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Big Choga Access Area to Close Temporarily for Site Improvements

  • 29 April 2015
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NOTE: This is a news release issued April 29, 2015 by Duke Energy

TOPTON, N.C. – In order to facilitate work for site enhancements, Duke Energy will temporarily close the Big Choga Access Area on Lake Nantahala beginning May 4.

Improvements to the Big Choga Access Area including paving the parking lot and constructing an accessible vault toilet. The boat ramp will be closed to facilitate the construction activities. During this period, guests may launch boats at the Rocky Branch Access Area located at 28 Alpine Shores Lane. The work at the Big Choga Access Area is scheduled to be completed by the fall 2015 based on weather conditions.

“These improvements are part of ongoing efforts by Duke Energy to ensure quality access areas are available to the recreational boating public for use at our lakes,” said John Crutchfield, director of Duke Energy’s public safety and recreation strategy planning services. 

Big Choga Access Area is located on Big Choga Road in Macon County. The site is maintained by the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission.

 

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