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Created in 1967 by the establishment of the Cowans Ford Dam on the Catawba River, Lake Norman is North Carolina's largest man-made lake. More Info...
Lake Tillery is between Badin and Blewitt Falls Lake in the Uwharrie Lakes Region. It is positioned between Stanly and Montgomery counties. More Info...
Badin Lake lies between Stanly, Davison, Randolph and Montgomery Counties. Created in 1917 by the Aluminum Company of America, Badin Lake contains 5,350 acres and has 115 mi of shoreline More Info...
Mountain Island Lake
Mountain Island Lake was created in 1924. It derived it’s named from a mountain which appears as an island in the lake. Mountain Island Lake is located on the Catawba River, and is the smallest of the three man-made lakes More Info...
Lake Wylie, a man-made lake, was first formed in 1904 when the Catawba Dam was constructed. Bordering, both North and South Carolina, Lake Wylie is a recreational destination for residents of nearby cities such as Charlotte, Fort Mill, and Rock Hill. More Info...
High Rock Lake
High Rock Lake is the second largest lake in North Carolina containing 15,180 acres, 365 miles of shoreline with and average depth of 16 feet. High Rock Lake lies between Davison and Rowan counties. More Info...
Kings Mountain Reservoir (Moss Lake)
Buffalo Creek, dammed in 1963 to form Moss Lake (also known as KingsMountain Reservoir), was completed in 1973. At full pond, Moss Lake holds More Info...
Uwharrie Point owners find the locale and proximity of the community to be nicely secluded, yet surprisingly convenient to major North Carolina cities. You will find Charlotte, Greensboro and Winston-Salem are all less than an hour by automobile, with Raleigh-Durham and the Research Triangle Park being just thirty minutes more. More Info...