This is the first major sandbar that you get to when headed down the Neuse River from the Falls Dam Canoe Launch. The water has been low enough all Summer that the bar is covered with head-high reeds. When the dam is open, however, you could float right over that big green blob and never
Cleared for landing. On the Neuse River, near Raleigh.
Doesn’t quite feel like Fall yet, but somewhere along the Neuse River there is a tree that thinks it is Fall. Floating by- on the Neuse River near Raleigh.
A beautiful weekend starts tomorrow. Here’s a beautiful sunset on the Neuse River to get you pumped.
Ever watch a deer watch a heron fly by? On the Neuse River in Raleigh.
The Upper Neuse is a great place to wet a line. Even better is to combine your fishing with a kayak or SUP and drift along and fish.
Hello, weekend! Well, almost. Just make it through today and you’re scot-free. See you at the Falls Lake Festival tomorrow! Sunrise from the top of the Falls Dam in Raleigh.
People always ask, “What can I expect to see?” Sometimes, it see you before you see it.. These paddlers never saw this deer because of the sand bar of reeds between them. The deer saw them and left before they ever saw it. This vantage point is from the Falls of Neuse Rd bridge in
The Falls of Neuse canoe launch is a great place to start an adventure. Whether it is launching a canoe, slinging a fly, or heading down the on foot or on bike. It truly is a local gem.
A pairing of heron(s). Say that fast 3 times… At Falls Dam in Raleigh.