- Our list of the best things to do in Belmont, North Carolina, features the top 172 nearby activities — including 71 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
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Martha Rivers Park is a castled themed, enclosed playground. They offer sandpits, baseball and soccer fields along with a paved walking trail that goes around the facility. The park also provides picnic shelters, shady benches and a concession stand.
The Billy Graham Library in Charlotte, North Carolina is dedicated to the life and work of Christian evangelist Billy Graham. The Library includes a huge collection of Graham's personal effects and frequently sponsors religious events, gatherings and performances.
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As a performing arts school, Gaston School of the Arts Playhouse offers visitors musicals starring its students. The school also offers adult pottery classes, music lessons, and bluegrass jam sessions.
Home of the Gastonia Grizzlies Coastal Plain League baseball team, Sims Legion Park seats 3,000 fans. The stadium also hosts the annual Beer Fest, with live music, cornhole tournament, and unlimited brew sampling.
Striving to provide quality entertainment and education of the arts to the patrons of Gastonia, The Little Theater of Gastonia is a popular cultural touchstone of the town. The theater presents an array of stage plays, musicals and children's productions throughout the year.
League players and casual bowlers can roll for strikes at George Pappas Liberty Lanes. Guests can enjoy open bowl, league play, special nights and events, refreshments at the Spare Time Snackbar, and rent the lanes for private parties.
Overlooking the 80-acre Rankin Lake, Rankin Lake Park allows access to the lake for fishing and boating. The park also features an 18-hole disc golf course, picnic shelters, a nearly 1.6 mile walking trail and a play area.