Travelers of old highway 301 have enjoyed a rest at the Fish Camp - once they realized the pond was open to the public. Some stopped habitually in their travels, maybe to share their thoughts with the "Black River Philosopher," owner Jerry Honeycutt. Until his unexpected passing on November 6, 2000, Mr. Honeycutt was always ready to share area history and nature with passerby. "In December 2004, the State of North Carolina purchased a spectacular natural area known as Rhodes Pond, protecting and preserving it in perpetuity."
Open to the public.
Notes: Boat Ramp; Universal Access.
What You Will Catch: Catfish, Large Mouth Bass, Sunfish.
This site is affiliated with the North Carolina Wildlife Resources