INCLUDES: Badin Lake & Lake Tillery & High Rock Lake &Tuckertown Reservoir :
Badin Lake is one of a series of lakes created by the daming of the Yadkin-Pee Dee River in the Uwharrie Lakes Region of the United States. It is contained by Narrows Dam at the town of Badin, North Carolina. Sitting within a valley, Badin Lake is a very deep, being over 200 feet deep in places near the dam. No bridges or ferries cross Badin Lake, and it is overshadowed by Morrow Mountain State Park. Badin Lake lies within Stanly County and Montgomery County, North Carolina.
Lake Tillery is the manmade lake between Badin Lake and Blewitt Falls Lake in the Uwharrie Lakes Region of North Carolina. Lake Tillery located entirely within Stanly County and Montgomery County, NC. Tillery Lake was created by the daming of the Pee Dee River which is newly formed by the junction of the Yadkin River with the Uwharrie River several miles to the north. Norwood, NC in neighboring Stanly County uses as its town motto "Gateway to Lake Tillery".
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