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Bluff Loop Trail is 3 miles long and is a fairly easy trek.

Bluff Loop Trail is a wonderful path through reforested area. You will see many pines and a few sweet gum, birch and oak. In the spring, you may be able to see the rare false Solomon's seal. There is usually an abundance mayapples which are the large low-growing leafy plants. The trail travels inland for about 3/4 of the trip with the remaining 1/4 traversing creek side.

Directions: From Roanoke Rapids, NC, Twenty-one miles southwest of Roanoke Rapids and 23 miles north of Rocky Mount. From I-95 follow NC 48 to SR 1002 between Brinkleyville and Ringwood. Turn west on to SR 1002 to park office. (This route also loops around to the SR 1322 entrance.) OR From I-95 follow NC 48 to NC 561 turning west and traveling to SR 1322. Head south on SR 1322 to park entrance. From the SR 1322 entrance, travel straight into a parking and picnic area. Bluff Loop Trail begins in the south end of this area.

Elevation: 200 feet

Elevation Gain: Minimal

Distance: 3 miles

Difficulty: Easy

 
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