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Fishing at River Park North

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$1.50 per day for Greenville residents
$3 per day for non-residents


$12 yearly (one year from date of purchase) permit for Greenville residents;
$24 yearly permit for non-residents

Children 15 and under and adults 62 and older fish free. Adults age 16 and older must have a valid NC fishing license.

Fishing Piers

Two 900-sq. ft. fishing piers are now open. Handicap accessible with low rails and a 12-car handicap parking area. Artificial reefs within easy casting distance are located in areas around the piers.

Community Lake Fishing Program

800-1000 channel catfish are stocked in our largest fishing pond each month April through September. These fish are already a good size for catching and eating when they are delivered. Feeders are used to keep them healthy, growing, and concentrated in an area where fishermen have easy access to catch them. This is a cooperative program with the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission. For information, call 252.329.4560.

Loaner Rod & Reel Program

This is a joint program with the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission. Rods and reels are available for loan, to people fishing at River Park North. Application forms must be filled out and signed by parents for children registering. For information or to register, call 252.329.4560.