Moss Rock Preserve

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Moss Rock Preserve is a 350-acre nature park hosting a variety of trees, plants, rock outcroppings, streams, waterfalls, and wildlife. The preserve is home to four species of rare plants as well as a rare variant of Little River Canyon Sandstone Glade, one of thirty-five occurrences known around the world. The park has no less than 12-miles of hiking trails which allow visitors to view the internal beauty found within the park. A host of waterfalls adorn the landscape and are activity throughout the year. The best time to view these water features is after rainfall in the area. The blue trail transverses the central region of the park giving the best view of these falls. Additionally, Moss Rock is home to the Boulder Field, appealing to climbers of all skill levels. The area hosts some of the best bouldering in the region. For more information and trail maps, visit the Moss Rock webpage on Hoover’s website.



15246000 sq-ft
350 acres


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Park information current as of March 11, 2014
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