The Lawrenceville Tract

    The Lawrenceville Tract was protected by fee-simple donation in 1998.  The McCoy Family generously donated the site due to its historical significance to Montgomery County.  The 112-acre site provide a buffer between the Uwharrie National Forest and N.C. Highway 24/27.  It also provide a buffer to the trailhead for the Uwharrie Recreational Trail.  But, perhaps most importantly, this site contains a record of Montgomery County's past.  Located within the property is the remains of the Lawrenceville Courthouse, a historical homeplace, and the old trading road that led to the Yadkin River.