Lake Mackintosh Park and Marina was developed in 1991 and had become the primary water reservoir for the citizens of Alamance County. Located just outside the city the lake not only caters to the fisherman, but was developed as an overall recreational site for all to enjoy.
Features of the Lake Include:
Paddle Boat Rentals
6 Boat Ramps
Open Picnic Shelter
Row Boat Rentals
2 Fish Feeders
An enclosed rental building overlooking the lake is available for private rentals which accommodates 125.
The Lake is fed by two tributaries, the Greater Alamance and Little Alamance Creeks. These creeks have been the primary source of stocking fish for the lake.
A Revolutionary War commemorative monument is located at the park overlooking the lake. In March of 1781, American forces ambushed British troops along Cross Creek Road as the British marched from Wilmington to the Site of the Battle of Guilford Courthouse. The battle was known as the Battle of Clapp's Mill.