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Morrow Mountain State Park Bridle Trails are Closed.
PRESCRIBED BURN SCHEDULED FOR THURSDAY, April 23, 2015. The Morrow Mountain overlooks, Morrow Mountain and Mountain Loop trails, along with the mountain top picnic area will closed on Thursday.
THE BOATHOUSE IS OPEN ON WEEKENDS IN APRIL: Rent a canoe or rowboat, pick up a refreshing bottle of spring water, enjoy an ice cream sandwich, or grab a quick snack, bag of ice, firewood, or fishing worms. The BOATHOUSE is nestled on the banks of Lake Tillery, near the Morrow Mountain Boat Ramp.
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Updated: 2015-04-22 21:36:35
Prescribed burning has been planned for various sections of Morrow Mountain State Park between December 15, 2014 and April 30, 2015. Park visitation may be impacted by these planned habitat improvement projects. Due to the presence of fire, smoke, or emergency equipment; park roads, picnic areas, trails, or other recreational areas may be temporarily closed to public use. No interruption of reservations for the Community Building, Family Campground, or Cabins is anticipated.
Controlled burning activities are dependent upon specific weather parameters, thus an exact date usually cannot be confirmed until the morning of the burn. Check back here for updates during this period.
Updated: 2014-11-27 10:51:06
Morrow Mountain State Park is located in Stanly County, six miles east of Albemarle, and is accessible from NC highways 24/27, 73 and 740.
From I-40 in Greensboro, take US 220 South (I-73/I-74). Turn right on NC 24, traveling west toward Albemarle. About six miles from Albemarle, turn right on Valley Drive and travel approximately three miles. Turn right on Morrow Mountain Road, which leads into the park.
From US 74 in Rockingham, take US 220 North (I-73/I-74). Turn left on NC 24, traveling west toward Albemarle. About six miles from Albemarle, turn right on Valley Drive and travel approximately three miles. Turn right on Morrow Mountain Road, which leads into the park.
From I-85 near High Point, take NC 109 south, merge right on Hwy 49 south travel approximately eight miles and turn left onto Hwy 8 south. Turn left at the stoplight in New London onto NC 740. Turn left on Morrow Mountain Rd, which leads into the park.
From Charlotte, take NC 24 east to NC 740. After about three miles, turn right on Morrow Mountain Road, which leads into the park.