13304 Creedmoor Road
Wake Forest, NC 27587
*HOURS FOR DAY-USE AREAS:
- November to February:
8:00am to 6:00pm
- March to April:
8:00am to 8:00pm
- May to August:
8:00am to 9:00pm
- September to October:
8:00am to 8:00pm
Closed Christmas Day
*HOURS FOR CAMPGROUND GATES:
All campgrounds at Falls Lake State Recreation Area offer 24-hour access when the campground is operating.
Campgrounds closed Christmas Eve and Christmas Day
*PLEASE NOTE: Day-use hours and 24-hour campground access are dependent on the operating season schedule.
PARK OFFICE HOURS:
8:00am to 5:00pm daily**
**Between Labor Day and Easter, office is closed on weekends and state holidays.
Sandling Beach day-use area closes for the winter season on October 1, 2019. Holly Point campground closes for the winter season on November 1, 2019. BW Wells Group Campground closes for the winter season on December 1, 2019.
Other Falls Lake camping and day-use areas are open all winter long. For a full list, see the Falls Lake Operating Season Schedule:
Things to do
Hiking and Biking
The park is a great place for a hike! See the Trails page for more information.
Persons with disabilities will find access to a wide range of recreational opportunities at Falls Lake. All parking lots have spaces set aside for persons with disabilities and the restrooms are accessible as well. An accessible fishing pier is located at Beaverdam and Rollingview. Accessible picnic shelters are also available at Beaverdam, as well as at Rolling View and Sandling Beach. Accessible swimming is available at Beaverdam, Rolling View and Sandling Beach, and accessible campsites are available at Holly Point, Rolling View and Shinleaf. Park staff can guide you to facilities best suited to your needs.
Highway 50, Rolling View and Beaverdam recreation areas have boat-launching ramps. Only boats with non-gasoline motors are allowed in Beaverdam. B. W. Wells and Holly Point provide similar services for campers only.
Sandling Beach offers a beach to launch non-motorized watercraft, but paddlers must carry canoes across the beach to the water by hand.
A privately managed concession near Rolling View State Recreation Area—Rollingview Marina—offers boat launching, slips and mooring, kayak, paddleboard and canoe rentals, as well as a snack bar, supplies and gasoline. 919-596-2194.
Check lake levels at the US Army Corps of Engineers website.
Bass, bluegill, catfish and crappie - as well as numerous artificial reefs and fish shelters, and continuous stocking programs - attract anglers to Falls Lake. N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission regulations apply. See water levels here.
All recreation areas offer picnic sites with outdoor grills and tables. Drinking water is located nearby. Sandling Beach, Rolling View and Beaverdam have picnic shelters of various sizes with drinking water and restrooms nearby. Highway 50 offers picnic tables, grills, trash receptacles and nearby restrooms.
Use of picnic shelters is free on a first-come, first-served basis; a fee is charged to reserve a shelter. This facility can be reserved through our central reservation system.
Sandling Beach, Rolling View and Beaverdam provide sandy swim beaches with nearby restrooms and changing facilities. Holly Point offers swimming for campers only. Supervise children closely and outfit them with personal flotation devices when they are in or near water.