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1216 Berry Hill Drive
Norwood, North Carolina 28128 

Phone: 704-474-3800
After Hours Emergency: 704-474-3005 
norwoodcamping@windstream.net

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© 2017-2019 Norwood Campground

LOCAL ATTRACTIONS

Norwood, NC

LAKE TILLERY

The beautiful Lake Tillery reservoir is fed by the PeeDee and Uwharrie Rivers and boasts nearly 118 miles of shoreline. Filled with bluegill, channel catfish, flathead catfish, white bass, striped bass, largemouth bass, crappie, and yellow perch, campers can enjoy fishing in the lake from our private fishing pier all year round with an NC fishing lisence. Bring your boat or get a rental from Lilly's Bridge Marina and make use of one of our private boat slips during your visit. The public boat landing is just a mile away with ample free parking. There are 3 marinas on the lake: Lilly's Bridge, Cooks Marina, and opening in April 2018 The Boat House Marina.

http://www.lillysbridgemarina.com/

The golf course is open to the public (public play) year round (closed Thanksgiving and Christmas Days). There is also a diving range, snack bar (The Grill) open for for breakfast and lunch, and a lounge all open to the public.

Call 704-474-3985 for rates.

http://pineypointgolfclub.com/

With hundreds of acres of land, The Fork offers a wide variety of hunting, sporting clays (rental guns available), and beautiful hiking and biking trails. The Equestrian center at The Fork offers stables for horses as well as horse trails to ride. Please call ahead for reservations for any shooting sports or for questions at 704-474-4052.

http://www.forkstables.com/

The park has a one-half mile paved track, horseshoe pits, shuffleboard, gazebo, disc golf, playground, and a pond with turtles, fish and ducks. Please call (704) 474-3416 if you are interested in reserving one of the three picnic shelters that are available for rent.

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BILLY GRAHAM LIBRARY

There is much to explore at the Library centered around the life and over 55 year ministry of Dr. Billy Graham! Enjoy a self-guided tour through the library, a peaceful walk through the memorial prayer garden and a tour of Billy Graham's homeplace which was moved to its current location at the Library in 2006 when it was restored with 80% of the original materials. There is also a Dairy Bar and Bookstore. Admission to and parking at the Library and its facilities are free and pets are allowed in the outside pet area. While there are events throughout the year at the Library, Christmas at the Library is a special event yearly with lots of family-friendly entertainment and activities including a live nativity.

Open Monday through Saturday, 9:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Closed Sundays

https://billygrahamlibrary.org/

NASCAR HALL OF FAME

More information to come!

http://www.nascarhall.com/

CHARLOTTE MOTOR SPEEDWAY

More information to come!

http://www.charlottemotorspeedway.com/

Lots to do with something for the whole family! Carowinds is not just an amusement park with rides, but they also have shows, drinks and dining, and a huge waterpark. Don't miss out on their special events like SCarowinds, The Great Pumpkin Fest and Winter Fest which give a new and fun spin on a family favorite amusement day!

https://www.carowinds.com/

DISCOVERY PLACE

More information to come!

https://science.discoveryplace.org/

DANIEL STOWE BOTANICAL GARDEN

Located just outside the town of Belmont, Daniel Stowe offers multiple gardens and fountains, a special childrens garden, and a glass conservatory boasting beautiful orchids and tropical plants.

February 1 – October 31:  Daily 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
November 1 – January 31:  Daily 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

  • Adult:  $12.95

  • Senior 60+:  $11.95

  • Child 2-12:  $6.95

  • Child Under 2:  Free

https://www.dsbg.org/

Stanly County, NC

Located in Albemarle, just under 13 miles from the campground, you will find many things to do here. In addition to their trails with varying lengths and difficulties for all types of hikers, Morrow Mountain also offers canoe and rowboat rentals and bridle trails. Check out their website for information on events and programs during your stay at Norwood Campground.

www.ncparks.gov/morrow-mountain-state-park/

MORROW MOUNTAIN STATE PARK

At nearly 51,000 acres, the Uwharrie National Forest is home to diverse vegetation, wildlife and scenery. There are a wide variety of recreational activities peppered along the Uwharrie including bicycling, OHV trails (with a pass), swimming, boating, disc golf, hunting, fishing, scenic driving, wildlife observation and horse riding trails. Find the information you need below to make your camping trip memorable!

https://www.fs.usda.gov/recrea/nfsnc/recrea/?recid=48934

One of the most popular State Historic Sites in North Carolina, Town Creek is a must see on anyone's list! The archaology program has provided much information about and increased our understanding of Town Creek and Indian Culture - the original inhabitats to our continent. Be sure to follow the link to the website to find out what events they have going on during your stay!

Tuesday-Saturday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Sunday, 1 - 5 p.m.
Closed Mondays and major holidays

http://www.nchistoricsites.org/town/town.htm

BADIN DRIVE-IN MOVIE THEATRE

At just 20 minutes away, the drive-in theatre makes for a great evening activity! They are open Friday and Saturday nights; please call or check the website for showing information. Have cash on hand as they are cash only; concessions for sale. (704) 983-2900
ADULTS:  $7.00
CHILDREN 6-11:  $5.00

CHILDREN 5 and UNDER:  FREE

http://www.badinroaddrivein.com/

GET LOST CORN MAZE

Open in the fall (Sept. 9-November 12, 2017) each year, the "Get Lost" corn maze is family-friendly fun! In addition to the corn maze, they also offer a Look-Out Tower (to view the field), picnic pavilions, Pick-Ur-Own pumpkin patch, games, corn boxes, giant jumpy pillow, Zorb balls, farm stable, tricycle track, playground, cornhole, and concessions. Check the website for hours and pricing, all major credit cards accepted.

http://www.getlostcornmaze.com/

VINEYARDS

There are 3 vineyards in Stanly County: Stony Mountain Vineyards, Dennis Vineyards Winery, and Uwharrie Vineyards and Winery. Ask about a winery tour when booking for your next stay!

http://stonymountainvineyards.com/

http://www.dennisvineyards.com/

http://uwharrievineyards.com/

THE ALBEMARLE MARKETPLACE

With over 150 vendors, The Marketplace, located in Albemarle, offers antiques, collectables and home accents. Check out their website to find craft and DIY workshops held in their classroom at The Marketplace.

http://www.thealbemarlemarketplace.com/default.html

Other Area Attractions

ASHEVILLE, NC

Known for a vibrant arts scene and historical architecture Asheville has a lot to offer. From street performers, rooftop hangouts, haunted tours, waterfall hunting and shopping to the Biltmore Estate, craft breweries, treetop canopy adventures and museums, there's definitely something for every personality in this unique and eclectic town. At just 3 hours from the campground, Asheville makes for a great day trip for folks visiting the area!

https://www.exploreasheville.com/stories/post/50-things-to-do-in-asheville/

https://www.exploreasheville.com/things-to-do/

NORTH CAROLINA ZOO - ASHEBORO

More information to come!

http://www.nczoo.org/

BLUE RIDGE PARKWAY

More information to come!

http://www.blueridgeparkway.org/

BEACH

More information to come!

REED GOLD MINE

More information to come!

NC State Historic Site Midland

http://www.nchistoricsites.org/reed/