The Town Center Walkway & Chimney Rock Village Riverwalk - Connecting People to Places the Scenic Way

One great way to take in the sights and sounds of Lake Lure and the Village of Chimney Rock is to take the time to enjoy the Town Center Walkway in Lake Lure and the Riverwalk path that stretches along a section of the Rocky Broad River

A path of brick pavers extends approximately mile along US64/74A through the Town Center from Jack London Road near the ABC Store to the Lake Lure Beach and Water Park area where it becomes a boardwalk with docks for temporary boat mooring.

The walkway continues to Washburn Marina and Morse Park and then again becomes a paved walkway past the Municipal Center and across the old historic Rocky Broad River Bridge, which is now the Lake Lure Flowering Bridge.

It currently ends at Boys Camp Road, but the plan is to extend it in the future.

Plans include two additional phases of construction to extend the walkway eastward from Jack London Road to the Lake Lure Post Office and westward from Boys Camp Road to the RiverWalk in Chimney Rock Village.