Think About Drinks
It’s a good idea to drink water or hydrating fluids during the day, especially when you’re active. Bring along a water bottle or hydration backpack on the trail.
This trail has a gravel surface and is ideal for walking, running, and biking. The trail follows the banks of Mountain Island Lake, just to the right of Mountain Island Lake dam. At the end of the trail there is a loop which provides access to a secondary trail, but the main trail loops back on itself toward the end and then retraces the original trail back to the parking lot.
Almost the entire length of the trail is shaded by mature trees during the spring and summer months. A small playground, viewing area, and field are accessible from this segment of the Thread Trail.
See Mount Holly website for a printable map.
Visit the City of Mount Holly online for more information or contact:
City of Mount Holly
Parks & Recreation
Director, Parks & Recreation
400 E. Central Avenue
Mount Holly, NC 28120