Carolina Thread Trails - Search Results
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|Uses||Walking / Hiking / Running|
|Length||1.5 miles, One Way|
The Landsford Canal Trail is located within the Lansford Canal State Park and follows the Catawba River for 1.5 miles. The largest known stand of rocky shoal spider lilies grow along this section of the Catawba River.
|Place|| Catawba (NC) |
Fort Mill (SC)
Rock Hill (SC)
|Length||29.3 miles, One Way|
The 30-mile stretch of flatwater on the Catawba River between Lake Wylie Hydro Dam and the upper end of Fishing Creek Lake remains wooded and natural rich in wildlife and history rooted in the Catawba Indian Nation.
|Place|| Ansonville (NC) |
|Length||19.7 miles, One Way|
The Thread Trail Blueway segment of the Pee Dee River follows the Anson County boundary. Also known as the Great Pee Dee, this river is 232 miles in its entirety, of which 19.7 miles is designated Thread Trail blueway. Northwest of the Pee Dee River is the Rocky River which is also accessible to paddlers.