• Roaring Creek viewshed in North Carolina looking east at about 4,600 feet elevation.

    Overmountain Victory

    National Historic Trail NC,SC,TN,VA

Outdoor Activities

Publicly Accessible Trail Sections (2/2014)

 

Virginia

Town of Abingdon Segment – Abingdon, VA – .75 Mile

Stockyard & Wolf Creek Trails – Abingdon, VA – 1 Mile

Stewart, Davis, McCoy, Thompson & Eades Trail Segments (all adjoining) – Washington County, VA – 3 Miles (Note – Temporarily Unavailable)

 

Tennessee

Choate's Ford Walking Trail – Bluff City, TN – 1 Mile

Elizabethton Linear Park – Elizabethton, TN – 2 Miles

River Trail – Sycamore Shoals State Historic Area, TN – 1.5 Miles

Roan Mountain Community Park Trail – Town of Roan Mountain – .5 Mile

Birchfield Trail – Hampton Creek Cove State Natural Area – 3.5 Miles

Yellow Mountain Trail – Cherokee National Forest – 1.8 Miles

 

North Carolina

Trail #308 & Road #5545 – Yellow Mtn. Gap, Avery Co. – 1.5 Miles

Overmountain Victory NHT – Elkin, NC – 3.75 Miles

Yadkin River Greenway – Wilkesboro, NC – 7 Miles

Overmountain Victory NHT – W. Kerr Scott Dam & Reservoir – 11 Miles

Yadkin River Greenway – Caldwell County, NC – 1 Mile

Patterson School Overmountain Trail – Caldwell County – 1 Mile

Glllespie Gap – Blue Ridge Parkway, NC – 5.75 Miles

Rose Creek Trail – West Side of Blue Ridge Parkway, MP 326 – 1.4 Miles

Black Bear Tract Trail – North Shore of Lake James – 2.1 Miles

Trail #308G & Road #1238 – Pisgah National Forest – 4.1 Miles

1780 Community – North Shore of Lake James - 1 Mile

Paddy's Creek Trail – New Part of Lake James State Park – 2.3 Miles

Overmountain Victory NHT – Lake James State Park – 1.5 Miles

Catawba River Greenway – Morganton, NC – 5 Miles

Overmountain Victory NHT – Rutherfordton, NC – 3 Miles

Alexander's Ford Trail – Polk Co., NC – 2 Miles

White Oak Development – Polk Co., NC – 2.1 Miles (Temporarily Closed)

Overmountain Vineyards – Polk Co., NC – 1 Mile

 

South Carolina

Green River Road – Cowpens National Battlefield, SC – 1.5 Miles

Overmountain Victory NHT – Lake Whelchel, SC – 3 Miles

Battlefield Trail – Kings Mountain National Military Park, SC – 2 Miles

Did You Know?

OVNHT in Elkin, NC

Patriot campsites were generally at properties owned by loyalists, while loyalists were usually on patriot lands. This was another way of punishing the enemy.