885 Chesterfield Highway
Cheraw, SC 29520
Phone: (843) 537-5625
Fax: (843) 537-4677
Spread across 30 acres (12 hectares), the Kalmia Gardens is situated in Hartsville, South Carolina. The gardens were set up by Mrs. David R. Coker who made trails and planted ornamental flora. The early-19th-century plantation features azalea plants and camellias along with an array of native species that enhance the beauty of the garden. It is a renowned birding spot that guarantees a pleasing experience for bird watchers. Also, the Joslin Education Center is accessible to school groups for trips to the gardens.
Traces Golf Club features 27 mildly challenging holes to amateurs as well as professionals. The course is made of sand, rolling meadows and undulant greenery.
The Palms Course at Oakdale was founded in the year 1961. This 18-hole course has a 117 slope rating and a 70.1 course rating.
Located about 30 miles off Charlotte, this club has been serving the fans of golf since 1936. The 72 par municipal course is designed with a good combination of tough and easy holes, 18 in all. It thus offers an interesting game for both the amateurs and the pros. For those serious about learning, this could be a good place to start considering that it doesn't get crowded.
The Village Arboretum is sprawled over 35 acres (14.16 hectares) and serves as a gathering spot for the close-knit Pinehurst community. It is the site for events like Family Movie Nights, Picnic in the Park, Oktoberfest and Antique Car Show. It also has popular picnic spots, nature trails and zones to play games like frisbee.
The Weymouth Woods-Sandhills Nature Preserve is a splendid state park in the U.S. State of North Carolina. It comprehensively encompasses a total land cover of 898 acres (363.4 hectares). The park site was established in the year 1963. It is a land midst trees and merchants did the cutting of the forests for timber. In close proximity lies the renowned terrain that stays esteemed for its golf courses and peach orchards. The nature preserve, in particular occupies great monumental value.
Taking its name from the Uwharrie Mountains, Uwharrie National Forest is the smallest in North Carolina, occupying 50,645 acres (20495.30 hectares). The site of a small-scale gold rush during the time of the Great Depression, gold panning in the water bodies is still a popular activity at Uwharrie National Forest. The forest is ideal for a range of recreational activities, from mountain biking and fishing to hiking and horse riding.
Come and play a round of golf at the Charlotte National Golf Course. This 18-hole course is vast and is traditionally designed. With lush greens, fairways and a few trees interspersed in between, a round of golf here would be satisfying, if not super challenging! There is a dress code, so call and find out before paying them a visit. Delighting local golfers since 1996, the Charlotte National Golf Course is open throughout the year.
The Emerald Lake Golf Club is a haven amidst beautiful surroundings. The course here is rather challenging to complete, with a playing area of 6,756 yards. But when the going gets tough, the panoramic view will definitely lift your spirits, and the sight of the lakes and fountains will encourage you to keep at it. Besides the course, the club also has a pro-shop, a restaurant (Lakeside Grille), refreshment carts and a clubhouse with excellent meeting facilities. So the next time you plan an office party, consider this place for sure.