Kings Mountain Point Day Use Area is located on the shores of Badin Lake north of Troy, NC in Montgomery County. The biggest fishing hole in the Uwharrie National Forest is Badin Lake. This 5,350-acre impoundment of the Yadkin River was built in 1917 by the Aluminum Company of America (ALCOA) to generate hydroelectric power for the aluminum plant at Badin. The eastern shore borders the National Forest and the lake is well stocked with catfish, bream, largemouth, white and striped bass. Natural Features: This picnic shelter is located in a large field bordered by trees and is located on Badin Lake in the Uwharrie National Forest. This point is forested by mixed hardwoods and pines. This area has great fishing for all anglers to enjoy. Recreation: The Kings Mountain Point Day Use Area offers access to 4 accessible fishing piers, the Badin Lake Hiking Trail and a 0.5 mile paved, accessible trail around the day use area with splendid views of the lake. Additionally, there is a 9 hole, disc golf course. You can bring your own Frisbees or Discs or sign them out from our Day Use Host that is on site. Facilities: Kings Mountain Point Day Use Area offers a picnic shelter with 9 picnic tables and 3 large BBQ grills. There are 6 electrical outlets of 30 amps at the picnic pavilion, but no lights built into the pavilion. The pavilion is accessible and it has flush toilets located near this facility. Additionally, there are 3 vault toilets at the day use area.