Travel & Outdoors
Charlotte makes a wonderful holiday destination with lots of special events and holiday cheer planned for the weeks between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day.
Charlotte’s northernmost neighborhood is NoDa. Take a walk through one-of-a-kind shops and delicious restaurants. There are even gallery crawls twice a month where you can enjoy some great artwork.
Weekends are a great time to spend with your children exploring Charlotte. Whatever you enjoy, Charlotte has something for you to experience as a family.
A getaway is fine any time of year, but the fall season has special attractions all its own. Nature is ablaze with colors to make even the drive to these five getaway locations an experience in itself.
Parents can relax and recharge their relationships at these nearby getaways.
The Charlotte region offers a plethora of fine camping sites for those who prefer sleeping closer to nature. From spots over by the NASCAR track, to camping on a mountainside, Charlotte has something that will suit everyone’s taste.
Charlotte’s current hot spot is the historic South End. Located just outside the Uptown area, South End has some of the best spots in town for dining, shopping and adventuring. It’s well worth taking a ride to check out the unique sights South End has to offer.
Polish your basketball skills on these outdoor courts located throughout the county.
Charlotte has a number of indoor playgrounds where your children can run and play. From inside a shopping mall to indoor water parks, there are plenty of options.
Charlotte is a vast metropolis, but luckily for residents and visitors, it’s defined by neighborhoods. Just a few blocks in any direction can put you into a totally different environment.