Sleep Inn & Suites
132 Meadow Hill Ct.
Mooresville, NC 28117
Phone: (704) 799-7070
Fax: (704) 799-7658
For an entertaining session of golf, head to this semi-private golf course nestled in the Iredell County. The 18-hole course has been serving golfers since 1979. The beautifully landscaped greens are spotted with several trees and water hazards making the game more challenging. The club follows a dress code, so make sure you are appropriately dressed and are wearing the right shoes.
Located to the south of Iredell County, this golf course is one of the area's best-kept secrets. The course, although shorter than the average ones, offers a challenging game for all with its many water hazards and well-designed holes. The members of the Mooresville Women's Golf Association, which is a part of this club, play each Thursday from February till November. The course is open throughout the year; call or email to book your tee times.
Birkdale Golf Club has all the trappings of a classy golf establishment, a few miles north of Charlotte. 200 acres of lush green, designed by Arnold Palmer, await professionals and amateurs. However, tee times have to be booked 8 days in advance. Birkdale's Conference Room, Birkdale's Club Room, and Palmer Pavilion are all rentable spaces on the premises, available for business meetings, private gatherings and charity events. Arnie's Tavern, an on-site bar/restaurant caters to hungry golfers.
Fox Den Country Club offers a variety of memberships including: full golf memberships, corporate memberships and swim and tennis memberships. The championship golf course was designed by Clyde Johnson and offers multiple tees on each hole for players of every skill level.
First Flight Bicycles is a vintage bike shop located at Statesville. They sell a large variety of bikes ranging from mountain bikes, road bikes, city bikes to kids bikes and also used bikes. If you are looking for a particular type of bike, the friendly staff at First Flight Bicycles will make sure you find your match. In addition, this beautiful vintage store is filled with mountain-biking history with old biker goodies, posters and old jerseys. First Flight Bicycles also lets you rent and you can ride on the Tsuli Trails. The store also houses The Museum of Mountain Bike Art & Technology, where over 200 models of discontinued vintage bikes of eminent brands await your admiration!
The Washington Redskins coach and his team organize regular racing events since 1991 to collect money for various charities. Fans can come and watch some wild action on the course as they cheer on the very professional drivers. The posh venue also features the odd workshop that educates aspiring racers on the nitty-gritties of the sport, while guiding them toward a glamorous future in motor-racing. Those interested can also run a hand over the various models of race-cars, or even hire them for a personal show! Check the website for upcoming events and other details.
18 holes and 7,000 yards of rolling greens await you at this challenging venue, called “Charlotte's Crown Jewel." Tall trees and curving water hazards pose some of the toughest obstacles; hence the venue is a favorite with those who like to test their skills across the beautiful lake. Open to both men and women, the course has a 15,000 square foot clubhouse with separate lockers and a practice range, a putting green and a grassy driving range for amateurs. The course is open through the week, though tee slots need to be booked for a fee.
This facility aims to help protect and conserve birds of prey, and is located inside the Latta Plantation Nature Preserve, a short drive from Charlotte. It seeks to educate people about raptors, erasing misconceptions that society has towards these creatures, and tends to injured, sick and orphaned birds. Due to imprinting and contact with humans, birds at the center cannot survive in the wild. They are, therefore attached to their handlers, and pose no threat to visitors. For volunteering opportunities and other information, check the website.
Cool Springs Center offers corporate training programs to help develop and implement sustained improvement in the workplace. Corporate team builders use adventure and fun, team building and strategic power tools to reinforce and build up your team.
This country club is located around 18 miles from Concord. Practicing on its 18-hole course is a nice way to improve your golfing skills. Six hard-surface courts and four Har Tru courts provide the training grounds for a USTA team—they ought to be good enough for you too! A swimming pool with a wading area is especially nice for children. A country house with several dining options and a pleasant garden help you relax when you visit with your family. Tennis training clinics and the "Summer Swim Team Program" are an added bonus. Please check the website for additional information.
Wanna be the next Ayrton Senna or Michael Schumacher? Here's where you get a taste of the thrills behind the wheel of a snazzy race car. The school offers lessons for a fee; amateurs and pro drivers get to blaze the courses in their own styles. Friends and family get to view the action from the side-tracks, as professional instructors show you the ropes. Check the website for age, weight and height specifications, rates and class schedules. Then, slip into some casual gear, down a light meal and let the speed demon emerge! Call +1 877 453 3324 (Toll Free).
Ribbon Walk is a great place for anyone seeking quiet outdoor activities in the midst of the big city. There is plenty of room in the 140 acre park for you to enjoy picnics or hikes in the unspoiled forest. The newly-built educational center has lots of family-friendly activities to teach children about wildlife and conservation. Also, it is a short walk to the city center, so you can enjoy an evening out on the town after your excursion in the park.