Blythe Landing Park Trail

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Trailhead

Parking Address: 15901 NC Highway 73, Huntersville, NC 28078 MAP

Trailhead Location: Is located near the parking area nearest the lake MAP

Description

The Blythe Landing Park is an expansive park that offers parking and launching for the area boaters. There is a beautiful area for watching the passing boats and grabbing a snack from the concession stand after walking the 0.2-mile trail through part of the natural area. The trail is lined with towering pine and maple trees. While there is a beach area, there is no swimming allowed. There are numerous volleyball courts and playground areas for additional recreation in the front of the park.

Other Information

Park Entrance Fee
Weekends & Holidays: March 1-October 31
$3.00 per vehicle-county resident;  $5.00 per vehicle non-county resident

Boat Launch
Weekends & Holidays: March 1-October 31
$5.00 per vehicle-county resident ; $8.00 per vehicle non-county resident

Trail Manager

Visit Blythe Landing Park Website for more information or contact:

Blythe Landing
Mecklenburg County Parks and Recreation
15901 NC Highway 73
Huntersville, NC 28078
Phone: 704-336-8869

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Blythe Landing Park Trail is a 0.2-mile section of the Carolina Thread Trail that includes a launch on Catawba River Blueway. The 26-acre park has boat slips, playgrounds, volleyball courts and a concession stand.

 

 

 

Quick Facts

Trail Uses Walking / Hiking / Running
Paddling
Location Huntersville (NC)
Difficulty Easy
Length0.2 miles, One Way
Surface Pavement
Fees Park Entrance Fee Weekends & Holidays: March 1-October 31 $3.00 per vehicle-county resident; $5.00 per vehicle non-county resident
PetsPermitted on leash
Motorized vehiclesNot Permitted
ADA CompliantYes
Number of parking spaces35+
RestroomsYes
Hours of operation 8am to Dark

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