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Start of Grassy Island Crossing
Junction United States Highway #52, Country Route #1627/Pinkiston River Road, near Cedar Hill, North Carolina. Byway Grassy Island Crossing is in a remote part of North Carolina. From it, you can access Pee Dee National Wildlife Service marshlands. Through an observation blind, travelers are afforded a view of waterfowl in their natural habitat. There are recreational opportunities on the Pee Dee River and Blewett Falls Lake, which have boat ramps and fishing access points.
0.8
1.3
Buffalo Creek Road
Buffalo Creek Road /Route #1631,
0.9
1.5
Pinkston River Road
Pinkston River Road to the banks of Pinkston River
2.9
4.6
Route #1632 / Dunlap Street
Route #1632 / Dunlap Street, Ansonville, North Carolina, located in Anson County, North Carolina, on United States Highway #52,
4.3
6.9
Buzzard Island
Leak Ferry Road / Route #1633, A small island formed in Pinkston River
4.8
7.8
Grassy Island Road / Route #1634
Grassy Island Road / Route #1634, connects to United States Highway #52, Route #1627 to Anson County Airport, a public airport near Wadesboro, North Carolina in Anson County.
7.1
11.5
A Trail
A Trail through the agricultural fields
7.3
11.7
Country Route to River
A Country Route wading through agricultural fields to Pinkston River.
8.8
14.2
General Smith Road
General Smith Road, Dennis Road,
9.4
15.2
Junction
Junction State Route #109 to Wadesboro, North Carolina, a town located in Anson County, North Carolina, State Route #1634,
10.1
16.2
Access
Access to Pinkston River near a bridge over the River
11.9
19.1
Jack Currie Road
Jack Currie Road / Route #1168,
12.4
20.0
Smith Ferry Road / Route #1170
Smith Ferry Road / Route #1170 to Pee Dee River
13.0
20.9
State Highway #109
State Highway #109 diverts from the byway and leads to Mount Gilead, North Carolina, located in Montgomery County, North Carolina, State Route #1148,
13.7
22.0
Smith Ferry Road
Smith Ferry Road, Davis Haywood Road / Route #1164, Pee Dee River,
14.9
24.0
Hamer Creek Road
Hamer Creek Road / Route #1163,
16.0
25.7
Pee Dee Church Road
Pee Dee Church Road / State Route #1159, Town Creek Mound Road, to Town Creek Indian Mound State Historic Site,
18.0
29.0
Route #1155
Route #1155 / Sides Road,
19.4
31.3
Hough Road
Hough Road / Route #1151, Covington Community Road, Community of Covington, North Carolina
23.0
37.0
Route #1149 / Cagel Grave Road
Route #1149 / Cagel Grave Road,
24.2
38.9
Grassy Islands
Grassy Islands, North Carolina, a group of masses formed in the middle of Pee Dee River, in North Carolina. Indian Mill Road leads to the Pee Dee River
25.2
40.5
Access
Access Route, to Blewett Falls Lake, a man-made lake, formed by a dam on the Great Pee Dee River, located in Anson and Ricmond Counties of North Carolina,
25.2
40.5
Access
Access Route, to Blewett Falls Lake, a man-made lake, formed by a dam on the Great Pee Dee River, located in Anson and Ricmond Counties of North Carolina,
25.5
41.1
Intersection
Intersection Holly Grove Church Road / Route #1146,
26.7
43.0
Bethany Road
Bethany Road / Route #1147,
27.0
43.5
Covington, North Carolina
Cartledge Creek Road / Route #1005 to Covington, North Carolina,
28.5
45.9
End of Grassy Island Crossing Byway
Junction State Route #1307, Route #1308 and Route #1309, off United States Highway #220, Ellerbe, North Carolina, a town in Richmond County, North Carolina, lies on State Highway #220 near here. Town of Ellerbe is known for its peaches, fruit stands and peach ice cream shops. This is where the Byway Grassy Island Crossing ends.