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Plantation Pointe is located on Lake Hickory, in Granite Falls, Caldwell County, North Carolina. It is a beautiful community in Granite Falls, with nearby Duke Power public access on the main channel of Lake Hickory. This community is minutes away from Hickory City amenities with shopping, restaurant and medical services. Our exclusive neighborhood offers wet/dry boat storage, a community picnic area, underground utilities and lamp lighted streets. Learn more about the location of Plantation Pointe.
The town of Granite Falls is located approximately 10 miles northwest of the city of Hickory, and is considered to be in the Hickory-Morganton-Lenoir metro area. The estimated population, in 2003, was 4,572 people. (See MAPS of Granite Falls, N.C. -- aerial view | topographical view | Mapquest view).
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Demographics and Description of Granite Falls, NC
Lake Hickory was created in 1927 with the completion of the Oxford Dam. The dam parallels the NC Highway 16 bridge over the Catawba River between I-40 and Taylorsville. It is 122 feet high, with an overall length of 1,200 feet. The spillway section of the dam is 550 feet long. Lake Hickory was named after the nearby city of the same name. The lake covers almost 4,223 acres with 105 miles of shoreline. Full pond elevation is 935 feet. Lake Hickory is a reliable source of water for the nearby cities of Hickory and Longview, North Carolina. Duke Power provides five public access areas on the lake in cooperation with the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission. See our "Gallery" page for photographs of Lake Hickory.