View all facilities

Oak Hollow Marina

Documents

Oak Hollow Park Map (PDF)

Parks & Recreation Rules and Regulations

Oak Hollow Park Fees and Charges

Oak Hollow Fishing Trail Brochure

Other Link North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission (NC fishing licenses)

Hours of Operation (open 7 days a week)



Through August 9, 2020 August 10 - September 6, 2020
7 a.m. - 8:30 p.m. 7 a.m. - 8 p.m.

Oak Hollow Marina: closes according to the posted time
Sailboat Point: closes 45 minutes prior to the posted time for Oak Hollow Marina
North Overlook: closes 25 minutes prior to the posted time for Oak Hollow Marina
Festival Park: closes 15 minutes prior to the posted time for Oak Hollow Marina

Due to COVID-19 Regulations:

Effective March 21, bank fishing fees will be waived until further notice. Fishermen will not need to check in at the marina. Please bring your own bait and tackle.  

For Powered and Non-powered launches, please call 336.883.3494 to register your vessel and pay over the phone. We are only accepting debit or credit card payments at this time.


Features

ADA Accessible Meeting Room
Bait and Tackle Parking
Boat Launch Ramps (no boats over 23' long) Picnic Areas
Boating Playground
Classroom Space Sailing Classes
Fishing Snacks
Ice Water
Kayak, Paddleboard, Sailboat Rentals WiFi

Night Fishing


Enjoy night fishing on Thursdays from April 2 - September 24, 2020. Open until 10 p.m.

Meeting Room


Our meeting room is available for rental to groups for special occasions or meetings. Audio visual equipment, including a projector, are available upon request.  Facility Rentals

Programs

Click here to see a listing of programs offered at Oak Hollow Marina.

Oak Hollow Fishing Trail

The Oak Hollow Fishing Trail, which is accessible only by boat, consists of 11 fishing sites scattered around the 800-acre reservoir. The sites are enhanced with fish attractors to attract largemouth bass and other sport fishes. Six of the sites are located in habitats where fish can be found in summer and winter, such as old roadbeds and humps with access to deeper waters of the reservoir. Five sites are located in shallow-water habitats where fish are found in the spring during pre and post-spawning times. This trail was developed in partnership with the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission and NC B.A.S.S.

NC Wildlife Loaner Road Program

Introduces youth to fishing by allowing them to sign out fishing poles free of charge.

Kayak, Paddleboard and Sailboat Rentals

Rentals are available from the spring through fall seasons, when the water temperature is 65 degrees or above. Rentals start at 7 a.m. All rental boats must be returned by 6 p.m., Monday-Sunday.

Boat rentals are not available at this time due to COVID-19 Regulations.


Other Recreational Areas



Go to Calendar