The other day I hiked on the Buckquarter Creek and Holden Mill Trail at Eno River State Park. There was lots of people hiking at Eno River State Park. Some people was swimming in the river and walking their dogs. I am not please on how the state park is getting treating my visitors. If you go hiking on this trail, then you have to watch out for dog mess. I saw butterflies on the trail but I did not like taking pictures of them because they like the dog waste. It is a little sad that not everyone who go on trails treat the trail and park with respect. First of all, the park had no swimming area. I am not normally someone who press on the issue of not breaking the rules; however, the state park is there to project wildlife habitat. There are some state parks that allow swimming such as Jordan Lake State Park.
There are some beautiful waterfalls on this trail. I thing I may try this trail again during the morning time or later afternoon when there is fewer people on it.
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