125 Turnersburg Hwy.
Statesville, NC 28677
Phone: (704) 878-2400
Fax: (704) 878-9838
The Fort Dobbs State Historic Site gives an insight into the French and Indian war that was fought between 1754 to 1763, and is also referred to as Seven Years War. During this period, a need for a fort was felt owing to the raids by tribes like Catawba, Shawnee and Cherokee, hence Fort Dobbs was built. It is named in the honor of Arthur Dobbs, Governor of North Carolina, who commissioned as well as designed the construction of the fort. Currently, this historic site is open to visitors and is equipped with facilities like visitor center, gift shop and picnic shelters. Throughout the year, it also hosts events pertaining to history, warfare and related topics.
Public library serving the Statesville area.
This 31,000 square foot facility offers Lazar Tag, indoor rides, interactive games, redemption games, pinball, video games, an indoor play maze and a full service restaurant serving pizza, wings, hot dogs, subs, french-fries, nachos, etc. Call or stop by to make reservations for your group or birthday party. A safe, fun, and entertaining place for youth.
"Adorning a specially created wall in the Statesville Civic Center, the 21 feet tall, 19 feet wide fresco was crafted by world renowned artist Ben Long, a native of Statesville."
The Hiddenite Center is a folklife, cultural arts, education, and exhibition center housed in a three-story Victorian house in Hiddenite, N.C. The historic house was equipped with all the modern conveniences of the day - many were ahead of their day.
Located in the Central Piedmont of North Carolina, Allison Woods is an extensive hardwood forest covering over a thousand acres. Allison Woods is open by appointment any time of the year, and weekend public programs are held for families and adults. In summer, a series of children's day camps serves the general public
Enjoy boating, camping, fishing, kiking, picnicking, swimming and biking at Lake Norman State Park. A community building is located near the camping area and is available for rent for special events.
Michel Ney was a soldier of French origin during the time of Emperor Napoleon I. After his alleged death sentencing in 1815, a man name Peter Ney was known to have stark similarities to the late Marshal. It was only on his deathbed that he admitted that he indeed was Michel Ney. He died in 1846 and his grave is a landmark in the Third Creek Presbyterian Church Cemetery.
The Third Creek Presbyterian Church and Cemetery is located at Cleveland, North Carolina. This historic Presbyterian church dates back to 1751 and the current structure was constructed in 1835.
Mooresville Mill Village Historic District was a village built by the Moorseville Cotton Mills to house its workers and their families. Simple in appearance, it provided its residents with shelter and services. This historic district now features on the National Register of Historic Places.
The Thyatira Presbyterian Church, Cemetery, and Manse is located at Mill Bridge, North Carolina. This historic church was incorporated in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 1984.
The Dale Earnhardt Inc. is more of a legacy than a company. Based on a 14 acres plot with 24,000 square feet of space, it is one of the premier racing teams in the NASCAR (National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing). And apart from its racing ventures, it also has its own showroom and retail store, which caters to the needs of professional racers as well as the race loving public. You can also shop online for their merchandise. The showroom displays a fabulous collection of all the trophies, which Dale had won in his illustrious career. Call +1 877 334 3253 (Toll Free).