Jordan Lake State Recreation Area »  Ecology
Crosswinds: All camping loops will close Monday, September 29 for the 2014 camping season.
Parker's Creek: Loops 3 and 4 south will close Tuesday, September 2. The group camp sites will close Monday, November 17. Loops 1, 2, and 4 north will be open year-round to accommodate the fall 2014/winter 2015 camping season.
Poplar Point : Loops F, G, H and J will close Tuesday, September 2 . Loops B, C and E will close Monday, November 3 for the 2014 camping season.
Updated: 2014-09-29 11:30:28
Robeson Creek canoe dock is damaged and not to be used. Repairs will be made within the next few weeks.
Updated: 2014-08-27 07:59:06
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Jordan Lake State Recreation Area is one of the largest summertime homes of the bald eagle, the symbol of
the United States for more than 200 years. The population of eagles in the Jordan Lake area has increased
dramatically since the flooding of the reservoir in 1983.
Vast, undisturbed areas provide the perfect home for the bald eagle; there's plenty of fish to eat and a
mature forest for roosting. Although protection efforts have increased the numbers of this mighty bird,
it still remains a protected species. Interpretive programs about the bald eagle are conducted throughout the
year at Jordan Lake. Join one of our programs or bird watch on your own.