres.

The centerpiece is a restored pavilion-style picnic shelter designed by renowned architect Antonin Raymond. A protégé of Frank Lloyd Wright, Raymond introduced a Japanese style of architecture to the U.S., incorporating local materials and creating buildings that are in harmony with the native surroundings.

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Trailhead(s) Directions: Traveling north on NC 220 from Greensboro, take the US 220 Business exit toward Stoneville, keep left at the fork and follow signs for Madison/Mayodan. Turn left on US 220 Business South.