Preserve. Protect. Educate. We are impassioned advocates working to ensure the continued beauty, integrity, safety and survival of Lake Glenville.

Notice: Lake Levels (Issued 11/07/19)

Tuckasegee Lake requires a three-foot drawdown to perform maintenance on the intake. The lake level will be down approximately one week, but will have no impact on minimum flow. From Dec. 9 to Dec. 30, 2019, Lake Glenville will be lowered to perform maintenance on the spillway gates. This work will require the lake to be lowered 3 feet below the Normal Target Elevation. During this drawdown, the Powerhouse Access Area boat ramps will remain in-service while the Pine Creek ramps may become too shallow for use by some boats. The duration of the drawdown and the time required to refill the lake will depend on weather conditions and river inflows. Duke Energy will provide updates if the schedule changes significantly. For information on current lake levels and conditions, please visit, download the Duke Energy Lake View mobile app or call 800.829.5253.

FLG 2019: The Year in Review

2019 has been a great year for Friends of Lake Glenville, filled with many accomplishments, social activities, and fun on one of the most beautiful and pristine lakes in the country!

Continue Reading

Changing of the Guard: A Letter from FLG President David Leach

Dear Valued Members of FLG,

As previously communicated to you, there are some changes to the FLG Board for this coming year. The Members of FLG were informed by the President in an email on October 20th, 2018, of the formation of a Board Nominating Committee whose task it was to select a Slate of Directors to be presented to the Membership at the Annual Meeting on August 3, 2019. This slate would serve for 2019 and beyond, as determined by the By-Laws. The details can be found in the attachment entitled New Slate of Board Members, Responsibilities, and Terms.

Continue Reading

Record Number of Volunteers & Trash Haulage as FLG Cleans Up Lake Glenville

Friends of Lake Glenville held our annual Lake Clean-Up this past Saturday, June 22nd. We had a record attendance of 15 boats and over 75 participants. Debris drop-off was at the Pine Creek Access Area and was an exciting area for observers.

Continue Reading

N.C. Wildlife Commission Urges Boaters to Play It Safe

In response to a stark increase in boating-related fatalities in 2018, the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission urges all North Carolinians to practice safe habits while on the water in N.C. this summer, including on Lake Glenville.

Continue Reading