Annual NCRC Cookout

  • 11 Jun 2017
  • 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
  • Lake Crabtree Park - Beech Shelter


  • Annual Family Cookout

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Annual Family Cookout  

Beech Shelter at Lake Crabtree

This is the same site we had last year. It is the third driveway on the right when entering the park.

There is a toddlers playground next to the shelter.

The club will provide burgers (meat and veggie), hot dogs, drinks and paper goods. We ask you to bring a side or dessert to share. 

Please let us know what you will be bringing by filling out this little form. You can also see what others are bringing:  Sides/Desserts for NCRC Cookout - Signup

This is a family event so feel free to bring family or friends. A great way to introduce new people to the club. 

Feel free to come out early for a run or hike on the trails, rent a boat, or fish.  We have reserved the horseshoes and other gaming equipment.

Here is some information from the Lake Crabtree Website linked above about boat rentals and fishing (both located close to the shelter)

The shelter is actually reserved all day if you go early.

Boat Rentals

Sailboats, canoes, kayaks, rowboats, pedal boats, and now stand-up paddleboards (new!) are available for rent on the park's waterfront for the duration of the Boat Rental season. All rentals are on a first-come, first-served basis and by the hour. A $20 cash deposit is required as well as a valid photo identification. A customer must be at least 18 years of age to rent a boat. A customer must be at least 16 years of age to take a boat out, but must have a parent or guardian sign the release form. Sorry, no credit cards or checks accepted. For more information about Boat Rental, call 919-460-3398.

Refer to the 2017 Boat Rental Information Flier for more information.


Fishing is a popular pastime at Lake Crabtree County Park. A fishing pier and platform provide handicap accessibility. The park offers a Tackle Loaner Program through the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission. Fishing is permitted in designated areas only.

Any person 16 and older fishing in public waters MUST have a fishing license. Children under 16 years of age must be with a licensed adult to fish.

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