- 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.
Originally opened in 1997, the Huntersville Athletic Park is a multipurpose recreation area that features sports fields (including four baseball diamonds) as well as open green space and walking trails.
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The Pure Speed Drag Racing Experience offers the Dragster Experience, the Dragster Blast Ride Along, and the Side By Side Camaro Competition. The Camaro Competition features four cars that reach speeds above 100 miles per hour.
The Lazy 5 Ranch is a children's zoo and center of educational agriculture. Kids and parents love to pet the animals, feed them handfuls of food and enjoy spending time together in the beautiful surroundings. The most popular attractions are the pumpkin hayride and the Clydesdale--powered wagon rides.
Situated on the shores of scenic Lake Norman, Lake Norman Jet Ski Rentals offers a variety of jet skis and wave runners for rent. All rentals include safety training and life jackets. The company also rents pontoon boats.
Strikers Soccer Center is a facility strictly for soccer that contains seven small fields and one large field with turf surfaces for high quality year-round play. They offer several programs for kids and adult leagues too.
Auto racing is part of North Carolina's culture, and Mooresville is privileged to be the home of the Roger Penske Racing South Facility. This is where racecars are built, repaired and salvaged for parts. Admission is free, although most patrons buy themselves a treat at the gift store.
John and Violet Davidson first established Historic Rural Hill Farm in 1760. The farm has been continually farmed by six generations of the family, and has been turned into a historical park that often hosts special events.
The GoPro Motorplex offers visitors rental go-karts as well features scheduled racing events. Located in Mooresville, North Carolina, the facility is open seven days a week for go-kart enthusiasts. The circuit is based on the Kartdroma Parma in Italy.