Imagine relaxing in a cove, listening to the sounds of water rippling. Then, you feel a firm tug on your fishing line. It's going to be a big one! Picture the surface of the lake glistening, water spraying your face, the boat motor ahead roaring. Suddenly, your skis give way a splash landing! Hear the laughter of children, smell burgers roasting over a charcoal fire, feel a breeze blowing through the campground. With almost 14,000 acres of water, all this and more is yours to discover at Jordan Lake. The NC Division of Parks and Recreation operates nine recreation areas on the lake Crosswinds Campground, Ebenezer Church, Parker's Creek, Poplar Point, Seaforth, Vista Point, Robeson Creek, New Hope Overlook, and White Oak Recreation Area. Whether you're looking for fun in the sun or an evening under the stars, Jordan Lake offers it all.

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16 days ago

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29 days ago

Great walk with my 3yr old. Easy access from the trail to several small beaches (water is low at Jordan Lake at the moment). I did not find the entrance of the trail at the parking lot (saw it later: walk 200 meters along the main road) so I started it at the southern end; at Seaforth Beach parking lot. A short part of the wooden boardwalk near the southwest end of the loop is broken, but we could walk on the dry soil where the boardwalk used to be.

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2 months ago

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2 months ago

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