- TripBuzz found 150 things to do with kids in or near Huntersville, North Carolina, including 135 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Concord, Charlotte, Mooresville and Kannapolis.
- From Discovery Place KIDS to Bradford Park, the Huntersville area offers 70 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Bowling, Playgrounds and Movie Theaters.
- Located twelve miles north of downtown Charlotte lies the city of Huntersville. The popular suburb is home to the annual Carolina Renaissance Festival, attracting tourists from the surrounding areas throughout the fall. Additional attractions in the area include the Joe Gibbs NASCAR race shop, Lake Norman and various city parks.
Named after famous banjo player and local resident Earl Scruggs, the Earl Scruggs Center is a museum dedicated to the Blue Ridge area music. The museum is filled with exhibits and information that teaches about local music life and culture.
Shelby City Park contains over 150 acres of baseball and softball fields, a playground, aquatics center, nine hole golf course, tennis courts, volleyball court, and a croquet court. Visitors can also ride on a restored Herchell Spillman Carrousel, and ride on a miniature train, or attend activities in the gymna…
Kate's Skating Rink is an indoor rink that offers roller skating sessions for the public and is open year round. They feature arcade games and avail their facility for birthday parties, holiday parties and corporate events.
93% 145 votes
49104 Morrow Mountain Road, Albemarle, NC 28001 MoreLess Info
Morrow Mountain State Park is a great location for enjoying the outdoors with people of all ages. Popular activities include hiking, horseback riding, canoeing, and boating with the picturesque mountains as a backdrop.
100% 11 votes
I-85 Mile Marker 100, Lexington, NC MoreLess Info
The North Carolina Vietnam Veteran's was built to honor the sacrifice of over 1600 soldiers from the state. The monument and garden park is also dedicated to over 200,000 soldiers from the state who served in the war.
60% 10 votes
2 South Main Street, Lexington, NC 27292 MoreLess Info
The Davidson County Historical Museum Old Courthouse on the Square was just rededicated after restorations in September 2014. The area's development from the prehistoric era through the 18th century is displayed in the main exhibit with side displays about the region's agriculture and participation in World War…