Charlotte Relocation Guide

VOL2 ISS1 2018

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LAKE NORMAN VOLUME 10—ISSUE 1 39 THE ORIGINAL RELOCATION GUIDE — CHARLOTTE | VOLUME 2 — ISSUE 1 HUNTERSVILLE Huntersville 704.947.5510 10305 Wilmington St, Huntersville, NC 28078 Hampton Lighthouse Award Winner 2012-2017 #1 Ranked Hotel in Huntersville Free Hot Breakfast & WiFi Outdoor Pool & Fitness Center Business Center & Meeting Space Moving is stressful. Your hotel stay shouldn't be. Get on a trail of a different kind and spend a day on the Lake Norman Beer Wine Trail where you can sip on local brews. At Primal Brewery you can have it your way with a full menu of crafty year round brews with names Lemon Haze Pale Ale and Not So Hairy Porter. Summer FUN on Land and Water: Summer is peak fun time in Huntersville. Sit outside and listen to live music at the LaLaCaboosa Downtown Music Series. Bands start up at 6:30 and play till 9 pm. Thursday, June 14: The Catalinas (beach band) Thursday, June 28: Pursey Kerns (rock) Thursday, July 12: Summerdaze (variety dance band) Thursday, July 26: Revelwood Mission (rock) Thursday, August 9: Kids in America (80's Tribute Band) Get on the water. There's nothing better than a lake adventure on the largest outdoor playground in the Carolinas. Bring your own boat, canoe, kayak or rent a pontoon for a day of fun on the lake. Put in at the Blythe Landing access point with its six boat launch sites. The 26-acre park features floating piers and boat launches so you are only minutes away from sailing on the water. Grab a snack at the Dockside Café. Other amenities include a playground, picnic areas, and sand volleyball courts. Or learn to sail at Lake Norman Community Sailing. All ages can learn to sail, paddle board, kayak, and row. Youth and adult programs teach new sailors as well as seasoned veterans.[]

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