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Haw River Trail (NC)


Waterways: Upper Haw & Lower Haw River from Burlington to Pittsboro, NC

The Haw River Paddle Trail allows novice and expert paddlers alike to experience the Haw as it was meant to be seen. For locals, seeing their home from the river provides a new perspective and a rediscovery of the natural beauty that surrounds them. For visitors, paddling the Haw is an exciting way to experience the natural and historical features of the Haw River Corridor.

ACCESS POINTS:
The following access site are the only sites approved by the landowners for public use. They are generally open during daylight hours, but please check posted signs regarding parking and hours of operation.

    Alamance County
  • Indian Valley Paddle Access
  • Glencoe Paddle Access
  • Town and Country Paddle Access
  • Town of Haw River Paddle Access
  • City of Graham- Highway 54 Paddle Access
  • Swepsonville River Park

    Chatham County

  • 15-501 Paddle Access
  • Bynum Beach Paddle Access
  • Highway 64 Paddle Access

MAP:
Haw River Paddle Trail on Google Maps

Contact Info:

Upper Haw River Trail Coordinator
3916 R. Dean Coleman Road
Burlington, NC 27215

Phone: 336-229-2229
Official website: www.thehaw.org/


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