Cultivate your spirit for Sampson County’s history and heritage or enjoy the great outdoors and a paddling trip along our waterways. Explore our rural landscape and discover Sampson County’s Barn Quilt Trail.
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Black River Ivanhoe Boat Ramp
3681 Ivanhoe Rd., Ivanhoe, NC 28447
The Black River is one of our most popular paddling destinations. The river has sufficient water for paddling even in droughts and runs through land that is largely undisturbed forest. Black River – begins 14 miles south of Clinton. The Black River forms at the confluence of Six Runs Creek and the Great Coharie Creek […]
Friends of the Sampson County Waterways
701 Southeast Blvd., Clinton, NC 28328
Sampson County is home to five main creeks and rivers with associated tributaries. These waters offer nature lovers, sportsmen and paddlers over 300 miles of waterways to explore and enjoy. Great Coharie Creek – begins in Northern Sampson County near Newton Grove and runs more than 44 miles before it joins with the Six Runs […]
South River Sloan Bridge Boat Ramp
16364 US Hwy 701 N, Garland, NC 28441
South River – marks the county lines between Sampson, Cumberland and Bladen Counties, this river runs 79.3 miles before joining the Black River, south of Ivanhoe.