Falls Lake

B.W. Wells

Latitude, Longitude: 35.987417, -78.630695

There is a one mile (loop), moderate hiking trail. Biking is prohibited on the path.

Special note: B.W. Wells home and interpretive area is just a short walk from the camping area. If you have any interest in nature and our environment contact the park office for a scheduled tour (you'll be glad you did!).

There are parking spaces designated for persons with disabilities. There are no campsites at B.W. Wells designed specifically for wheelchairs (see: Rolling View and Shinleaf). The bathhouse and restrooms are wheelchair accessible.

B.W. Wells is designed specifically for group camping. 14 improved group campsites - each accommodating up to 35 people. Sites are equipped with picnic tables, benches, grills, water and a campfire ring. There is also a centrally located restroom/showerhouse.

Unoccupied/unreserved campsites are available on a first-come basis. Park Hours: Nov thru Feb 8a-6p; Mar and Oct 8a-7p; Apr, May and Sep 8a-8p; Jne thru Aug 8a-9p. Office hours: 8a-5p Mon thru Fri. Park closed Christmas Day. Park gates are locked when officially closed except for emergency situations. Call the park office (919-676-1027) prior to your departure to confirm camping dates.

Rollingview Marina, a privately owned/operated full-service marina, is also located on the lake .

Directions

From I-85 exit 191 (Butner) follow NC-56 east to Creedmoor and NC-50. Turn right on NC-50 and head south to Falls Lake. After you cross the lake you will encounter the intersection of NC-98. Turn left on NC-98 (toward Wake Forest) and proceed to Stoney Hill Road; turn left and follow it to Bud Morris Road; turn left again, continue to Bent Road and turn left and on into the park.

From Raleigh I-440 exit 7 follow NC-50 north to the junction of NC-98. Turn right on NC-98 (toward Wake Forest) and proceed to Stoney Hill Road; turn left and follow it to Bud Morris Road; turn left again, continue to Bent Road and turn left and on into the park.