Located in Cumberland County 13 miles northwest of Fayetteville, Carvers Creek State Park features Long Valley Farm, which was once the winter retreat of James Stillman Rockefeller, and the Sandhills access that offers multiuse trails through beautiful longleaf pine ecosystems. The park provides plenty of opportunities for recreation and experiencing natural and cultural history. Both accesses include diverse habitats that are home to unique species like the federally endangered red-cockaded woodpecker and the Pine Barrens tree frog.

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Directions to the Science
TIP: Two park entrances: (1)Long Valley Farm: 2505 Long Valley Rd, Spring Lake, NC 2390 AND (2)Sandhills: 995 McCloskey Rd , Fayetteville NC 28311