Uwharrie National Forest Guide

Uwharrie National Forest is a popular destination that's comprised of over 2 million acres designated for premier hunting and fishing as well as recreational use. The area boasts over 20 scenic hikes with a couple of relaxing nature trails to accommodate various skill levels. Some of the park's most unique features include the Uwharrie and Pee Dee Rivers and the oldest mountain range in North America, the Uwharries. Within the forest, visitors can enjoy hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, and fishing. Camping is also available throughout the actual forest area, which covers 52,000-acres as well as ATV adventures that require a permit to access specially designated trails. 

Shape Hiking Trails

Uwharrie National Forest Hiking Trails

Things to Do

Activities in Uwharrie National Forest

In Uwharrie National Forest, you'll have a fantastic time experiencing everything the forest has to offer as you view the unique flora along the Uwharrie River Trail and fish for smallmouth bass and blue catfish on the Uwharrie River. 

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How to get to Uwharrie National Forest

Address: 789 Biscoe Road, Troy, NC 27371

Fee: Entry fee $0

Uwharrie National Forest offers nature lovers and adventurers a perfect place to unwind while soaking in the lush beauty of North Carolina. Enjoy exciting activities such as hiking, horseback riding, and ATVing inside the forest, or explore the rivers and streams on fishing adventures before spending a few relaxing evenings by the campfire. No matter what you choose to do while you're in the Uwharries, camping in the comfort of an RV makes your time here all the more special.