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707 NC HIGHWAY 66 S, Kernersville, NC, US, 27284

  • Phone: (336) 996-3501
  • Fax: (336) 996-9701
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Attractions

»Körner’s Folly

As one travels down the row of buildings at South Main Street, this eccentric house is sure to grab eyeballs. The home of painter Jule Gilmer Körner, this house is an architectural wonder with plenty of extraordinary engineering including varying ceiling heights, several unique fireplaces, dissimilar doorways and colorful murals. The house took long to be constructed as Körner kept looking for new design ideas. Due to its extravagant design it was known as Körner's Folly, much to the amusement of Körner who took it as a compliment.

413 South Main Street
Kernersville, NC 27284

»First Baptist Church Kernersville

The First Baptist Church located on North Main Street in Kernersville, North Carolina is a highly distinguished church. It was built in 1915. Apart from worship services and Sunday School, it also arranges for a Child Development Center. It rigorously caters to the developmental, educational and the academical growth of children. It aptly defines the Late Gothic Revival and Tudor Revival styles of architecture, and was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on February 25, 1988.

401 Oakhurst Street
Kernersville, NC 27284

»Triad Park

Triad Park, located to the west of Greensboro, spans 426 acres (172.40 hectares) of meadows and woods. Visitors can enjoy the horseshoe pits, sand volleyball courts, softball field and soccer fields for a small fee, or they can choose to tackle one of the many hiking trails in the park. The catch-and-release fishing pond is stocked with small fish. Reservations for picnic shelters and Woodland Hall should be made well in advance. The park is open from 7a daily, and closes at different times depending on the season.

9652 East Mountain Street
Kernersville, NC 27284

»Old Mill of Guilford

The Old Mill of Guilford was built in 1767 to provide a place where the settlers could grind their grain. Though the mill has moved multiple times and gone through upgrades as technology improved, it has always been in operation and continues to grind grain today. Legend says that the mill was even used during the Revolutionary War by British troops. Visitors can purchase biscuit mixes and the like along with products like whole wheat flour in the shop.

1340 NC 68 North
Oak Ridge, NC 27310

»All-A-Flutter Butterfly Farm

Spend a relaxing day out with your family as you visit All-A-Flutter Butterfly Farm. This place is known to house different species of colorful and beautiful butterflies. This place is a great picnic spot to take your little ones to, and gives information of the life of the beautiful insect.

7850 Clinard Farms Road
High Point, NC 27262

»Oak Hollow Marina

Enjoy a relaxing day off as you fish along the banks of Oak Hollow Marina. This place is known for offering, fishing and sailing lessons for the enthusiasts. Apart from this, it houses multiple picnic spots and grill place for you to enjoy some quality time with your loved ones.

3431 North Centennial Street
High Point, NC 27265

»Deep River Friends Meeting House and Cemetery

Deep River Friends Meeting House and Cemetery is one of the foremost cemeteries across the Guilford County. Though the earliest marking dates back to 1803, this cemetery is deemed to be in existence much before that. The Deep River Friends Memorial Association preserves and maintains this historical burying ground.

5300 West Wendover Avenue
High Point, NC 27265

»Oak Hollow Golf Course

Opened since 1972, Oak Hollow Golf Course is one of the top rated golf courses in America. This 18 hole golf course is known for its challenging yet scenic designs. Your game gets all the more interesting as the course challenges you with different landscapes of the golf holes.

3400 North Centennial Street
High Point, NC 27265

»Winston-Salem State University

One of North Carolina's historically black colleges, the Winston-Salem State University educates students in the technology, finance, health services and teaching. The campus spans 110 acres has been ranked one of the top universities in the South for a bachelor's degree, and trains their students to serve their community. A graduate degree program is also offered.

601 South Martin Luther King Jr. Drive
Winston-Salem, NC 27110

»Lake Higgins Watershed Park

Named after former Creensboro City Councilmen Vic Higgins when it opened back 1956, the lake itself is a 226-acre municipal reservoir. Fishing is allowed from a boat or pier, as is kayaking and canoeing. Don't worry if you don't have your own boat, kayak or canoe, because you can rent any of these from the park for pretty cheap.

4235 Hamburg Mill Road
Summerfield, NC 27358

»High Point Museum - Historical Park

The High Point Museum Historical Park is a place where visitors can learn how different herbs were used in the olden days. It features buildings from the 18th and 19th Centuries. Amidst these buildings, there is a historical herb garden. The park remains closed from Sunday to Tuesday and has no admission charges. For more details, please visit the website.

1859 East Lexington Avenue
High Point, NC 27262

»High Point Museum

High Point Museum is a museum which records and displays the culture and history of High Point. The museum has many interactive and interesting exhibits, fun activities for kids and more. They are also involved in several activities such as archiving the local history, artifact preservation drives and so on.

1859 East Lexington Avenue
High Point, NC 27262
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