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High Rock Lake has something for everyone!

High Rock Lake is a 15,000-acre reservoir on the Yadkin River.  Each of Casual Lake Living's rental homes has not only lakefront views, but access to the Lake!  For some, relaxing on a deck or beach is all you want to do.  For others, you may want to be exploring the area or find family activities to enjoy like fishing, boating, sailing or swimming – it's all right here!

16Did you know that High Rock Lake has:

Bullet-3More than 360 miles of shoreline

Bullet-3An average depth of 16 feet

Bullet-3No watercraft restrictions

Bullet-3Wild life abound with otters, herons, bald eagles and more! 

14Fishing
High Rock Lake has been considered one of the best fishing lakes of North Carolina for a long time, and has been the host of Bassmaster Tournaments numerous years.  The lake has ample channel, blue and flathead catfish,  plus crappie and several different sunfish.   Striper and white bass are also abundant. The lake is best known for its quantity and quality of largemouth bass, which attract anglers from all over the United States. This is likely due to the relatively shallow nature of the lake and the tremendous amount of habitat that favor the bass.

Boating
You will find everything you need to enjoy boating at High Rock Lake – marinas, boat rentals, you name it! 

Lexington & Salisbury
As High Rock Lake is conveniently located between uptown Lexington, the "BBQ Capital of the World" and Salisbury, you will find all of the shopping and restaurants you could want in just a short drive!

Dan Nicholas Park
Dan Nicholas Park is a 350 acre park located 8 miles southeast of Salisbury on Bringle Ferry Road. The park offers recreational activities for all age groups. It is open year round and contains a 10 acre lake for paddle boating and fishing.

Stanback Outdoor TheaterOther attractions include T.M. Stanback Outdoor Theater, an environmental education building with Proctor Auditorium, live animal exhibits, petting zoo, Uncle Tom's barn, miniature golf, a concession stand, tennis courts, picnic shelters- including a large shelter which will accommodate 300-500 people for companies or large outings. Also available are a playground, volleyball, horseshoes and ball fields, as magic train ridewell as classrooms for nature study. An 80-site family campground (55 sites with electricity and water) is also available for use year round. The Autumn Jubilee Festival is the first weekend in October.

There's even a magic train ride through a forest of fun! Two fully restored 1950's miniature trains whisk visitors into tunnels and across trestles with visual surprises all along the way.

We have your home away from home!

For more information, call us today

336-798-6157

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