Uwharrie National Forest Website, with lots of useful information and maps. Uwharrie Cabins is located near all the lakes and forest activities the region has to offer. See many more maps below.
Waterfall near the Uwharrie River
Located just 30 miles from Uwharrie Cabins, the North Carolina Zoo is seated on a 2,200-acre tract of land in the Uwharrie Mountains. Approximately 500 acres of this property have been developed into one of the largest "natural habitat" zoos in the United States.
Choose an adventure at Morrow Mountain State Park, whether it’s hiking, camping, paddling, fishing, horseback riding, swimming, or just taking in the scenery on one of the highest points in the Piedmont. More than 15 miles of hiking trails and 16 miles of bridle trails thread the park, reaching from the summit of Morrow Mountain to Lake Tillery, where a boathouse offers canoes and rowboats for rent and bait for fishing. Located just 20 miles from Uwharrie Cabins.
"A central trading post in a remote area providing access to all provisions, services, and information needed to supply the area’s needs." Great place for information, trail passes, or a hot meal. Located only 3 miles from Uwharrie Cabins.
UORTC provides Military/Civilian/Industrial off-road driver training and certifications on ATV/ARGO/UTV/ROV/4WD platforms. In addition to teaching safe off-road driving skills, we specialize in teaching: Winch/Hi-lift/Dynamic vehicle recovery techniques, Field Expedient Repair, Roll Over Recovery, and Team Building games. Located just 3 miles from Uwharrie Cabins, call Scott Fields and schedule your adventure.
We recommend 2 Brothers Canoe and Kayak Rentals, located just minutes from Uwharrie Cabins. This family-owned business provides personal, friendly customer service for your boating adventures in the many area lakes and the Uwharrie River. Give Casey or Travis a call and tell them Uwharrie Cabins recommended them. Phone (910) 576-4602 for more information.
Experience the thrill of a lifetime on the Richland Creek Zip Line Canopy Tour. Soar through the scenic foothills of the Uwharrie Mountains on our 14-station zipline that consists of over a mile and a half of cable! Some of the highlights of our tour are a stop at beautiful Mendenhall Falls along Richland Creek, three sky-bridges obstacles, and our longest line, which is over 1400 ft long! Our friendly staff will accompany your group and guide you through our exhilarating one-and-a-half-hour tour.
Six hundred years ago, a group of Native Americans settled on the spot where the Town Creek center is today. The spot held a fortified refuge and a sacred ritual ground. The Pee Dee culture once inhabited this place. Today you can find reconstructions, including an earthen mound with a major temple on top, an enclosed minor temple, and a mortuary hut, all surrounded by a palisade fence. The reconstructions were based on fifty years of archaeological excavations that began in the 1930s. The Town Creek Indian Mound is located in Montgomery County. The site is provided by the North Carolina Division of Archives and History. The website contains a section on Montgomery County and the vicinity, a Native American Cultural Synopsis, and a section on the Pee Dee Culture. There is also a web tour. To schedule a visit to the Town Creek Indian Mound, call (910) 439-6802 or email email@example.com.
The Flintlock Valley Shooting Range is a public shooting range operated as a partnership between the N.C. Wildlife Resource Commission and the U.S. Forest Service. Located inside the Uwharrie National Forest recreation area on Moccasin Road. Usage fees are $3 per day/person or $30 per year. Amenities include a 100-yard rifle range with 7 shooting stations and a 25-yard pistol range with 4 shooting stations. Follow the picture link for operating hours and other general information.