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Riverbank Trail Farm

Posted on: April 24th, 2015 by 89and52 No Comments

Riverbank Trail Farm is located on 75 acres along the beautiful Dan River. It has 3 floors with 4 bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms. The main floor features a large, vaulted ceiling living room with fireplace, remodeled kitchen, dining room, and master bedroom and bath. The main floor opens to a large deck which overlooks green pastures and the Dan River. Just outside the back door, walk the mile-long trail along the river and enjoy tubing, kayaking, or fly-fishing for stocked trout. On the first floor, your family will enjoy the play room equipped with a regulation Ping-Pong table, darts, and various board and card games.
Your family can enjoy fishing along the mile-long river frontage. The river is stocked with trout March – July.
Tubing, kayaking, swimming, fishing, hiking, and mountain biking can all be done right on the 75 acre property. The home comes with 4 large tubes as well as two kayaks. A John Deer Gator is available for a nominal fee.

In the home is Dish Network satellite television with 2 large flat screens and Blu-Ray DVD players. No wifi or internet is available. A landline phone with unlimited long distance in the continental US is available.

The property is available for events and weddings!

Per-night pricing varies from $199 to $250 per night and the home sleeps up to 9, but can accommodate up to 11 with roll-away beds. A guest fee of $25 per person will apply if there are more than 6 people staying in the home.

The home is located about 20 minutes from Downtown Mount Airy and only a few minutes from Hanging Rock State Park!

There is a no pet policy, but small, crated dogs will be considered.

http://www.vrbo.com/695274

 

Mitchell River Fishing

Posted on: July 7th, 2013 by 89and52 No Comments

Mitchell River Fishing includes a delayed-harvest stream, which means 0.6 miles of the river from S.R. 1333 to the S.R. 1330 bridge below Kapps Mill Dam is a catch-and-release system from Oct. 1 until May 31. Starting on June 1, the status changes to a hatchery-supported designation with a daily limit of seven fish. A public access point is provided on Zephyr-Mountain Park Road, off of Mount Park Road, just north of Elkin.

Ararat River Greenway Trail

Posted on: July 5th, 2013 by 89and52 No Comments

The Ararat River Greenway is a paved 2.2-mile paved Greenway Trail from Riverside Park to Tharrington Park )beside Tharrington Elementary School). This section of the Ararat River has been restored and is a great area for wildlife viewing, kayaking, canoeing, and trout fishing. The entire length of the Greenway Trail is stocked with trout. There are multiple canoe/kayak/tube launch stations along the trail as well as multiple areas for sitting by the river. A restroom is available halfway down the trail, off on a side trail to the environmental park. Restrooms are also available at Riverside Park.
When exploring, look for TRACK (Trails Ridges and Active Caring Kids) Trail Adventure guides along the trail or online at www.kidsinparks.com. Created by the Blue Ridge Foundation, the guides offer educational opportunities for children.