lake norman access areas
below are some of lake normans most popular boat access areas
Lake Norman State Park Lake Access -At Lake Norman State Park, fun is just a matter of scale. On one hand, there's the largest manmade lake in the state, Lake Norman. When filled to capacity, its surface area is 32,510 acres with a shoreline of 520 miles and a main channel 34 miles in length — thus its nickname, the "Inland Sea." Thirteen miles of the shoreline are in the state park, which provides boating access.
Stumpy Creek Boat Ramp An 83-acre facility located in Mooresville off of Perth Road. Field and Shelter reservations are required by contacting June Tutterrow @ 704-878-3103.
Pinnacle Access Area From I-77 take exit 36 onto NC 150 west for 4.4 miles. Before crossing Lake Norman the access area entrance is on the right . Near Queens Landing and Midway Marina. Enjoy great food nearby or on the way to the ramp. Very easy access for anyone unfamiliar with the area. Watch
McCrary Boat Launch On I-77 take exit 36 onto NC 150 west for 3.9 miles. Before crossing Lake Norman, the access area entrance is on the left.
Hager Creek Boat Ramp From I-77 take exit 36 onto NC 150 west. After 0.4 mile, turn left on SR 1109 (Williamson Road) . After 0.9 mile, turn right on SR 1100 (Brawley School Road). Follow for 3.2 miles, turn right on SR 1115 (Mackendree Road) and continue 2.7 miles to access area entrance on the right.
Beatties Ford Boat Ramp Lake Norman public boat launch at Beatties Ford access area on S.R. 1438, off Old N.C. 73, east of Lincolnton. Features boat ramp & small boat/canoe access. Handicap accesable with 6 parking spaces & ramps to boat docks.
Ramsey Creek Park Beautiful Park Setting with large umbrellas over picnic tables provide a great place to picnic as well as launch your boat. Playground on site for the kids to enjoy. Restroom facilities and a beautiful view.
Blythe Landing Park 26 acres. Floating piers for boat launching, dockside cafe, beach (no swimming) Playground, Picnic areas, Sand volleyball courts