Stanly County, NC

Trail Spotlight: Roger F. Snyder Greenway


The paved Roger F. Snyder Greenway runs through downtown Albemarle, NC, connecting a variety of neighborhoods to shops and parks. The Carolina Thread Trail portion is part of a larger greenway system and it is very accessible because it is a primarily flat and wide trail. Use this greenway to explore Albemarle from a new perspective!

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The short Oakboro Rail Trail serves as a walking trail between the Oakboro Railroad Museum and Oakboro District Park where it connects to other trails within the park.

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See Carolina Thread Trail Master Plan for Stanly County

See Carolina Thread Trail Map for Stanly County

Destinations that will be linked by the Carolina Thread Trail

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A private liberal arts university affiliated with the United Methodist Church, Pfeiffer’s mission is to prepare servant leaders for lifelong learning. Its regional network of campuses includes a traditional undergraduate campus in Misenheimer, North Carolina, approximately 40 miles northeast of Charlotte, a Charlotte campus and a Raleigh-Durham campus.

Post Office Box 960
48380 US HWY 52N
Misenheimer, NC 28109


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Morrow Mountain State Park is located near Albemarle, North Carolina, and covers 4,742 acres within the ancient Uwharrie Mountains. The park has 32 miles of trails, access to Lake Tillery and is home to the historic Kron House. There are also horseback riding trails, campsites, and vacation cabins.

49104 Morrow Mountain Road
Albemarle, NC 28001
(704) 982-4402

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Rocky River starts in Iredell County near Mooresville, North Carolina, flows south into Cabarrus County, then continues southeastward to form the line between Stanly County, North Carolina; Union County, North Carolina; and Anson County, North Carolina. This river is known for its whitewater rafting and scenic beauty and has great opportunities for trails and access points.