These parks and facilities are owned and/or operated by Orange County. They are open to the public for activities scheduled by the Department of Environment, Agriculture, Parks and Recreation. Most facilities are available for use by private groups and individuals upon payment of rental fees, facility deposit, and completion of application use forms. Facilities must be reserved seven days prior to event. You may make reservations the following ways:
In person at the Bonnie B Davis Environment & Agricultural Center (DEAPR office) 1020 US 70 W in Hillsborough across from the DMV offices. In person reservations are accepted between 8:30 - 11:45 am and 1:15 - 4:30 pm.
WebTrac Splash Page Update
As you log in to enroll for a program, reserve a facility, or make a payment, you may notice that the WebTrac interface has an updated look. We hope this update improves usability and presence. To access WebTrac, please visit www.orangecountync.gov/activityregistration. Please contact the office (919-245-2660) with any questions or concerns navigating the new WebTrac interface.
Orange County releases Interactive Trails and Greenways map
Getting outside and enjoying the many beautiful trails in Orange County has been made easier. Orange County, in collaboration with the Towns of Carrboro, Chapel Hill, and Hillsborough, North Carolina State Parks, North Carolina Botanical Garden, the University of North Carolina, Classic American Homes, Eno River Association, and Triangle Land Conservancy, has created an interactive trails and greenway map. The map can be found here.
The map will allow users to search for trails within Orange County based on several different criteria defined by the user. The map includes data for each trail including the length, difficulty rating and surface type.
This project is a companion to the interactive Parks Locator Map that can be used to locate all parks in Orange County and search for parks and recreation facilities by amenities.