High Rock Lake Association is a 501(c) 4 non-profit organization. P.O. Box 159, Southmont, NC 27351


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  • 17 Nov 2022 4:58 PM | Caron-Mercier (Administrator)

    November is the season of being thankful. We made it through the Carolina summer heat and humidity. Now, it’s cool nights and warm days. It’s time to be thankful for our health, our family and friends, our work-life balance (hopefully), and for me… the view of High Rock Lake. Every day feels like a bit of vacation, with visitors in my peripheral, ranging from geese and eagles to jumping fish and deer. read more - https://yourrowan.com/airbnb-on-the-lake/

  • 11 Sep 2022 4:22 PM | Caron-Mercier (Administrator)

    What is a CleanSweep and what does it mean for the community?

    The annual High Rock Lake CleanSweep [@HRLCleanSweep] is set for Saturday September 17th.

    This is the only lake event that ties in both counties, Davidson, and Rowan, for a unified collaborative for the benefit of the region.

    read more - https://yourrowan.com/high-rock-lake-cleansweep/

  • 14 Aug 2022 9:52 AM | Caron-Mercier (Administrator)

    If you are looking for a safe and secluded area for walking trails, learning to kayak, having a picnic, biking along historic battle sites, or bringing your dog for a play  date, the Yadkin River Park is the place for you.  (to read more, click the link below)


  • 22 Jul 2022 10:00 AM | Caron-Mercier (Administrator)

    On Saturday, July 23rd, the eighth annual Rowan Chamber Dragon Boat Festival will be happening and where will you be?

    Join the festivities with food, music, displays, competition, kids’ zone, and more, all at the Rowan Shrine Club on High Rock Lake (6480 Long Ferry Road, Salisbury), all wrapped around High Rock Lake with a family-friendly atmosphere.

    The community fundraiser is the signature event for the Rowan Chamber’s small business programs and services.

    read more - https://yourrowan.com/dragon-boat/

  • 4 Jun 2022 9:05 AM | Caron-Mercier (Administrator)


    Sand, leaves, dirt, snails, fish bones, tree limbs, and debris? Yes, if your backyard is actually on High Rock Lake.

    It’s time to rake and clean the beach or shoreline, depending on the lake level. That means chain-saw activity and lots of picking up branches and logs, piling up for a lakeside bonfire.


  • 4 Jun 2022 9:01 AM | Caron-Mercier (Administrator)


    One of the cool things about lake living is that we get to meet lots of people who are using our ‘back yard’ for recreation – fishing, boating, kayaking, and more. On Memorial Day morning, I was hoping to meet and interview someone who I think is representative of the Memorial Day holiday – being thankful for our freedoms, and most of all, thankful to all that served to represent America and especially those that gave their lives and making the ultimate sacrifice.


  • 7 Feb 2022 2:35 PM | Caron-Mercier (Administrator)


    Rowan County, specifically High Rock Lake, is a refuge for many feathered winter visitors including the American White Pelican. These flock migrant birds are believed to be from central U.S. likely Texas, find their way to our lake each year, between October and April. A perfect viewing spot is just below the High Rock Lake dam, Tuckertown reservoir off Bringle Ferry Road.

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