Island Park – In downtown Bryson City. Take Everett Street to Bryson Street. Cross the bridge over to the park at the end of Bryson Street.


3 months ago
A bit hidden, close to the Bryson City Railroad. A beautiful almost untouched piece of nature. A path will take you along the river all around the island. Easy walk for all ages. Well worth a visit.
- marcus w
3 months ago
This is a lovely little park with some massive trees, access to the water, and some nice trails. It is not well signed, and parking is a bit scarce, but it was not crowded and was lovely!
- Rebecca F
3 months ago
This park is very laid-back great place to come swim or bring your dogs to walk. Picnic tables for a nice lunch
- Colleen R

A Pet-Friendly Midtown Park

Only accessible by a foot bridge, Bryson City’s Island Park is cut off from the mainland by the Tuckasegee River that runs through the center of town. The park, just four short blocks from Everett Street, offers a secluded unspoiled landscape for fresh water anglers, picnickers, kayakers, tourists, hikers, bird watchers and nature enthusiasts. Learn more.

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POB 509
213 Bryson Street
Bryson City, NC 28713
United States

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