High Rock Lake and its fishermen are fortunate in the regard that the Pee Dee River chain and its reservoirs are a perfect home for fish populations. We have a higher number of fish per acre than most of the other North Carolina lakes.Read More
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With 365 miles of shoreline and water surface covering 15,180 acres, High Rock Lake is the second largest lake in North Carolina behind Lake Norman. Serving as a reservoir lake on the Yadkin River, between Rowan and Davidson counties, High Rock Lake produces hydroelectric power for the surrounding communities.
Water control rules set forth by the High Rock Lake Association, the Yadkin River, and the various companies using the lake, help keep water level high and stable during recreational months. Boats, sailboats, and jet skis are welcomed. Several public accesses and boat launches including Tamarac Marina, High Rock Lake Marina & Campground, Southmont Abbotts Creek, Buddle Creek, and Pebble Beach Access are available.
High Rock Lake is a hidden jewel in a country setting that provides a quaint, quiet lake lifestyle.
Visiting Rowan County for the first time or just looking to make weekend plans? Here’s a list of 10 things that’ll help you see Rowan County’s most popular assets.Read More