High Point City Lake Park is an expansive public park located between High Point and Jamestown. It features one-of-a-kind amenities that cater to all members of your family. High Point City Lake Park offers scenic boat tours, kayak and paddle board rentals, walking trails, picnic shelters, and a marina for fishing. Visitors can also enjoy a mini train tour around the park and carousel rides. High Point City Lake Park recently underwent a $23.1 million renovation of its meeting & event center, pool area, and gymnasium. This park is sure to be your favorite year-round, whether you’re enjoying the lazy river and water slides in the summer or enjoying pontoon boat leaf tours in the fall.
For the racing enthusiasts or spectators, the Farmington Dragway is open year round featuring weekly racing programs like Friday Night Thunder as well as many special events. Whether you like fast cars, trucks, motorcycles, or tractors , a trip to the Dragway is guaranteed family fun.
Nestled in the quaint farming community of Mocksville, just on the outside of historic Winston-Salem, Farmington Dragway makes for an absolutely beautiful racing facility.
Moratock Park features the picturesque views of the Dan River with river access, a park shelter, restroom facilities and a ball field. Bring your gear and enjoy easy access to the river for tubing, kayaking, canoeing, and water/beach fun.
The historic Moratock Iron Furnace is located inside the park by the Dan River and is of the best preserved structures remaining from the antebellum period in North Carolina. Stokes County was one of many piedmont counties that contained iron ore deposits. The Moratock was used to produce usable bar iron and currently measures approximately 28 feet square at the base and is constructed of rough-quarried granite blocks.
Visit Carolina Ziplines Canopy Tour to put some “fresh air” into your lungs and your lives. Come to make new friends and reconnect with our many old friends.
Carolina Ziplines is a zipline canopy tour filled with a whole day of adventuring. Make sure to pack a picnic, let your kids play in the creek, string up a hammock in their hammock garden or just relax while wondering around the beautiful 27 acre farm. Let’s get some fresh air and fresh thinking into your life and enjoy some memories together.
With over 48 miles of hiking trails, Hanging Rock State Park started as a Civilian Conservation Corps project and has become a park that offers every part of a traditional outdoor experience.
Trails lead to picturesque mountain views, rock outcrops, waterfalls, and even a mountain cave. Some are open to horseback riding and mountain biking, and a portion is part of the Mountains-to-Sea State Trail. Campgrounds, a swim lake, and access to paddling on the Dan River complete the gamut of recreational opportunities.
A classic drive-in movie theater with two screens and newly released movies playing every weekend.
Come out and enjoy a movie under the stars.
Laser tagging, zip lining, axe throwing, bomb bowling- OH MY! All this and more can be found at Kersey Valley, where anyone can live their adventure.
Perfect for group outings, team-building events, parties, & school/scout trips! Seasonal attractions are Maize Adventure—Trek the corn maze, ride the Kersey Valley Express, plus a full day of activities on 1 all-inclusive ticket; Spooky Woods—Have a frightfully good time with custom sets & monsters at our haunted attraction; Christmas—Stroll through an immersive holiday environment, train/wagon rides and adventure playground.
The Historic Earle Theatre, circa 1937, is an art deco theater from an era of classic movie houses. It’s stage is used year-round for music performances, touring concerts and the Saturday morning Merry-Go-Round live radio broadcast. The Earle is also home to the Old-Time Music Heritage Hall, with exhibits on Surry County old-time and bluegrass musicians. Feature films and classic movies are shown throughout the year.
Check out their website and come for a family movie night, a bluegrass workshop, or even a tap class!
Stone Mountain State Park is home to the 600-foot granite dome that is a designated National Natural Landmark and the historic Hutchinson Homestead, a restored mid-19th-century farm situated at the mountain base.
The park offers nearly all types of outdoor activity to experience a high country landscape adorned with beautiful waterfalls, winding creeks, and bountiful trout streams. A portion of the Mountains-to-Sea State Trail runs through the park near the backcountry campsites.
With 20 miles of hiking, 10 miles of horseback riding trails, campsites, fishing and more- this is a must explore park in NC!
Located in Rockingham County, Mayo River State Park offers various recreational opportunities at the main Mayo Mountain access and at multiple accesses along the Mayo River.
At the main access, visitors can enjoy hiking trails, fishing ponds, a picnic area and shelter, and a group campsite. Four accesses — Deshazo Mill, Anglin Mill, Hickory Creek, and Mayodan — allow entry to the river, home to rich wildlife and Class II rapids. Deshazo Mill also features a picturesque waterfall on Fall Creek.