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High Rock Lake nestles in central North Carolina, northmost of the Uwharrie Lakes. The lake lies between the cities of Charlotte, Greensboro, and Statesville. The lake was constructed between 1926 and 27, and its primary use was for its hydroelectrical power. Over the decades, its reputation as a recreational lake has only increased, and campers from all the major cities within the Piedmont Region seek out its fantastic recreation with their RV rental. Navigating your way to the shores of High Rock Lake with a rental RV has never been easier, Interstate 85 passes its western shores - linking the lake to both Greensboro and Charlotte. Rent a camper near High Rock Lake, and you too can reap the rewards of this picturesque playground of nature.

From its impeccable fishing reputation, its vast open waters to boat along, and its surrounding nature - perfect for hiking, High Rock Lake has it all. Search for an RV in Davidson County and begin your own High Rock Lake adventure.

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Getting Outdoors

Fishing, above all else, is what brings most campers to the shores of High Rock Lake. The lake has a long and famous history for its exceptional fishing, so much so that the ‘Bassmasters Classic’ tournament has been held at High Rock Lake on four occasions, the first in 1994. Campers can attempt to catch bass, whos variety range from largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, and striped bass. Alongside the bass, High Rock Lake Campers can also catch flathead catfish, crappie, and bluegill. From the most serious angler to the newbie trying their hand at fishing, there is something for everyone at this fertile lake.

A lake of this size can only be truly appreciated by boating around its many coves and shorelines, and this is precisely what you can do at High Rock Lake. The lake is home to several boat launching ramps and marinas, dotted around the entire shoreline. This universal access makes the launching of a boat extra easy for campers. Those motorhome camping without their own boats can head to any of High Rock Lake’s many marinas and rent a range of water-going vessels. There is no horsepower or motor restrictions on High Rock Lake, meaning campers can enjoy speed boats and pontoon boats at their leisure.

Although close to many of North Carolina’s big cities, High Rock Lake is surrounded by many green hills and picturesque landscapes. These landscapes offer campers a network of hiking trails, perfect for escaping the shoreline for an hour or two. One popular route for hikers near High Rock Lake is the trail that leads from the lake to ‘Boone’s Cave Park.’ This is a park and cave perfect for exploring at the end of a rewarding hike. Hiking around High Rock Lake also gives you the opportunity to catch a glimpse of Davison County’s varied wildlife.

Camping at High Rock Lake

Those camping with an RV at High Rock Lake have a selection of campsites to choose from, each one offering campers something a little different. ‘High Rock Lake Marina & Campground’ is found on the northernmost shore of High Rock Lake, and offers campers a range of amenities and facilities. Full hookups are provided here, including 20, 30, 50 amp electric, water, and sewer. Facilities include a dump station, laundrette, flushing toilets, playground, and swimming pool. There also many pull-thru sites at ‘High Rock Lake Marina & Campground,’ meaning all sizes of rigs are welcomed here.

‘Holly Bluff Family Campground’ is on the southern shore of High Rock Lake and offers campers an ideal spot for RV camping. Full hookups are again provided here, including electrics, water, and sewage. Facilities include a dump station, flushing toilets, an RV storage unit, and an on-site swimming pool. Pets are more than welcome on this site but must be kept on a leash at all times.

Exploring the Area

The city of Greensboro is only a short drive north from High Rock Lake and is where campers can explore a range of entertaining and educating sights. A trip to the ‘Guilford Courthouse National Military Park is a must when in the city of Greensboro. This park marks the spot where the battle of Guildford Courthouse took place in 1781, one of the most iconic and decisive battles of the Revolutionary War. Alongside its historical significance, the park is also a picturesque and idyllic place to spend a few hours away from the hecticness of the city.

Another fun way to spend a day in the city of Greensboro is the ‘Greensboro Science Center.’ This museum encompasses both a science museum and a zoological park under one roof. This is the perfect day out for those who are interested in animals and the science behind them. The center is home to animals such as the rare red panda, tigers, white-nosed coati, meerkats, and black howler monkeys. The museum section of the center includes exhibitions and ‘touch labs’ that include live snakes and other reptiles.

Families with young children should visit the ‘Discovery Place’ in the nearby city of Charlotte. This children’s museum offers an environment where children can be entertained and educated at the same time. Through a ‘learn through play’ system, children can interact in the various exhibitions and come away with a better understanding of certain academic subjects. Exhibitions include the ‘I can build,’ where children interact with a construction exhibition, getting hands with the display. Or the ‘Learning Garden,’ which teaches children about all things that grow, including plants and flowers.

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