Eno River Boat Ramp - Canoe near Durham, North Carolina
Durham,North Carolina
36.0930700279, -78.8243199054
8.0 miles NE of Durham, North Carolina
GPS: 36°5'35.1"N 78°49'27.6"W
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State: North Carolina


The Eno River Boat Ramp at the Three Rivers area of Falls Lake can be used to launch both motorized and non-motorized watercraft. The Eno Boat Ramp is located in Treyburn Corporate Park, off Red Mill Rd. in Durham. The Eno Boat ramp at Falls Lake is situated on the Eno River, near Falls Lake. The water depth and the size of the river near the launch is usually suitable for small motorized watercraft, and is a popular place for paddlers to launch their canoes and kayaks.

  1. Plan Ahead and Prepare
  2. Travel & camp on durable surfaces
  3. Dispose of waste properly
  4. Leave what you find
  5. Minimize campfire impacts
  6. Respect wildlife
  7. Be considerate of other visitors


From Durham, North Carolina

  1. Head southeast on E Main St toward US-70 BUS E (72 ft)
  2. Turn left at the 1st cross street onto N Roxboro St (449 ft)
  3. Continue straight to stay on N Roxboro St (1.4 mi)
  4. Turn right (signs for NC-55/US-15/US-70/I-85/Oxford/Carolina 55) (0.2 mi)
  5. Take the Interstate 85 N/US 15 N/US 70 E ramp to Oxford (0.2 mi)
  6. Merge onto I-85 N/US-15 N/US-70 E (0.5 mi)
  7. Keep left to continue on I-85 N (3.9 mi)
  8. Take exit 182 for Red Mill Rd (0.2 mi)
  9. Turn left onto Red Mill Rd (3.7 mi)
  10. Turn right onto Teknika Pkwy (0.2 mi)
  11. Turn right onto Red Mill Rd/Rodolphe St (0.5 mi)

US 70 at the Eno River bridge, east of Hillsborough. Park on the broad NC Department of Transportation road shoulder at the northwest corner of Highway 70 and Riverside Road. Portage down the steep bank to the river.

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