Map Your Way To Outdoor Adventure In NC Wine Country

Surry County, in the heart of North Carolina’s Yadkin Valley, has always been a playground for outdoor adventure. Now, there’s a map guiding the way.

The Surry County Four Rivers Outdoor Adventure Map – available both in print and online – highlights hiking, paddling, cycling and fishing options in a place that is geographically diverse. The county is home to a quartet of rivers, Pilot Mountain’s rocky peak, rolling foothills and higher elevation mountains as the topography climbs toward Stone Mountain State Park.

The message behind the map, say county leaders, is that Surry isn’t just for wine lovers.

“This can be a place for people to come and really enjoy the rivers and the trails,” says Scott Needham, chairman of the Tourism Partnership of Surry County. “For people in our state and all over the East Coast, we provide a quick, easy trip to a really nice vacation spot. I’m very happy that we are re-discovering the great natural resources we have.”

A cornerstone of that rediscovery is the outdoor adventure map. The full-color, fold-out map details 100 miles of canoe/kayak streams, 500 miles of official bike routes and 36 miles of stocked trout waters. It also includes the NC Mountains-to-Sea Trail route across the county, as well as other hiking areas. The county’s 15 wineries are an important feature, too.

“And once you’re here, the map is fully interactive on our website,,” Needham says.

The interactive map includes a lodging layer that displays all accommodations available county-wide, allowing people to stay where they play.

For info on Surry County Four Rivers Outdoor Adventure Map, or to view the interactive map or request a printed copy, go to

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