Hagan-Stone Park History
At a time when progress was symbolized by a bulldozer, Anne Hagan waged a relentless battle to save the trees and beauty spots in a garden club city. During this same time, Joseph Stone, a grand man of the outdoors, fought to conserve land. In 1964, when a regional park was established near Pleasant Garden, it was fitting that it be named Hagan-Stone Park, honoring Anne Hagan and Joseph Stone. Today Hagan-Stone Park is a scenic 409-acre wildlife refuge and recreational facility. Hagan-Stone offers recreational activities for all walks of life and diverse interests.
Hagan-Stone Park is a 409-acre park located in southeast Guilford County, North Carolina. Known for its cross country trails, the park hosts various high school and college meets in the fall of the year.
We are a pet friendly facility and ask pet owners to always keep their pets on a leash.
The Hagan-Stone Park Campground will not be taking reservations and will be closed from November 1st, 2018 to January 31st, 2019 due to campground upgrades. Please note this closure is subject to change. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Starting Monday, April 9th, park hours are 8am – 8pm
CLOSED THANKSGIVING DAY, CHRISTMAS EVE, CHRISTMAS DAY & NEW YEARS DAY