- TripBuzz found 139 things to do with kids in or near Davidson, North Carolina, including 132 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Concord, Mooresville, Charlotte and Huntersville.
- From Duffy Electric Boats of Lake Norman to Our Town Cinemas, the Davidson area offers 71 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Movie Theaters, Theaters and Dog Park.
- Home to Davidson College, the city of Davidson is a lakefront college and residential community in North Carolina's southern region. The family-friendly area offers many scenic local parks, dog parks, theatres and a ghost town. The city also hosts annual festivals, drawing visitors from surrounding areas to enjoy art fairs, music concerts and more.
Davidson Pizza Company Charlotte MoreLess Info
New York–style thin-crust pizzas, buffalo wings, calzones, salads, and heroes to take home or enjoy at the eatery’s outdoor picnic tables
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200-G North Harbor Pl, Davidson, NC 28036 MoreLess Info
With direct access to the lake, Duffy Electric Boats of Lake Norman offers boat rentals and wine cruises for visitors. The cruises take place on an electric boat and includes tastings of a variety of different wines and cheeses.
Adjustable seats and bistro tables create a unique movie-going experience at Our Town Cinemas, located in the Sadler Square Shopping Center. Special pricing is offered for students, children, seniors, military and matinee showings.
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104 S. Main St, In Front of Soda Shop, Davidson, NC 28036 MoreLess Info
A guided walking tour, the Ghost Walk of Davidson offers entertaining and informative insights into Davidson's history, haunted and otherwise. Tours are led by knowledgeable guides who tell chilling and entertaining stories of the town's past.
The Beaver Dam Historic Park and House was built in 1829 and renovated in the 1970s. Guests of the park enjoy the wide lawn shaded by old magnolia trees. The park and house are available for rental for special events.
Davidson Community Players was established in 1965 and currently encourages community participation in live theatre that engages, entertains, enriches and educates. They serve over 13,000 patrons annually and provide theatre performances, classes and camps for youth and adults.
Measuring seven acres, Legion Park features a historic marker beside an old spring that once provided water for the town and served as a Revolutionary War encampment site. It offers a baseball field, picnic areas, a playground and walking trails.
As an indoor skate park, STATIC Skateboard & Park has a facility stocked with ramps, rails, and other obstacles for skateboarders to ride on. The park has a shop that sells skateboarding equipment like decks.
Situated on over 66 acres, Bailey Road Park features baseball, soccer and football fields, basketball and tennis courts as well as a disc golf course. The park offers picnic facilities, a playground, walking trails and a bandshell for events.