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CRAMERTON, NC (WBTV) - Since the early 1900's, the 30 acre island sitting in the middle of the South Fork river has been mostly vacant. Stewart Cramer once kept his goats there to graze, hence the name, "Goat Island".
Now the island has been transformed into a 30 acre super-park with disc golf, walking and biking trails, canoeing, and playgrounds.
The Town of Cramerton started the project 6 years ago to help build a local area where locals could enjoy the scenery, and also draw in much needed tourist dollars from surrounding towns and counties.
Cam Carpenter is the Director of the Town's Parks and Recreation Department. He says the hope is that people will come visit the park and then spend money in the Town's downtown district which is visible from the park.
The island is accessible from a bridge on one side and a canoe ramp on the other.
Kick-off festivities begin this Saturday June 30th with an early 4th of July celebration.
For more information on the park and its events, click here.