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Friday
Jul012011

New Mobile App Available for NC State Parks

The NC Division of Parks and Recreation recently released a new mobile app for the iPhone and Android phones to help provide "the most up-to-date park information, upcoming events, news, alerts, weather conditions and geographic landmarks" for the park you are visiting.  Features include:

  • Search by activity of interest on-the-go

  • Search by Park or Region

  • Stay current on park events

  • Receive news, alerts, and location based weather updates

  • Access park information such as hours of operation & park overview

  • View maps of park facilities, trails and campgrounds

  • Learn about the park's history

  • Get directions to each park

  • Interactive facility contact (phone, address & email) info

  • Access online reservations

  • Accessibility & Park Regulation information

  • Socially Network through Facebook & Twitter

  • Flickr Photo share


The pro version of the app costs $3.99, provides more features, and a portion of the cost goes back to help manage NC Parks.

All of the NC State Parks are either on the NC Birding Trail currently or will be soon.

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