McAlpine Creek, McMullen Creek and Four Mile Creek Greenways are one of the many beautiful wetland nature trails that Charlotteans have access to. Even though it has 3 different names, it is the same greenway.
South Mountains has an elevation up to 3,000 feet and is a great way to escape the city and really get back to nature. There is an 80 foot waterfall and 45 miles of trails to enjoy. Only two trails are considered Easy. The rest are moderate to strenuous.
Alligators are making a comeback in North Carolina.
Come, enjoy the breathtaking beauty of a mountain. See a hawk glide on the current and add its beauty to a scene more beautiful than any in "Gone With the Wind." This is real, this is the south in all her splendor. To know her is to love her.
Approach any direction and you will see Pilot Mountain rising more than 1,400 feet above the countryside of the upper Piedmont plateau.
The Moses H. Cone Memorial Park is an estate honoring the late Moses H. Cone in Blowing Rock, NC. The Carriage trail is an easy gravel trail with a slight zig-zag incline up to the fire tower.
Find out where you can appreciate the sights that the city and surrounding area have to share; whether you want to appreciate the fascinating city skyline or the majesty of the Great Smoky Mountains.
If you've ever been curious about where Ava Gardner was born a visit to Smithfield, North Carolina might offer answers. The Ava Gardner museum is opened seven days a week and has a delightful collection of Gardner's memorabilia.
A visit to the Billy Graham Library in Charlotte, NC offers inspiring exhibits, films, and memorabilia retracing Billy Graham’s dynamic journey from a North Carolina dairy farm to stadiums and arenas all across the globe.
Fayetteville, North Carolina has more interesting places to visit and things to do than you might think. This article highlights some local businesses and attractions that you might want to check out, if you live here or if you're visiting from out of town.