722 York Rd.
Kings Mountain, NC 28086
Phone: (704) 739-7070
Fax: (704) 739-7117
Situated on Horton Road, the R.J. Rednour Farms is a perfect place to discover and get close to domestic animals. Enjoy horse rides and feed the farm animals. A wonderful place for children and adults alike, you can also book the farms for private events.
This park is a great way to reflect on the revolutionary war that took place on October 7, 1980. Kings Mountain National Military Park, listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1996, beautifully commemorates the Battle of Kings Mountain, which was a first major patriotic victory to have happened after the British invasion of Charleston in May 1780. No wonder Thomas Jefferson referred to it as a turning point event. The park offers an adventurous mix of camping, picnicking, hiking trails and a functional history farm. Admission is free and an average visit would probably take one to two hours.
This park is more famously known for the pivotal battle between American colonialists against the British Crown and its allies during the Fall of 1780. Thomas Jefferson considered the battle of Kings Mountain as one of the most significant because it impeded the British consolidation of the Carolinas. Today the park is on the National Register of Historic Places and its a nice getaway in the Great Outdoors. The visitors' center relates the history of the region as well as provides maps to those who wish to trek, fish or hike the backcountry.
The Erwin Park, located on West Norment Avenue is popular as a basketball venue among the locals. Enjoy a game with a group of buddies at this well maintained park with good amenities.
Situated at West Franklin Boulevard, the St. Mark's Episcopal Church is a beautiful church, dating back to 1877. The church started of with a group of five families coming together to form the local parish. Today, the church functions as a religious hub to several residents and is dedicated to serve the community.
Situated along Neal Hawkins Road, is the beautiful Martha Rivers Park. It features baseball fields, picnic spaces, barbecue pits and barbecue pits. Highlight of the park is the spectacular castle themed play area. It has provisions for pets as well, so, no need to leave your furry friend behind!
Located right at Rankin Lake Road, is the picturesque Rankin Lake Park. Take the well marked nature trail and enjoy the scenic beauty of the nearby lake, enjoy disc golf or simply spend your day on a family picnic.
Lineberger Park is local community park used for recreational purposes. The park is equipped with pools, showers, restrooms and basketball court.
Gaston Country Club is a spacious golf course in Gastonia. The club also has tennis courts and swimming pools.
The Hoyle House in Dallas, North Carolina was the home of Pieter Heyl, a German miller. An extraordinary example of German-American architecture, the two floored house was constructed sometime in the mid 1700s. It underwent various alterations over the years as it was passed from generation from generation and today one can see a mix of many architectural styles, with evident Federal and Georgian influences. The property was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1993.
George Poston Park is the perfect place for a fun time with your family. It consists of a well designed playground, a dog park, sports fields and walking trails. Also available are two sheltered picnic facilities.
Carolina Speedway is a major racing stadium and arena for dirt track car races. Schedules of upcoming events, tournament schedules and results are up on their official website. Prior ticket booking is a must.