More than 12 miles of hiking trails let you wander through a variety of terrain. Scenic trails invite you to journey into the park's interior. Cape Fear Canoe Trail runs through the park.
Fish in small clear streams that have cut beds through soil and rock in their age-old rush to join the river. Best spots for fishing in the Cape Fear River are the Fish Traps and the mouth of Campbell Creek. Largemouth bass, crappie, warmouth, bluegill, catfish and sunfish are the plentiful.
A picnic area with towering oak and hickory provide shade for 31 tables and six grills. Drinking water and restrooms are located nearby. A smaller picnic area is located on the park's north side.
Group wilderness camping, wilderness family camping and a canoe campground are offered. Each has tent pads, fire circles and pit toilets.
Regularly scheduled education programs are offered or contact the park office to arrange a special exploration of Raven Rock for your group or class. Programs can be requested from the park staff.
Environmental Educational Learning Experience (EELE)--Raven Rock. Then and Now. Grades: 5, 6, 7 and 8. Introduces students to the geologic processes along the fall line, focusing on the Raven Rock area. Major concepts covered include: the rock cycle, rock and mineral characteristics, weathering and erosion and geomorphology.
A concession stand, located near the main parking lot, contains a snack and a drink machine. The picnic area, restrooms and partial number of picnic tables are handicapped accessible.