Pee Dee Valley Drive
- DesignationState Byway
- Length14.6 miles
Statewide Byway Partners
North Carolina Department of Transportation
Economic Development Partnership of North Carolina
The Pee Dee Valley Drive parallels the route of the Pee Dee River as it flows south from Badin Lake to Lake Tillery. The byway travels through the Pee Dee River Valley. The Pee Dee River, formed at the junction of the Yadkin and Uwharrie rivers, flows into and through South Carolina, where it empties into the Atlantic Ocean. Sometimes called the Great Pee Dee River, the name originates from the Catawba word for “smart, capable, or expert.”
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