Jordan Lake State Recreation Area
Robeson Creek Boat ramp, Robeson Creek canoe access, New Hope Boat ramp, Vista Point Boat ramp, Vista Point group sites and the boat ramp inside the Crosswinds and Parker's Creek campgrounds are closed due to high water. Please use caution when boating as there's lots of debris floating in the water due to the excessive rain.
Parker's Creek Loops 1 and 2 have campsites affected by high water. For more information please contact the park office at 919-362-0586.
2014 Season Passes are available at the park office.
Crosswinds Campground is open for camping. Water will not be turned back on until March 31st. Water is available at the shower/bath houses for personal use and at the outside spigots located at each shower house .
Poplar Point Campground; Loops C and E will open April 7th, and Loops B and F will open April 14th.
Updated: 2014-03-10 09:05:18
The shower house in Area C camping loop will be closed starting February 10, 2014 for approximately six weeks due to repairs. Campers camping in Area C can use the shower houses in Area A and B until repairs are completed.
Updated: 2014-02-10 15:18:14
280 State Park Road, Apex, NC 27523
GPS: 35.7369, -79.0169
Imagine relaxing in a cove, listening to the sounds of water rippling. Then, you feel a firm tug on your fishing line. It's going to be a big one! Picture the surface of the lake glistening, water spraying your face, the boat motor ahead roaring. Suddenly, your skis give way -- a splash landing! Hear the laughter of children, smell burgers roasting over a charcoal fire, feel a breeze blowing through the campground. With almost 14,000 acres of water, all this and more is yours to discover at Jordan Lake. The NC Division of Parks and Recreation operates nine recreation areas on the lake -- Crosswinds Campground, Ebenezer Church, Parker's Creek, Poplar Point, Seaforth, Vista Point, Robeson Creek, New Hope Overlook, and White Oak Recreation Area. Whether you're looking for fun in the sun or an evening under the stars, Jordan Lake offers it all.
See the "Links" section on the park menu (left) to visit the US Army Corps of Engineers website for additional information about the B. Everett Jordan project, which includes information about the dam and reservoir water levels.