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Bakers Mountain Park, Hickory
(4.5/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
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  • There are covered shelters and picnic tables, hiking trail. a nice quiet place to take a walk in the woods. 
  • This park has been at the foothills and literally at the base of a mountain so it is good for hiking, running, and exercise. There are trails and facilities to use making a great day of enjoyment. 
  • My wife found this county park on the Internet and wanted us to visit and hike some of the trails. It's easy to find. While checking the trail map, one of the park rangers asked if we had a trail pick...  more »
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  • Great views of hickory, and not too far out of the way if you're in hickory. Definitely my favorite attraction in the immediate area of the town. And don't be fooled by the seemingly small size of the mountain, it's definitely a workout to hike (not like most parks in the area where you drive to the top and just walk along the ridge). The park is really well kempt for a county park, and is deserving of a morning or an afternoon trip. Unfortunately, the very top of the mountain is somewhat blocked. There's an observation deck near the top, but that's about as far as you can hike according to park rules. A friendly hiker said if you do get to the top and turn away from hickory, you can see Charlotte on a clear day.
  • This park had a red, orange, yellow, and blue trail. All in +5 miles. I ran up the mountain recently taking the red to yellow to blue then to orange and red trails, almost 3 miles. The trail is loose rock and raised roots so run this at your own risk as it can be very tricky especially in some downhill sections. There is a nice gazebo at near the top where the trail stops. There are bathrooms at the park entrance so that you can change. If you have never visited it is definitely worth it.
  • A nice park that's not too far from town. Be careful though, the straightest path in this park is also the steepest. The winding trails have good variety though, passing old mill houses, streams, and nice views.
  • Awesome hiking area. Clean and friendly people. Views are stellar at the top.
  • This place has the most clearly marked trails I have ever been on. The hike up the actual mountain itself is difficult and strenuous, but worth it.