THINGS TO DO
LAKE REIDSVILLE RECREATION AREA
Lake Reidsville offers the best in outdoor recreation. Kayaking, fishing, skiing, boating, disc golf, and paddleboats are just few of the activities available that make it the perfect choice for a recreational getaway.
Boasting over 750 acres and a pristine lake, the park also provides top-notch facilities for events such as weddings, reunions, and birthday parties. Additional amenities include basketball courts, a playground, soccer fields and several picnic shelters to hold both small and large crowds.
Can't get enough and want to stay for the weekend? No problem, Lake Reidsville is open year round and offers camping options for tents, pop-ups, and small to large RVs.
For a more detailed list of activities, events and rental rates see the back of this pamphlet.
630 Water Works Road
Reidsville, NC 27320
Lake Store Hours: Summer 6am-5pm
Lake's Edge was designed by Russell Schwartz of Innova Disc Golf out of Rock Hill, SC, which is considered the Nike of disc golf.
Located in the woods of the lake, the course is challenging as the players must maneuver around trees and water. The course is free to play.
Equipment is available in the camp store in
limited numbers for free use. They also offer equipment for sale.
There's nothing like getting out on the water to reset your mind and spend time with friends. Bring your boat, canoe or kayak and enjoy a day on the lake. There are many coves and fishing holes to explore.
Skiing can be done in designated areas only. No jet skis allowed. No swimming allowed.
Kayaks, canoes, pedal boats and Corcls are available to rent as follows:
Canoes, Kayaks, Pedal Boats, Corcls: $10
For (2) two hours - Cut off to rent is 2:00pm
Lake Reidsville boasts an extraordinary campground featuring 46 wooded sites, all with water and electricity; 28 sites are full hook-up.
If you don't have an RV or travel trailer, our campsites also offer the option of tent
The campground also has hot water shower facilities, restrooms, boat dock, fishing
piers and nature trails.
The campground store is open everyday from 6am-5pm in the summer and 8am-2pm in the winter. To view rates, download our brochure here.
PICNICS & AMPHITHEATRE
Concerts and special events are held throughout the season. The Amphitheater is also available for rental. See park staff for more information.
Six picnic shelters can be reserved for family reunions, corporate or other group functions.
Additionally there are numerous picnic tables and grills scattered throughout the park.
These tables are first come, first served.
FISHING & DUCK HUNTING
Renowned for its big bass, crappie, bream and other fish, you can fish from boats, piers, docks and designated bank areas. A NC fishing license is required. Licenses are available at the camp store. State regulations apply to daily limits. Bait is also available at the camp store, worms only.
Lake Reidsville offers premium duck hunting. There are 17 blinds available. Reservations are required for hunting. $24 per blind for non-city residents and $12 for city residents. Contact park staff for more information.
There are several other activities that can be enjoyed while visiting Lake Reidsville. There is a playground for younger kids, basketball and tennis courts, soccer field, and horseshoes.
Fishing tournaments, special events and various celebrations are also held throughout the year. Check our online calendar for more information.
Smaller than Lake Reidsville, Lake Hunt provides a private getaway for water and nature lovers. Spend the day fishing with a friend or just enjoying the view.
If you are looking for a nice place to relax and read a book or have a picnic, there is a covered shelter as well as picinic tables. Lake Hunt isn't as busy as Lake Reidsville so it is a nice escape if you are looking for some quiet time by the water.
Lake Hunt is managed by the City of Reidsville and requires an annual pass to access. For details or to acquire an annual pass, contact the Lake Reidsville Office at (336) 349-4738.
551 Ironworks Road
Reidsville, NC 27320
BIRD WATCHING & AREA WILDLIFE
Located on the North Carolina Birding Trail, Lake Reidsville and Lake Hunt are home to a variety of birds.
Some of the species to look for include Golden Finches, Prairie Wobbles, Yellow Breasted Chat, Indigo Bunting, wintering waterfowl, Red Tail Hawks, Great Blue Herons, and even Eagles.
Lake Reidsville and Lake Hunt are full of wildlife. From turtles basking in the afternoon sun to a variety of ducks swimming beside your canoe, there are lots of photo opportunities to capture wildlife in their natural habitat.
Don't forget to share your pics with us on social media @TeamReidsville.