Morrow Mountain State Park

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Morrow Mountain State Park


Location:6 miles east of Albemarle, accessible from NC highways 24/27, 73 and 740.
Facilities:106 campsites without hookups, showers, 4 primitive campsites, 6 improved group camps, 6 cabins, picnic area, picnic shelters, trails, bathhouse, boat ramp, boat rentals, visitor center, exhibit hall, concession stand.
Activities:Camping, boating, canoeing, lake fishing, swimming, hiking, horseback riding, nature programs.
Special Features:Located in the Uwharrie Mountains along the Pee Dee River and Lake Tillery, the park features the historic Kron House, residence and hospital of an early 19th-century physician.
Address:49104 Morrow Mountain Rd
Albemarle, NC 28001

Phone:704-982-4402
Fax:704-982-5323
Web: ils.unc.edu/parkproject/visit/momo/home.html
Size: 4,496 acres.

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Nestled in a shady old grove at 114 Rock Creek Park Drive in Albemarle, NC, they are just west of the Uwharrie National Forest and Morrow Mountain State Park.
Paleoindian Wheeler (Paleoindian), Morrow Mountain (Middle Archaic), Kirk Corner Notched (Early Archaic), and Dalton (Late Paleoindian) bifaces have been recovered from this site.
Numerous Dalton (Transitional Paleoindian), Lecroy (Early Archaic), Morrow Mountain (Middle Archaic), Kirk Corner Notched (Early Archaic) and Kirk Serrated (Middle Archaic) bifaces were recovered during the excavations (Holstein n.d.).