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Your outlet for relaxation
While your NC State parks are a great way to get out of the house, we still need to exercise caution while interacting with other park patrons and staff. Please follow the below instructions and check our facebook page or park website for any closures. If you're not yet comfortable getting out you can still earn your Junior Ranger patches remotely

Ranger Crystal and Ranger Jess host a monthly podcast that answer a variety of questions about North Carolina State Parks.

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What Does a Park Ranger Do? A Closer Look at Law EnforcementWe sit down with North District Superintendent Kristen Woodruff (then Falls Lake State Recreation Area Park Superintendent) and take a closer look at the law enforcement component of the North Carolina State Park Rangers multi-specialist roles.

Venus FlytrapsJoin us for a chat with Ranger Carla about the mysterious Venus Fly Trap and what makes them unique.

Ranger Avory at Kerr Lake State Recreation AreaRanger Avery gives us some pro tips for how to get into fishing! Also did you know there was a 143 pound catfish caught in Kerr Lake! 

Parks Planner Christy RosasTheir guest this episode is Parks Planner Christy Rosas.

This pocket activity can be done at any park that has Long-Leaf Pine trees. Just print it and go to any of the following parks: Carolina Beach, Carvers Creek, Cliffs of the Neuse, Fort Macon, Goose Creek, Hammocks Beach, Jones Lake, Jordan Lake, Jockey's Ridge, Kerr Lake, Lake Waccamaw, Lumber River, Merchants Millpond, Morrow Mountain, Raven Rock, Singletary Lake, and Weymouth Woods.
Our mailing address is:
12700 Bayleaf Church Rd. Raleigh NC 27614

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