You will find fun things to do in Huntersville, NC all around our hotel! Huntersville was the first town in the Lake Norman area and has rapidly grown out of its original mill-town roots. First settled for farming, a busy cotton mill brought people to the area, which quickly became attractive for people looking for a quick drive into Charlotte while enjoying peace and quiet.
Discover some of the best Huntersville, NC attractions! For more recommendations and reservations, don't hesitate to ask our friendly hotel staff at the front desk.
For great shopping in the Lake Norman area, head to Birkdale Village. A one-stop-shop for everything you need, in an open-air environment with over 60 retail shops and 10 restaurants. From American Eagle to Zoes Kitchen, the mall has it all.
Photos courtesy of Visit Lake Norman.
This historic farm is a destination for history, culture, and nature all in one. 265 secluded acres has miles of walking trails provide a calm environment against the lush green Carolina backdrop. Enter the farm itself to step back 250 years in time.
Photo Courtesy of Rural Hill
We’re in the heart of NASCAR country, and our hotel is close to Joe Gibbs Racing. Tour the facility and get a bird’s eye view of the shop where cars are built and worked on. For a souvenir to take home, visit the gift shop.
A museum designed specifically for little ones! Bring your kids to an educational world of fun, where they will learn through adventure and play. The exhibits include interactive stations dedicated to different jobs, health and cooking, transportation, underwater fun and more.
Photo courtesy of Discovery Place Kids
A historic home and farm near Lake Norman. The plantation brings history to life with live actors and tours that will guide you through 19th century American life on a working farm. It also hosts many weddings and special gatherings. Our hotel is just 7 miles away, so we're a great place to stay on your way to your event.
This park in Cornelius is just 5 miles away. The landing has six boat launches, floating piers, a playground, picnic, and volleyball areas. Even if you're not in town with a boat yourself, it's a beautiful spot to watch the water and see the boats on Lake Norman!
Photo courtesy of Visit NC.