We have amazing water ways around and through our property. We connect to the South Fork of the New River on the south east side.
The South Fork New River Aquatic Habitat is part of the headwaters of oldest river in North America. It is biologically significant for a cluster of over fifteen rare animal species, including three fishes endemic to the New River drainage. It is noted for high water quality by the N.C. Division
of Water Quality. Species of stoneflies, caddisflies, mayflies, and mussels which are ecological indicators of high water quality are present. It is designated a National Wild and Scenic River, a North Carolina Scenic River, and one of 13 American Heritage Rivers.
This creek follows the south west side and defines the limiting boundary of our developed area in that direction. We will not and have not disturbed this creek and watershed.
Whatever we put there will have to be above the surface, no footers, retaining walls, etc.
It could be a potential site for an "Alpine Towers" rope course and team initiave structure.