Uwharrie National Forest, approximately 51,000 acres of National Forest System lands, is located in Montgomery, Randolph and Davidson Counties. Uwharrie is a natural playground full of endless possibilities for nature lovers, outdoor enthusiasts, folklore lovers and families.
Recreationists enjoy challenging off highway vehicle trails, hunting, fishing, boating, kayaking, gold panning, horseback riding, hiking, mountain biking and more.
Friends Of Uwharrie represents you, the recreationist, in the greater Uwharrie National Forest area. Our goal is simple, we are working to bring people together to help preserve and protect this wonderful resource now and for future generations. We are a non-profit organization that helps maintain and preserve the Uwharrie National Forest.
We work with a coalition of land owners, outdoor enthusiasts like you, and business owners to bring charitable contributions, volunteer time and resources together to help maintain the trail systems, preserve natural habits and create new opportunities for you to explore.
There are approximately 20 miles of challenging off highway vehicle trails consisting of steep, rocky, muddy sections, stream crossings and loose gravel in the Uwharrie National Forest located in the North Carolina Piedmont. The US Forestry Service continuously works on these trails to keep a balance between our desire to explore and enjoy the trail system and nature’s needs. Each month the USFS holds a volunteer workday encouraging the many clubs that enjoy the trail system to spend a day assisting with physical maintenance that the system requires but cannot afford to fund.
Friends of Uwharrie is a non-profit organization that helps maintain and preserve the Uwharrie National Forest. We work with volunteers to help the US Forestry Service complete projects that are critical to keeping this beautiful resource available for thousands to enjoy each year.