While there are no hiking trails, there are several, short foot paths. Biking is prohibited on the paths. Swimmers will welcome the very attractive, sandy swimming beach. A nicely maintained, modern bathhouse is handy for changing.
There is a 4-lane boat ramp at Rolling View.
There are parking spaces designated for persons with disabilities. The picnic shelters, restrooms, and bathhouse and community building are all wheelchair accessible. There also are several campsites designed specifically for wheelchairs. The beach can be reached via a gently sloping concrete pathway which extends all the way to the water.
Camping at Rolling View is available year-round. 82 campsites for RV's have electric and water hookups. Another 35 campsites are for tent/trailer use. Each site has a tent pad, picnic table and grill. Rolling View also has four group camping sites for camping clubs and other larger groups. The group sites have picnic tables, benches, grills, water and a campfire ring. A community building has a large meeting room and kitchen facilities (reservations required). Showers, restrooms and a dump station are conveniently sited.
Campsite reservations may be made for a minimum stay of 7 days. Unoccupied/unreserved campsites are available on a first-come basis. Park Hours: Nov thru Feb 8a-6p; Mar and Oct 8a-7p; Apr and Sep 8a-8p; May 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 .
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 right on NC-98 (toward Durham) and proceed to Baptist Road (about 2 miles); turn right and follow it to the park.
From Raleigh I-440 exit 7 follow NC-50 north to the junction of NC-98. Turn left on NC-98 (toward Durham) and proceed to Baptist Road (about 2 miles); turn right and follow it to the park.