3192 Panoramic Vista Court Northeast
Connelly Springs, NC 28612
About Rhodhiss Lake
Lake Rhodhiss is located between Lake James and Lake Hickory and covers an area of 2.2 million square kilometres. The surrounding mountain peaks and wildlife, combined with the extended tranquility of Rhod, make up the beauty of the lake.
About three quarters of the lake's watershed is wooded and only three percent is cultivated, making it a good choice for those who just want to relax in the bosom of nature. In total, there are 1.2 million square kilometres of water in Rhodhiss, and about three quarters of it is forested.
Lake Rhodhiss is filled with a dam and hydroelectric power plant built by Duke Energy in 1925. The dam is one of the largest of its kind in the United States and the second largest in North Carolina.
Duke Energy continues to control all water consumption, including the flow of water from the lake to the power plant and the water supply to its customers. Duke provides most of Lake Rhodhiss's electricity and all of its water supply. Visitors can enjoy the leisure activities of the lakes and enjoy the water that remains constant throughout the year.
Most of the spring water in the lake is classified as trout water of exceptional quality; it is even considered the densest fish resource in the Catawba Lakes. Several major tributaries flow into the waters of Rhodhiss Lake, including the Black River, Cataws River and Green River. The marina offers a variety of leisure activities such as fishing, boating, kayaking, canoeing, swimming and fishing.
Although Lake Rhodhiss is a productive lake, anglers report that it is not particularly under fishing pressure, making it an ideal location for small and medium-sized fish. Among the most attractive types belong big-perch, blueperch, redfish, black-perch, whitefish and blueperch. The bighorn perches in particular are exceptionally large, weighing up to 10 pounds, and can cause serious health problems for fish in the lake.
Rhodhiss Lake is surrounded by a number of housing developments, most of them in the city of Charlotte, North Carolina. The Lake RhodhISS residential development, which includes a residential complex, offers a variety of amenities including a golf course, golf courses, a swimming pool, tennis courts and a tennis court.
The town of Lenoir hosts the annual Harambee Arts Festival in August, which includes a variety of arts, crafts, music, dance, food and entertainment, as well as a children's playground. You will explore the town of Valdese, originally founded by Waldensian religious settlers who migrated to Italy from the Cottian Alps. The winery preserves the Valdonian tradition of Italian wine making and Rhodhiss Lake State Park, a popular tourist attraction, are just some of the many attractions.
In summer, you can visit an institution of local and regional art known for bluegrass concerts and experience the annual Rhodhiss Lake Festival, an annual celebration of local art and culture. Zuckerberg offers downhill skiing and Zuckerberg's grandfather mountain is about an hour away. Both offer a variety of outdoor activities such as hiking, cycling, skiing, snowboarding and snowshoeing, as well as mountain biking.
Chimney Rock State Park offers a variety of mountain attractions, including a 315-foot rock lift inside. The 26-storey elevator takes visitors to the top of the chimney rock, which is 2,000 feet above sea level and houses a 1,500-year-old rock formation. Visit the enclosed wildlife habitat at Rhodhiss Lake National Wildlife Refuge, a 2.5-mile-long, 1.2 million-square-foot enclosed wildlife sanctuary. In the centre of the town of Hickory there is a museum of local art and cultural heritage as well as a small museum for children and adults.
Hickory alone has more than ten public golf courses, and the city has a variety of private and public parks, as well as a large number of golf clubs. Lake Rhodhiss is a lake that overlooks the town of Hickory and its surrounding area and offers views of the Appalachian Mountains, the Great Smoky Mountains and the North Carolina Mountains. The city offers a wide range of restaurants, bars, shops, hotels, restaurants and hotels.