The Fork Farm and Lucky Clays Farm
The Fork offers endless activities and adventures to suit a wide range of interests. Not only does the Fork boast world-class equestrian and sportsman facilities, but it also provides opportunities for bike riding, fishing, hiking, and much more; all while surrounded by the pristine beauty of southern Stanly County. The Fork Farm also hosts the annual Fork Horse Trials and Outdoor Heritage Days, events visitors surely won’t want to miss. Be as active as your heart desires and end the day relaxing in the comforts of the Lodge Bed and Breakfast.
Amenities at the Fork include:
When past clays shooting Champion Judy Carpenter purchased the land for Lucky Clays Farm, she had a vision to conserve and preserve the land’s abundant natural resources. Today, that vision has grown into a sustainable farm and renewable energy model, as well as a unique venue for meetings, conferences, events, and clay shooting enthusiasts. The property includes:
- 400+ acres of trails for hiking, cycling and mountain biking
- A conference center with kitchen and state-of-the-art media capabilities
- Pet-friendly cottages with large porches and beautiful views
- Clays target shooting including trap, FITASC and 5-Stand
- Greenhouse with farm-raised tilapia and organic produce
- A covered outdoor facility with patio, outdoor kitchen, automatic shutter system and entertainment/sound system
- Fishing ponds stocked with bream, bass, crappie and catfish
Recognized as North Carolina’s largest residential renewable energy system, Lucky Clays Farm features sustainable construction, high-efficiency building materials, indigenous plants, and a rainwater harvesting system.