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The Haw River Trail and Haw River Paddle Trail follow the course of the Haw RIver from Haw River State Park to Jordan Lake State Natural Area. The Haw River Trail is part of the "North Carolina Mountains to Sea Trail" and offers visitors a unique glimpse at the region's rich history and natural heritage. The Haw River Paddle Trail includes numerous paddle accesses throughout the county, allowing paddlers of all skill levels to find a section of the river perfectly suited to their abilities. Alamance Access Areas:Altamahaw Paddle Access- 2996 NC 87 North, ElonShallow Ford Natural Area- 1955 Gerringer Mill Road, BurlingtonIndian Valley Paddle Access- 930 Indian Valley Drive, BurlingtonGreat Bend Park at Glencoe- 350 Greenwood Drive, BurlingtonGlencoe Paddle Access- 2348 Glencoe Road, BurlingtonTown & Country Paddle Access- Riverside Drive, BurlingtonRed Slide Park- Lang Street, Haw RiverGraham Paddle Access- Hwy 54 & Cooper Road, GrahamGreat Alamance Creek Paddle Access- 2229 S. Main Street, Graham Swepsonville River Park- 2472 Boywood Road, SwepsonvilleSaxapahaw Paddle Access- Swepsonville-Saxapahaw Road, SaxapahawGreensboro-Chapel Hill Road Paddle Access- Greensboro-Chapel Hill Road, Chapel Hill Opening 2012Canoe/Kayak Resources:The Haw River Canoe & Kayak Company 336-260-6465 or www.hawrivercanoe.com  

  • Admission: Free entrance fee for rentals