Jacob Fork River Burke CR 1901 Bridge to CR 1139 Bridge

Enola, North Carolina

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The Jacob Fork flows out of the South Mountains through an area of rolling hills, until it joins with the Henry Fork. It has been designated as Outstanding Resource Waters by the state. Most of this stretch of river is closed in, with little signs of habitation except in the immediate areas around the bridges. The banks generally abound in laurel and rhododendron.

Jacob Fork River: Burke CR 1901 Bridge to CR 1139 Bridge Professional Review and Guide

"The Jacob Fork flows out of the South Mountains through an area of rolling hills, until it joins with the Henry Fork. It has been designated as Outstanding Resource Waters by the state.

Most of this stretch of river is closed in, with little signs of habitation except in the immediate areas around the bridges. The banks generally abound in laurel and rhododendron."

Activity Type: Whitewater Kayaking & Canoeing
Nearby City: Enola
Distance: 28.8
Elevation Loss: Minimal
Duration: 3 sections that take 10 hours to paddle
Class: Class I-II
Local Maps: Casar, Banoak, Longview, Hickory (USGS); Burke, Catawba (County)
Driving Directions: Directions to Jacob Fork River: Burke CR 1901 Bridge to CR 1139 Bridge

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May 2018