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Orrum, NC 28369

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Wagram, NC 28396

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Master Plan: Open for Public Comment

The North Carolina Division of Parks and Recreation is pleased to share the final Lumber River State Park master plan (draft) for public review. The Division, in conjunction with their consultant, Sage Design – Landscape Architects, has completed the planning process for this master plan. The master plan is linked below for public input.

The planning process consisted of several site visits to the park; interviewing of stakeholders; three public input meetings held at Barbecue on the Bluff – Fair Bluff, Lumberton Farmers Market, Lumber River Days at Princess Ann Access, and Chalk Banks Challenge; and diligent data collection from local citizens and statewide. All this to make sure that the plan found the correct balance for future development of the park and protection of the natural resources that make Lumber River State Park special and unique.

Please review the master plan and share your thoughts with us. You can email Dave Head, Planning Program Manager, with any comments at dave.head@ncparks.gov.

This plan will be open for public comment until Wednesday, August 12, 2020.

Thank you for your time and input on this important study.

Click here to see the Lumber River Master Plan, draft version for public comment, downloadable through Google Drive »