Lakes & Marinas

All City of Burlington lakes and marinas will be closed December 24-26  in observance of Christmas.

**Please check the webpages for each lake to see hours**

The Burlington Recreation and Parks Department operates four marinas on three lakes. Various types of recreational opportunities are offered throughout the lake system.  The public may utilize the lakes through boating, kayaking, stand-up paddle boarding, canoeing, sailing, skiing, fishing (from the bank, pier or boats), picnicking sites, and walking, biking and jogging trails. Swimming is not allowed. Please check out each lake below for details.


Guilford-Mackintosh
   1345 NC HWY 61
Whitsett, NC 27377
(336) 449-2078
Hours
 
Features 
  • Fishing
  • Private boat launch ramp (paddle craft & electric motors only)
  • Private SUP launches
  • Kayak, canoe & row boat rentals
  • Hiking & Mountain Biking Trail
  • Picnic Areas & Shelter
  • Playground
  • Sand Volleyball Court
  • Horseshoe Court

*Open on major holidays May-October.

Lake Cammack
4790 Union Ridge Rd.
Burlington, NC 27217
(336) 421-3872
Hours

Features 

*Open on major holidays May-October.

Lake Mackintosh
2704 Huffman Mill Rd.
Burlington, NC 27215
(336) 538-0896
Hours 

Features  
  • Fishing
  • Private boat launch ramp
  • Private SUP launches
  • Kayak & row boat rentals
  • Picnic Areas & Shelter
  • Clubhouse (for rentals only) 
  • Playground

*Open on major holidays May-October.

 

Stoney Creek
1785 Faulkner Dr.
Burlington, NC 27217
(336) 229-7509
Hours

Features
  • Fishing
  • Private boat launch (kayak/canoe & electric motor boats only)
  • Row boat rentals
  • Haw River Hiking Trail Access (open daily, all year)