The lake has turned over and caused some dirt to rise to the top. This is causing the water to have a brownish color. The water is safe. Opening the faucets in your home for about 15 minutes will help to clear the water.
Tues-Sat 9am – 5pm
Closed Sunday and Monday
Closed Major Holidays
Come visit the Alamance Battleground and lean about the Battle of Alamance, the largest conflict during the War of the Regulation. Also, visit the site of Pyle’s Massacre which marks the defeat of British Loyalist in the American Revolutionary War. Come visit our Alamance Museum to learn about the discovery of “Alamance Plaid” and how up until the 1890s Alamance County lead the way for textiles in North Carolina.
Rich in American history, the largest conflict during the War of the Regulation was fought on this land. The Battleground also sponsors, “Colonial Living Week,” the second week every October, a long-time tradition since the 1970s.
Town Hall meetings are held monthly and open to the public. The building provides professional offices, meeting rooms and regular assembly space for public Town Hall meetings.
For businesses or residents looking to build or expand you can find the forms and permits that you need through our website or give us a call at 336-226-0033 for more information.