TRLT Clubs

Get involved with what you love

We are all connected to the land. Whether you get lost paddling the back waters and rivers of the Piedmont, hike the road less traveled through the longleaf pines, or hone your archery skills for the next hunting season, our outdoor pursuits fuel us to do more for land conservation in our local area. At Three Rivers Land Trust we want to help you connect with those who share your same passions and provide opportunites for new adventures. Join one of our current outdoor clubs to get more involved in local conservation and find more time explore!

Find new adventures

Meet like-minded folks

Support local conservation

Get outside

We’re Here to Connect You with What You Love Doing Outdoors


Archery Club

Compete in one or all of our 3-D archery tournaments. Our shoots are a part of the Southern Archery Circuit. 

Paddling Club

This interest club will meet once a month to explore new areas and discuss how we can continue conservation of our waterways.

Hiking Club

Join others in our hiking club as we tackle the Uwharries and discover new trails. Club will meet once a month.

About Our Interest Groups

At Three Rivers Land Trust, it is our goal to not only support local conservation, but to support YOU by connecting you to both conservation, and the outdoors. We are here to be the bridge between your favorite outdoor activity and getting outside and doing what you love. We have a multitude of events for you you participate in. While your first event is complementary, we ask you to become a member and support our work to continue participating in subsequent events.

Get Outside With Three Rivers Land Trust

Our hiking excusions will take us to Land Trust owned properties and to less known trails in our footprint. Joining our paddle club will up your adventures navigating down our local waterways. Or you can join the archery club to hone your skills by competing in one of our four archery tournaments. Don’t see your favorite past time? We would love to hear from you!

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 Do What You Love – And Do Something Good For Your Community

Not only are you exploring new outdoor spots and meeting like minded folk, you are directly supporting local conservation. Funding from memberships enables us to conserve more natural areas, protect our region’s waterways, and ensure opportunities to explore our region will remain for generations to come.