Kerr Lake Park Watch wants to know what you think are priorities in the parks around Kerr Lake.  We’re starting with the seven NC State Recreation Areas on the North Carolina side.  You can find our poll on our Facebook page at  All you have to do is to vote and if you’d like … Read more

Well, it’s about that time again as the smoke from campfires starts rising around the Kerr Lake campgrounds. The boat ramps get to see the rear ends of more trailers and trucks and you can see the fish starting to jump!   From the US Army Corps of Engineers and for our fishing fans, is … Read more

What or Who Is A Ranger? By general definition a park ranger is a person entrusted with protecting and preserving parklands – national, state, provincial, or local parks. “Parks” may be broadly defined by some systems in this context, and include protected culturally or historically important built environments, and is not limited to the natural environment. After looking into … Read more

High Water of Kerr Lake Over Memorial Day Weekend Is Just the Beginning – After Campers – The Big Sweep Begins The people who have been visiting Kerr Lake over the long Memorial Day weekend and who did not have their plans canceled or dampened by a daunting 308.68-foot Kerr Lake flooded level, that’s over … Read more

According to news reports, since that is the only way Kerr Lake Park Watch can get information on Virginia’s two state parks on Kerr Lake, the new Splash – Spray Ground is now open at Clarksville’s Occoneechee State Park. It was about 13 months ago on April 22, 2017, that Kerr Lake Park Watch broke … Read more