Sandhills Story Trail Adventures

The Sandhills Story Trail Adventures Now in Cameron at Phillips Memorial Park! Ribbon Cutting March 19, 2024 @ 10am

Come along and enjoy the adventures of Winnie-the-Pooh and his friends along a special digital story trail at Phillips Memorial Park in Cameron. The Sandhills Story Trail Adventures was created in 2023 by the Pinehurst, Southern Pines, Aberdeen Area Convention & Visitors Bureau (CVB) and their official destination storyteller, Dan Dreyer as part of the statewide Year of the Trail initiative. The 12-station trail allows parents and their children to scan a special QR code, so they can read, or listen to the adventures of Winnie-the-Pooh and his friends. The story trail is designed for children of all ages and can be enjoyed complimentary during regular park hours.


There are 12 “stations” that will have Pooh and his friends on an adventure. Each station correlates to a page in the story. Using a QR code you can read and listen along with music and familiar voices of our friends in the 100 acre woods as they go on an adventure in the Sandhills. Some of the stations will be interactive. You can also download the story and read it any time here.


Cameron’s Phillips Memorial Park is located at: 189 Carthage St, Cameron, NC 28326.

There are bathrooms, a picnic shelter, and a playground at the park.

The trail is about a 1/2 mile around a picturesque pond.


Pick up your favorite Pooh from The Little Toy Shop or one of your favorite Winnie-the-Pooh Stories from The Country Bookshop.


Have a picnic with Pooh and his friends.  Make your own or purchase a picnic from one of our many local restaurants.


Download the story and read it any time here.

Daniel Dreyer, Author, Illustrator 

Daniel Dreyer was born in Houston, Texas. Since then he has lived in 8 different states before finally landing here in beautiful North Carolina. Along the way he attended the Savannah College of Art and Design, where he graduated high honors with a concentration in Painting. While painting there and talking about art, Daniel came to wonder if he was more interested in the human condition itself than painting about it. After graduation, Daniel headed out west to work as a survival guide and rehabilitation counselor in the high sierra Moab Desert in Utah. There he learned to survive in the desert, bust fire with natural materials, and discuss our deepest concerns in groups with rehabilitating drug addicts. Responding to the 2008 market crash,  Daniel moved back east in search of work and landed at Ebner Camps as a counselor. He eventually worked his way up to Creative Director, working on signage, videography, painting and game design along the way. It was there that he met his beautiful wife, Samantha. Today, Daniel is gratefully employed by Moore County as the Convention and Visitors Bureau’s “Destination Storyteller”. He enjoys Moore County very much and hopes never to leave. At least not while he raises his son, Otto James Dreyer. Among other artful accomplishments, Dab has painted one of the many murals in Carthage and a horse as part of the annual Painted Ponies Program to support Carolina Horse Park. He relishes the opportunity to share his love of stories and storytelling and sincerely hopes you enjoy his work.






Page 1
Page 1: Meet Pooh
Page 2
Page 2: Owl
Page 3: Piglet
Page 4: Balloon
Page 4
Page 4: Balloon
Page 5
Page 5: Kanga
Page 6
Page 6: Bee Tree
Page 7
Page 7: Rabbit
Page 8
Page 8: Eeyore
Page 9
Page 9: Tigger
Page 10
Page 10: Pines Cones
Page 11
Page 11: Happy Birthday!
Page 12
Page 12: The End
Page 13 Credits
Afterward & Credits