Cliffs of the Neuse

State Park - North Carolina

Cliffs of the Neuse State Park is located along the southern banks of the Neuse River in Seven Springs, Wayne County, North Carolina. It has a swimming area, camp sites, hiking trails, fishing areas, and picnic areas. The park's museum features exhibits about the geology and natural history of the cliffs and the park. Extending for 600 yards (550 m), the series of cliffs rise 90 feet (27 m) above the water. Layers of sand, clay, seashells, shale and gravel form the multicolored cliff face, a rainbow of white, tan, yellow and brown.

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Fact Sheet of Cliffs of the Neuse State Park (SP) in North Carolina. Published by North Carolina State Parks.Cliffs of the Neuse - Fact Sheet

Fact Sheet of Cliffs of the Neuse State Park (SP) in North Carolina. Published by North Carolina State Parks.

Map of Cliffs of the Neuse State Park (SP) in North Carolina. Published by North Carolina State Parks.Cliffs of the Neuse - Map

Map of Cliffs of the Neuse State Park (SP) in North Carolina. Published by North Carolina State Parks.

Campground Map of Cliffs of the Neuse State Park (SP) in North Carolina. Published by North Carolina State Parks.Cliffs of the Neuse - Campground

Campground Map of Cliffs of the Neuse State Park (SP) in North Carolina. Published by North Carolina State Parks.

Group Campground Map of Cliffs of the Neuse State Park (SP) in North Carolina. Published by North Carolina State Parks.Cliffs of the Neuse - Group Campground

Group Campground Map of Cliffs of the Neuse State Park (SP) in North Carolina. Published by North Carolina State Parks.

Cliffs of the Neuse SP https://www.ncparks.gov/cliffs-of-the-neuse-state-park https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cliffs_of_the_Neuse_State_Park Cliffs of the Neuse State Park is located along the southern banks of the Neuse River in Seven Springs, Wayne County, North Carolina. It has a swimming area, camp sites, hiking trails, fishing areas, and picnic areas. The park's museum features exhibits about the geology and natural history of the cliffs and the park. Extending for 600 yards (550 m), the series of cliffs rise 90 feet (27 m) above the water. Layers of sand, clay, seashells, shale and gravel form the multicolored cliff face, a rainbow of white, tan, yellow and brown.

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