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The Lumber River is located in south-central North Carolina in the flat Coastal Plain.
The river's headwaters are known as Drowning Creek; the waterway known as the Lumber River extends from the Scotland County-Hoke County border 115 miles downstream to the North Carolina-South Carolina border.
The most popular portion of the river for canoeists is the Lower Lumber River Recreational Trail, a part of the North Carolina Trails System, which has 17 segments. This annual event was discontinued because fallen trees had made that section of the river impassable. It was the first official canoe trail in North Carolina.
Intensive canoeing activity can take place within the eight-mile stretch of river through Lumberton in Robeson County, ranging from N. 72 at Mc Neill's bridge to its intersection with N. The regatta was a popular event, and local officials are interested in reviving it now that most of the obstructions have been removed. In 1981, the Lumber River Canoe Trail was designated as one of the first national water trails in the southeastern United States.
In addition to National Wild and Scenic River designation, the Lumber River is also part of the North Carolina Natural and Scenic River System (it was added in 1989).
The Lumber River Canoe Trail is the designation of the upper Lumber River between the intersection of U. The Lumber River provides a variety of flatwater canoeing opportunities.