Walk of the Month

Welcome to our Walk of the Month—an exciting recommendation of a local park, park event, festival, or scenic location guaranteed to inspire you to reach your step goals! Stay tuned each month as we unveil new featured destinations, guiding you on a journey to discover the wonders of our local parks and unearth new and exciting places to stay active.

Roly Poly Fest @ Rob Wallace Park

📍 12900 Bethel School Road, Midland, NC
📅 Saturday, May 18, 2024
⏰ 10am-2pm

Cabarrus County Active Living and Parks invites you to enjoy a day filled with free family-friendly outdoor activities, including Roly-Poly Rumbles, Races, Rolling, scavenger hunts, live animal encounters, insect races, nature crafts, fishing, giant bowling, a bouncy house, and more!

Attending the Roly Poly Fest presents a fantastic opportunity to boost your step count while enjoying outdoor activities. With all the festival offerings plus exploring the expansive park grounds guarantees a day filled with movement and excitement.

Every step you take contributes to our community count, reflecting your commitment to active living and fostering a vibrant, health-conscious community. Join us in making every step count towards a healthier, happier Cabarrus County!

Explore Rob Wallace Park

📍 12900 Bethel School Road, Midland, NC

Located in Midland, North Carolina, Rob Wallace Park sprawls across 143 acres, making it the largest Cabarrus County park. After opening in 2017 and with thoughtfully phased plans, the park has been transformed into a modern green space, perfect for outdoor leisure and recreation.

Park Features:

  • Boardwalk
  • Walking Trail
  • Bike Trails
  • Disc Golf Course
  • Playground
  • Picnic Sites
  • Fishing

>> Watch this Video to Explore Rob Wallace Park

    Rob Wallace Park Loop

    Trail: Gravel
    Length:
    2.5 miles
    Route Type: Loop
    Difficulty Level: Easy

    The park loop trail, renowned for its gentle terrain and captivating views, is an easier route that typically takes around 45 minutes to complete at a brisk pace.

    Leashed dogs are welcomed to accompany you on this well-shaded pathway, ensuring a pleasant outing for all.

    >> Click Here for a Larger Image of the Park Loop

    Additional trails with varying difficulty and distances include the 1 mile Flower Trail and the .8 mile Quarry Loop.

    Powder House Mountain Bike Trail

    Trail: Single-track natural trail
    Length:
    1 mile
    Route Type: Loop
    Difficulty Level: Intermediate

    Be prepared to encounter small hills and tight switchbacks that add an exciting elevation challenge to your adventure. Keep an eye out for daily directional changes. Information is posted at the main trailhead.

    >> Click Here for a Larger Image of the Powder House Mountain Bike Trail

    Additional skills areas designated for both beginner and advanced bikers that include berms, dropoffs, balance beams and more are available to inspire riders and push their limits.

    Seasonal Hours

    • March – June
      Sun – Sat: 8am-8pm
    • July – September
      Sun – Sat: 7am-8pm
    • October
      Sun – Sat: 8am-8pm
    • November – February
      Mon – Fri: 8am-5pm
      Sun & Sat: 9am-5pm