- 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.
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1631 Pleasant Plains Road, Matthews, NC 28105 MoreLess Info
The first of its kind in the town of Matthews, the Four Mile Creek Greenway , Matthews is a boardwalk that connects various local neighborhoods. Visitors can use it for scenic walks in a natural surrounding.
Head over to Carmike Cinemas to catch the latest feature films. This theater features a BigD auditorium, where movies are shown with bigger screens and bigger sounds. Discounts are available for children, seniors and matinee showings.
Hickory's Carmike 14 is a movie theater multiplex that shows mostly newly released Hollywood films. The theater features stadium seating, 3D for select films, and digital video and sound, and offers discount matinees.
Featuring 40 lanes, AMF Colonial Lanes offers open and league bowling and is suitable for private parties and events. The bowling center serves food and drinks and also provides pool tables and arcade video games.
Golfers can book a tee time at Regent Park and enjoy the full service restaurant and bar. The course also features a comprehensive 26-acre practice facility and a professionally staffed golf academy with instruction for individuals, groups and juniors.
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15222 York Road, Charlotte, NC 28278 MoreLess Info
McDowell Nature Center & Preserve is over 1,107 acres and features 7 miles of walking trails and a 56-site campground. They have playgrounds, picnic areas and opportunities to see over 100 species of birds and other wildlife.
Established in 1909, the 110-acre Boone's Cave Park is named for pioneer, Daniel Boone. Located near Lexington, North Carolina, the park is home to a cave, thought to be Daniel Boone's hideout. Hiking, kayaking and tennis are featured activities.