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This classification lends itself to wilderness-type experiences, such as solitude and wildlife viewing.The middle portion from Back Swamp to Jacob Swamp Canal is wider, averaging 75 feet, and is classified as recreational because it offers outstanding recreational and scenic values and is largely free of impoundments, but has development and an extensive road system along its banks.The river has been divided into recreation water trails and has 24 canoe access points at road intersections.The river is smooth water with a velocity ranging from less than two miles per hour to four miles per hour. In Scotland County, the Lumber River Canoe Regatta took place between 19 on the Lumber River Canoe Trail. The Lumber River Canoe Trail was made a part of the North Carolina Trails System in 1978.There are serious impediments to passage on the upper portion of the river; the lower river has few obstructions.The meandering nature of the river and the force of unseen currents provide challenging variations in navigability to boaters.
Highway 74 roughly parallels the river for about 30 miles, running in a southeasterly direction from Maxton to Pembroke and past Lumberton and then to the southeast from Lumberton to Boardman.
The uppermost part of the river from State Route 1412 (Turnpike Bridge) to Back Swamp is the narrowest section of the river, measuring an average of 40 feet in width.
This section is classified as scenic, which is defined as largely primitive, undeveloped, and free of impoundments, but accessible by roads.
Canoeing: One of the best way to experience the unique characteristics of the Lumber River is by canoe.
The visitor experiences miles of natural settings that one would normally expect in highly isolated areas.