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Hoop Pole Creek Nature Trail

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Hoop Pole Creek Nature Trail

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Atlantic Station Shopping Center, opposit Bojangles, Atlantic Beach, NC 28512-5318
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This session is a great way to capture your memories. Its a fun laid back session and something you will have forever. The online gallery will allow you to print and download your images as you wish. You also get to share this gallery with friends and family to allow them to do the same.
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jmpncsu wrote a review Dec 2
Raleigh, North Carolina4,064 contributions1,106 helpful votes
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Hoop Pole Creek Nature Trail is a 1-mile round-trip hike through the only remaining maritime forest left in Atlantic Beach. The property was protected by the NC Coastal Federation to prevent development and preserve this endangered habitat on Bogue Banks. We took our dog for a hike here while visiting Atlantic Beach. The trail is a mix of boardwalks and paved trail and leads to views of a salt marsh and the estuary where Hoop Pole Creek flows into Bogue Sound. We visited in winter, I imagine the bugs could get bad in the summer. A beautiful area and worth a visit to get away from crowds at the beach.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Tenof10 wrote a review Sep 2020
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania118 contributions19 helpful votes
My husband and I took a well marked hiking trail that is not very long at all. There are a couple of places where it branches off either to the beach or thru the foliage but we chose to stay on the beaten path.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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tiaalvis wrote a review Jul 2020
Louisville, Kentucky10 contributions2 helpful votes
Short easy trial. Didn’t see much wildlife. Lots of bugs though so to enjoy it more put on insect repellent before going.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Nancy D wrote a review May 2019
Augusta, Georgia, United States151 contributions76 helpful votes
You enter this trail from the parking lot near bo jangles. I was able to use my rolling walker. I rated the trail 4 instead of 5 because there were no park brochures in the 2 boxes that are supposed to hold them and there were no signs along the trail telling me what I was supposed to be looking at! The deer fly were biting us that day which is no fault of anyone. We did enjoy the trail. It is a way for folks with mobility issues to enjoy nature. Small children would be able to walk this trail.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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LA-Traveler70043 wrote a review May 2019
New Orleans, Louisiana314 contributions58 helpful votes
Nice area to visit. Interesting to learn about Sand Dunes and how they actually protect the property behind the by redirecting the winds.
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Date of experience: June 2018
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