9900 Matthews Park Drive
Matthews, NC 28105
Phone: (704) 841-1660
Fax: (704) 845-8004
9900 Matthews Park Drive, Matthews, NC, US, 28105
- Phone: (704) 841-1660
- Fax: (704) 845-8004
Stumpton Park is situated in the pretty suburb of Mathews in Charlotte. Truly a green lung of sorts, this park doubles up as an entertainment venue whenever the need arises, which is quite often. Movies screened here as well as concerts are well attended by locals and visitors. Schools in the neighborhood also often organize events here, along with corporate parties. The much awaited Matthews Alive show is held on the last weekend of August each year at Stumpton Park.
Founded in 1930, the Garr Memorial Church is a Pentecostal non-denominational church serving the faithful community in Charlotte. Several groups like a bible study group, youth group and singles group fostered by the church help maintain a vibrant atmosphere. The 23 acre campus is also rented out for sport events and is also a venue for weddings and birthday parties. However, only members of the Garr Memorial Church may rent the church premises for private use.
Come and play an exciting game of laser tag at the Laser Quest center on Independence Boulevard. This edgy version of “hide and seek” incorporates cool lasers, thumping music, fog and high tech lighting guaranteeing a racy adrenalin rush. Gather your friends or colleagues for some team bonding and head down to this entertainment hub. Learn more about teamwork in an awesome, fun way! You can organize private parties, school trips, corporate events and more here. Laser Quest is enjoyable for all ages and has 140 centers all over the globe. Check the website for further details.
The preserve is a 77-acre habitat offering a great spot for bird watching, hiking, and picnics. The hardwood forest that makes up most of the preserve is home to different species of wildlife. Mecklenburg Audubon Society, which has adopted the preserve holds regular bird-watching trips and volunteer with the upkeep. Evergreen Preserve is popular with nature-lovers as compared to the adjoining Sheffield Park, which is inclined to attract picnickers. Open daily from 7am.
Gratson SkatePark is a 13,000 square-foot facility visited mainly by spirited skaters and the ilk. The course is designed for both amateurs and professionals and features banks, trails, transitions and a range of bowls. The skate park observes a safety policy and must be complied with upon admission. Skate lessons are also offered on Saturdays. The facility is part of Naomi Drenan Recreation Center and patrons require membership.
Housing the Hezekiah Alexander Homesite, the Charlotte Museum of History plays a pivotal role in showcasing the region's history. Come and learn more about the area's fascinating past with exhibits like "Stitched from the Soul," "Community of Faiths," "Watch Charlotte Grow" and many, many more. Also open to the public is the 18th-century restored house of the revolutionary Hezekiah Alexander, a perfect example of living conditions during that era. Go back in time and discover all the past has to offer; check the website for the latest exhibits.
Formerly known as the Mecklenburg Country Club, the Charlotte Country Club is a known name among the elite of Charlotte. A prestigious institution since 1910, this club is a haven for those seeking some rest and relaxation, or an invigorating game of golf or a swim. Check the website for club details and membership information.
This museum is tailor made to teach kids about the natural world. They'll see live animals, such as baby chicks, owls, and snakes. Take a stroll through the Butterfly Pavilion or the Paw Paw Nature Trail to learn more about local wildlife. Kids can run and play at Fort Wild or Our Big Backyard, or listen and learn during one of several workshops and events organized here.
The Club at Longview is a luxurious retreat for those who can afford it. Located South of Charlotte in the small town of Weddington, it is a haven for pleasure-seekers. The Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course, the manor-style Clubhouse, the Activity Center, the tennis courts, the swimming pools and the pristine surroundings are its main trump cards. The Club is also currently offering plans for 320 luxury homes on-site—so you never have to leave! Call +1 877 443 6626 (Toll Free).
Charlotte Memorial Stadium is a mammoth sports venue with a seating capacity of 24,000 spectators inside it. It indeed is a good choice to spend a sunny holiday watching soccer teams in action, sitting there in the open-air with your friends. And its not just sports alone that make this venue a real hit in the city—concerts and other shows also make Charlotte Memorial Stadium come alive every year on the Independence Day.
Located on the AME Zion Church premises is The Harvey B. Gantt Center for African American Arts and Culture, founded to promote and preserve black culture, history and art. This landmark consists of an outdoor amphitheater, an indoor theater and two galleries (Montgomery and Stained Glass). Events such as the Teen Drama Camp and Jazz Evenings are held here regularly, as are weddings, private gatherings and business meetings. Also check out the interactive programs for children.
Affiliated with some of the top organizations in the country, this garden offers educational and vocational programs to the neighborhood residents. With this, it aims at educating the people of all age groups about the importance of greenery in our surroundings. Several schools send their students to participate in these workshops. For those who have a keen interest in this field, there are internship programs offered in collaboration with the Central Piedmont Community College. And for those who are looking for a hands-on lesson on roses, enroll for the course that takes place each February. For membership and further information, check the website.