Hagen Stone is perhaps best-known outside the Triad for its cross-country trails, which host various local and regional meets. But the park is also popular for its various other recreational amenities, from its hiking and biking trails (two miles devoted exclusively to hiking, 6.2 miles open to both hiking and mountain biking), its fishing on four small lakes, and various other campground activities common to a destination campground (see “Stuff to do nearby”).

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Getting there from downtown Greensboro
Address: 5920 Hagan-Stone Park
City: Pleasant Garden
State: N.C.
Zip: 27313
Distance: 20 minutes from downtown
Latitude: 35.5717
Longitude: 79.4384
No. of campsites: 86
No. with hookups: 70
No. without hookups: 16
Primitive sites: None
Reservations? Yes. 336.674.0472
Cost: $15 sites without hookup, $20 for sites with hookup
Year-round? Yes
Gate hours: 8 a.m. to sunset
Quiet hours: 11 p.m.-7 a.m.
Stuff to do nearby: Hiking, biking, cross-country running trail, playground, fishing, horseshoes, volleyball, orienteering course, swimming (seasonal)