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Lumber River & MC
Posted by Paul Woolverton on Sep 25, 2007
Years ago I canoe-camped a few times on the Lumber River. It's a slow-moving river, no rapids in the parts I was on in Robeson County. You might have to deal with fallen logs and that kind of thing. We've had a drought for a while, so the river might be a bit low.
Lumber River State Park (essentially, the river and shoreline) has campsites. Some are primitive, and I think one has restrooms.
Park superintendent Neill Lee can give you tips and advice. (910) 628-4564. Tell him "hello" for me.
link for park info: http://www.ils.unc.edu/parkproject/visit/luri/home.html
In Response to: River camping by David Duhon on Sep 24, 2007