Have you been thinking about moving to Lake Norman? Are you still on the fence? There are lots of AMAZING cities in North Carolina that you could choose from, each with its own fantastic perks, but there’s something really special about Lake Norman. Here’s why you should come be our neighbor!
- The great outdoors – Whether you love camping, golfing, or water sports, Lake Norman has something for everyone! The hiking trails around the lake are just stunning. You can ride your mountain bike and get views of beautiful wooded areas and scenic lakeside sights. For the hunter and fisherman, you have wildlife galore around here! Golfing is second to none! Whether you sign up for tee time at a public 18 hole course or you’re a member of a private club, you’ll have so much fun enjoying time on the green. Then, of course, there’s lake living! Known as the Inland Sea, Lake Norman is huge. If you love sailing, water skiing, wakeboarding, or any other adventurous sport, you can do it here!
- Dining and festivals and entertainment, oh my! – Lake Norman has some wonderful dining options for any mood you may be in. From concepts like farm-to-table to family friendly and even pet friendly, you can travel the globe through cuisine options! Every weekend, you can find a festival or event to attend with your family. Thanks to VisitLakeNorman.org, you can stay up to date on all the happenings in the community. The annual Renaissance Festival is one you can’t miss. Being known for having a booming craft brewing scene, Lake Norman has several local breweries and wineries for you to visit with friends. There is never a dull moment in Lake Norman.
- Location, location, location – If you want to explore more than what Lake Norman has to offer, you’re just a hop, skip, and jump away from some of North Carolina’s greatest sights. Drive out for about an hour and a half and you’ll be in the beautiful mountains. A three hour drive will get you the gorgeous Atlantic coast for all the delicious seafood you can eat! Want to explore a more urban setting that still has country charm? Drive 30 to 45 minutes and you’ll be in Charlotte!
Keeping it Real,