Lake Reidsville offers more than 750 acres of action-packed fun from camping, fishing, boating, water skiing, hiking, picnicking, disc golf and more. The lake is also a popular spot for anglers and fishing tournaments because of its abundance of big bass, crappie and bream.
Visitors can bring their boat, canoe or kayak to enjoy a day on the lake, including the many coves and fishing holes throughout. Skiing can be done in designated areas.
Lake Reidsville offers single kayaks, tandem kayaks, and canoes for rent from the months of April 1st through October 31st. The cost is $10.00 per four hours of rental. For more information on how to rent them, contact the Lake Reidsville Store at (336) 349-4738.
Lake Reidsville's campground features 46 wooded sites with water and electricity while 28 sites are full hook-up. There are hot water shower facilities and restrooms, fishing piers, nature trails and a bird watching trail to enjoy. Boat storage is also available. Prices are available on the website.
Lake Reidsville offers duck hunting from 17 different blinds. Reservations are required at $12 for city residents and $24 for non-city residents. Contact the lake office for more information.
The lake is renowned for its big bass, crappie, bream and other fish. Visitors can fish from their boats, docks and designated bank areas. A North Carolina fishing license is required and they are available for purchase at the camp store. State regulations apply to daily limits.
Six picnic shelters are located throughout the grounds of Lake Reidsville and can be reserved for family reunions, corporate or other group functions. Also, numerous picnic tables and grills are scattered throughout the park area. Prices are available on the website.
Lake Reidsville curently has a 1 mile hiking and biking trail, and thanks to funding from REI and other support from the City of Reidsville and the Dan River Basin Association (DRBA), that trail will soon be extended. The City and DRBA are working with Blue Ridge Trail Works on that project.