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Lake Corriher Wilderness Trail

The 98-acre Lake Corriher Wilderness Area is home to two lakes, Lake Landis and Lake Corriher. The portion of the Carolina Thread Trail encircles Lake Landis.
Trail Uses
Walking / hiking / running
Landis (NC)
0.7 miles, One Way
Natural surface, Mowed grass
Motorized Vehicles
Not Permitted
Permitted on leash
Parking Spaces
Park Hours:8:00a-8:00p - April 1st thru September 30th 8:00a-5:00p - October 1st thru March 31st


The area includes a network of over five miles of trails through the wilderness area and around Lake Corriher and Lake Landis. Fishing passes, as well as campsite rentals are available for a fee at the Town of Landis General Store where the snacks, bathrooms and handicap parking are located. Disc golf and kayaking will be available in the future to add to the activities offered. 

Lake Corriher Wilderness Area Facebook Page makes it very obvious that the entire area is enjoyed by all the surrounding residents whether it be hiking, mountain biking or camping. The fishing, with a permit, can hook Largemouthed and Smallmouthed Bass and Crappies.

Other Information

At this time, fishing passes may be purchased at the park office at Lake Corriher. A valid North Carolina Fishing license is required to fish.

See the Lake Corriher Wilderness Area Rules and Regulations and Lake Corriher Wilderness Area Brochure and Map for additional information.

Trail Manager

Landis Parks & Recreation

208 S. Meriah Street

Landis, NC 28088

Phone: 704.857.4114

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Trail Tips

Ride Safe
When biking, wear a helmet and use a bell to signal your approach to other trail users. Consider bringing a spare tube and pump so that you can fix a flat tire and offer help to other cyclists in need. When riding on roads, bike in the same direction as traffic.
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Trailhead Information

Parking Address and Trailhead Location: MAP

Town of Landis General Store and Handicap Parking: 265 Tranquil Lake Dr, China Grove, NC 28023 MAP

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