Celebrate with Friends, Family and Nature on the Carolina Thread Trail in Lincoln County at the Battle of Ramsour's Mill site

You are invited to attend a special event marking an important milestone for Lincolnton and Lincoln County - the celebration of a new marked segment of the Carolina Thread Trail in the county. This segment of The Thread skirts around Battle of Ramsour's Mill Historic Site and will eventually connect to City Park, the Marcia H. Cloninger Rail Trail and the South Fork River, as well as many communities and destinations within the 15-county Carolina Thread Trail footprint. This event is being held in conjunction with the annual Battle of Ramsour's Mill Reenactment, and dedication of the Clark's Creek Kayak Access.

The dedication of the Clark's Creek Kayak Access and unveiling of the Carolina Thread Trail marker will take place on Saturday, May 19, 2012 at 10:00 a.m.

The Lincoln County Historical Association and Lincoln County
Historic Properties Commision would like to express our appreciation to Marvin Robbins, members of his scout troop, and the scout troops' parents for their hard work to build and install this kayak access on Clark's Creek. This project met the requirements for Marvin Robbins to receive his Eagle Scout Badge. We are excited to include the dedication of the kayak access and unveiling of the Carolina Thread Trail marker in our events at the annual Battle of Ramsour's Mill reenactment.

Clark's Creek Kayak Access
Clark's Creek Kayak Access

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