Thursday, November 23, 2017

Cape Fear Botanical Garden


   Interconnecting trails loop around 80 acres of the garden which has been left in a mostly natural state. A camellia garden and a daylily garden add color. We visited too late in the year for the flowers but enjoyed the colorful fall foliage. A few buildings have been relocated to the gardens to form a rural farmstead setting. The buildings are opened when staff is available.



   Most of the paths are hard packed sand which makes rolling fairly easy however wheelchair users will still need assistance due to soft spots, roots, steep bridges, and hills. The farmstead buildings do not have ramps.

  The parking lot is large enough for any RV.  Garden   35.05678, -78.85792

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