We began our 22+ mile hike of the Neusiok Trail at the Oyster Point Campground trailhead. In about 2.5 miles there is a hut and camping area and another in about 9 more miles where we spent the night. There are small 3 sided huts that fit 3-5 people. There is also a pump well at the huts, we treated the water but were told some do not. Most of the trail on day 1 was wet, soggy or worse because of the previous evenings heavy rain and mosquitos were out in force. Day 2 began by walking very carefully over a half mile slippery wooden boardwalk, mosquitos were gone due to a wonderful breeze, and after the boardwalk, the trail was mostly passable. As we neared Pine Cliffs, the trail ran along the Neuse River and a scenic beach area. The is also several miles of horse trails. If you research the trail, you will likely find a detailed description by gunny(74 or something). We had the pleasure of meeting him. Gunny is a trail angel for the Neusiok. He often checks the trails, campsites, huts, water pumps, fire rings, etc to make sure everything is in order.There is also a wildlife club (sorry, can't remember the name) that supports the Neusiok and thanks to them and Gunny we had a great backpacking trip.
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