We have created a map that shows all the different bridge heights around Lake Norman. (See Below). On the southern part of the lake, there are not really any bridges to be concerned about besides the Williamson bridge which is located on the southeast side. The bridge connects you to a couple of waterfront restaurants as well as some waterfront homes and condos. The bridge height is 6′ at full pond so you will want to check the current lake level and your access will depend on the size of your boat. Personally, I usually don’t have a problem in a pontoon boat, sometimes I do have to put down the bimini. If you have a sail boat then you will need to stay south of the 150 bridge.
We also added some of the waterfront restaurants, marinas and public boat ramps to the map. You can click on the top right corner of the map to make it larger.
This is a photo of the slanting road bridge which is an iconic bridge on the northwest side of Lake Norman right next to The Boat Rack marina and The Landing Waterfront restaurant.