Morrow Mountain State Park

View of Morrow Mountain State Park.

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The Bridle Trails are open. _______________________________________ Motorist and cyclists should be aware that construction crews will be installing water and sewer lines underneath and beside the park road to the summit for the next several weeks. There may be rough sections of roadway and brief delays while construction is ongoing. Please follow the directions of the flagmen. Other areas of the park; including the lower picnic area, boat ramp, campgrounds, cabins and hiking trails will remain open and unaffected by this construction. ... details ±
The BOATHOUSE is OPEN on WEEKENDS ONLY (Saturday & Sunday) through the first weekend in November. The boathouse will close for the season at 5:45 on Sunday, November 2, 2014 (Old Fashion Day).

The POOL is CLOSED for the season.

October 18 & November 15: YADKIN RIVER FALL FOLIAGE HIKES
Join a ranger at 3:00 pm at the Boathouse for a 2.4 mile round trip hike to the Falls Dam. We will identify the common trees and observe the Fall foliage here at Morrow Mountain State Park. Wear hiking shoes and bring binoculars if you'd like. Children must be accompanied by an adult.


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(704) 982-4402

morrow.mountain@ncparks.gov

49104 Morrow Mountain Road, Albemarle, NC 28001
GPS: 35.373724, -80.073477

Enjoy the gifts of nature surrounded by the remnants of a once mighty range of peaks. Upon first encounter, the Uwharrie Mountains may seem like a mountainous mirage. These steep, rugged hills unusual topography for the area form a stark contrast with the rolling countryside of the piedmont plateau.

Recreation is plentiful in and around the waters of Lake Tillery and the Yadkin / Pee Dee River. Fishing and boating are popular pastimes. Nature lovers can pick from miles of trails to travel on foot or horseback. And for those who want to stay and take it all in, cabins and camping are available. There's really only one word to describe Morrow Mountain State Park: variety. Use the family car or RV, horseback or canoe, put on a pair of hiking boots or bait your favorite fishing pole a visit to Morrow Mountain lets you choose your kind of adventure.