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sk12018 wrote a review Aug 2019
Hillsborough, North Carolina30 contributions23 helpful votes
In addition to being a beautiful, well maintained park, it is adjacent to the Eno River Walkway, which is spectacular.
Date of experience: August 2019
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Betty E wrote a review Jun 2019
Hillsborough, North Carolina136 contributions23 helpful votes
Anything you would want in a park, Gold Park has it. I never think of this as a tourist attraction but it could be to stop and take a break and have a picnic. There are trails that are lovely and there is a playground for children. It is a great respite if you have active kids and need a break and can watch them at the same time. I love the trails.…
Date of experience: May 2019
DailyHiker wrote a review Feb 2019
23 contributions11 helpful votes
With plenty of free parking, this is a perfect starting point for a walk along the Hillsborough Riverwalk. The park has play equipment, bathrooms, soccer field and a fenced dog park and plenty of trash cans.
Date of experience: February 2019
Bobbi S wrote a review Oct 2018
Lido Beach, New York3,960 contributions271 helpful votes
Came here with our bicycles and, on the advice of a park-regular, we followed the paved trail that winds around this 24 acre park, along the Enos River, and then becomes the 1.5 mile long RiverWalk. Had we had mountain bikes, would have continued on to the dirt path that goes on for another 5 miles onto private property but that area is open to walkers and mountain bikes (read the signs at the far end of the RiverWalk to access this area). Gold Park has something for nearly everyone and is "thoughtful" in some of its design, such as the Bee Hotel, which is made up of natural materials with spaces for bees to hunker down and feel safe. There is a good sized dog park, baseball field, playground, large, grassy area, rest rooms, soda/water machines, water fountains, and what is especially nice are the numerous entrances from/to the town of Hillsborough for those without cars. Come take a walk along the Enos River and find the gorgeous gazebo-like structure made entirely of saplings that looks like it grew up from below the ground, and erected by 150+ volunteers. It's a beauty!…
Date of experience: October 2018
715faithc wrote a review Aug 2018
Hillsborough, North Carolina158 contributions20 helpful votes
The park has plenty of parking, and walking trails, clean rest rooms, pets are allowed, they have a fenced in area to let your dogs run in.
Date of experience: August 2018