Lake Norman is the largest lake in North Carolina. The lake was created by Duke Power Company in 1963 by the construction of a dam across the Catawba River at Cowan's Ford. The resulting lake covers 32.510 acres and is located in Catawba, Mecklenburg, Iredell and Lincoln Counties. Named after Norman A. Cooke, retired President of Duke Power, it has a shoreline of approximately 520 miles.
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Best Of Lake Norman
Presents a collection of information on the lake. Includes boat access, marinas, webcams, water temperature, maps and fishing.
Lake Norman Chamber of Commerce
Provides information on and support to the region's business community. Includes demographics, relocation services, business directory, newsletter.
Lake Norman Marine Commission
Five member group responsible for the lake and its shoreline area with regards to public recreation and water safety. Includes regulations, committees, safety classes.
Lake Norman Monster
Speculates the existence of a creature living in the lake. Offers reported sightings, maps, area information, online games, history and souvenirs.
Lake Normans Web
Offers listing of local area business, churches, hospitals and area attractions.
Community portal presents local events, photo tours, business listings, coupons, area information, and discussion forums.
The Catawba Queen, replica of a Mississippi River Paddle Wheeler, and The Lady of the Lake provide sightseeing and dinner cruises. Includes charter details, calendar, and banquet facilities.
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