Lake Norman, NC: Click to view beautiful Lake Norman, NC 

Cornelius, NC:
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Cornelius is a lakeside town located along Lake Norman in northern Mecklenburg County, North Carolina. Cornelius is one of three towns in Mecklenburg County north of Charlotte. Along with its sister towns - Davidson and Huntersville - Cornelius serves as a suburb to Charlotte, NC.Cornelius was established in 1905 and originated as a mill and farm community. Originally incorporated as ‘Liverpool', the town's name was changed to Cornelius to honor Joseph Benjamin Cornelius. When Lake Norman was formed, Cornelius added 54 miles of shoreline. Today, Cornelius is a laid-back town offering unique attractions, restaurants, lakeside parks and shopping. 

Davidson, NC:
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Davidson is located 20 miles north of Charlotte, North Carolina. The town is centered on the college from which it takes its name. Davidson’s main street has shops, wide sidewalks, a community library and flowers everywhere. The town green is used for football games, play dates, festivals and outdoor concerts. The town of Davidson is a pedestrian and bicycle friendly community with many historic homes. Believers in connectivity, walkable streets and open space, Davidson has almost 500 acres of open space, boosts 12 miles of greenways and walking trails that connect neighborhoods and provide citizens with alternate ways to get around town and access nature up close for a healthy vibrant way of living. 

Huntersville, NC: Click to view beautiful Huntersville, NC 

Huntersville is a large town in Mecklenburg County, North Carolina and is located about 12 miles north of downtown Charlotte. Incorporated in 1873, Huntersville has grown from a small, mill town, to a new, dynamic area combining retail and residential areas with historic cultural attractions. The town's historic sites include the historic homesteads Rural Hill and Latta Plantation. Visitors can tour the sites and explore the beautiful grounds and nature preserves. Huntersville is home to Birkdale Villiage, which offers shopping, dining and entertainment, the Discovery Place Kids Museum and Huntersville Family Fitness & Aquatics, this state-of-the-art diving and aquatic facility is all about family, fitness and fun. Home to diverseattractions and entertainment, shopping, NASCAR and natural parks, Huntersville has something for everyone! 

Mooresville, NC: Click to view beautiful Mooresville, NC

Mooresville is a town in southern Iredell County, North Carolina. It is located on Lake Norman and approximately 20 miles north of Charlotte.Mooresville is best known as the home of more than 60 NASCAR racing teams and racing related businesses, along with an IndyCar team and its drivers, which has earned the city the nickname "Race City USA." Mooresville features two automotive museums: The Memory Lane Motorsports and Historical Automotive Museum and the North Carolina Auto Racing Hall of Fame. Mooresville’s historic downtown offers unique shops, art galleries, restaurants, antiques and more and it’s central Lake Norman make it the hottest spot for North Carolina fun in the sun. Enjoy lake cruises, go-kart racing, engaging animal encounters, NASCAR, culinary delights, excellent hotels and an abundance of entertainment for all ages. 

Concord, NC:
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Concord is located in the rapidly growing northeast quadrant of the Charlotte metropolitan area. It is the county seat and largest city in Cabarrus County. The city of Concord is the second largest city in the Charlotte Metropolitan Area and is twenty miles northeast of uptown Charlotte. Concord boasts a comprehensive collection of late 19th and early 20th century historic homes along the streets of North and South Union Street and Edgewood Ave. Residents of the Historic Districts take great pride in maintaining the historical and architectural greatness of their homes. Located within the historic district is the 3 acre, Memorial Garden, which is a horticultural jewel and a tourist attraction in itself and both are within easy walking distance of vibrant downtown Concord. Shopping and fine restaurants are ample in the charming downtown, with merchants offering antiques, fine collectibles, and arts and crafts. Concord is also home to the large retail venues of Carolina Mall andConcord Mills and is just minutes away from the Charlotte Motor Speedway. Concord provides its neighborhoods with three recreational centers, eight parks, four sport complexes, an aquatics center, beautiful Lake Fisher and the championship 18-hole Rocky River Golf Club.

Charlotte, NC: Click to view beautiful Charlotte, NC

Charlotte is the largest city in North Carolina and the seat of Mecklenburg County. Charlotte is located several miles east of the Catawba River and southeast of Lake Norman, the largest man-made lake in North Carolina. Charlotte is the largest and most accessible city between Washington, D.C., and Dallas, Texas. Nicknamed the Queen City, Charlotte and its resident county are named in honor of Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz, who had become queen consort of Great Britain the year before the city's founding. Due to its mid-Atlantic location, getting to Charlotte is easy from anywhere in the country or the world, hence its nickname "the International Gateway to the South." The city is a major U.S. financial center, the second largest financial center by assets following New York City. Charlotte is also home of the Carolina Panthers football team, the Charlotte Bobcatsprofessional basketball team, the NASCAR Hall of Fame, Carowinds amusement park and the U.S. National Whitewater Center. Whether you’re looking for art, music, world-class museums, dining, shopping, sports, nature or family fun, Charlotte’s got it going on! 

Matthews, NC:
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Matthews is a large suburban town, nestled between Charlotte and Monroe in southeastern Mecklenburg County, North Carolina. The town of Matthews offers hotels, restaurants, shopping centers, recreational facilities, a library and a hospital. Matthews is one of the state's most affluent and desirable communities. It has been ranked in the top 20 according to Business North Carolina in the listing of the Best Cities for Business and in the top 10 for having the Best Work Force. Filled with a mixture of the new and the historic, Matthews is a quaint town where people of all ages enjoy a lifestyle of leisure and a coveted quality of life. Matthews is known for its extensive park, recreation and cultural experiences. From plays to theater, to art, to events and festivals, there is something always happening in Matthews. Matthews is a special place to live, work and raise a family.

Pineville, NC:
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Pineville is a suburban town, situated in the Waxhaws district between Charlotte, NC and Rock Hill, SC. The biggest “small” town around, in Pineville, you’ll find small town charm, complimented by all the amenities that a larger city has to offer. Quaint neighborhoods are just minutes from some of the best medical facilities in the Southeast and within walking distance to Jack Hughes Park with its state-of-the-art ball field facilities, walking trails, shelters and playground equipment. Whether you’re strolling through the historic downtown area or taking a trip to the Carolina Place Mall, Pineville offers the best of both worlds. With 7,500 residents, Pineville is a full service community meeting the needs of its citizens by providing the best services and offering recreational programs and facilities that rival none. Whether spending time at the Lake Park during one of our Fridaynight movies or live concerts, shopping until you drop or finding a place to call home, in Pineville, you’re always welcome.

Waxhaw, NC:
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Waxhaw is a located in Union County, North Carolina. North of Lancaster, SC, Waxhaw lies about twelve miles south of the Charlotte city limit.Steeped in history, Waxhaw derives its name from the Waxhaw Indians; a tribe that once settled there and is also known as the birthplace of Andrew Jackson, the seventh president of the United States. The Waxhaw Historic District is on the National Register of Historic Places and includes retail businesses, as well as, architecturally significant houses near the center of town. Waxhaw strives to maintain small town charm, while offering the advantages of a prosperous urban area, with a pedestrian-friendly downtown that includes restaurants, retailers, antique shops and a park.Waxhaw has evolved as an antique and fine dining center with a variety of restaurants located in town that range from mom & pop restaurants to fine dining bistros. Waxhaw’s town park provides a place to offer annual events like, Jammin' by the Tracks Friday Night Concerts. The town also hosts annual parades, has its own museum and a skate park for youths. Waxhaw -Proud of our past…passionate about our future.

Indian Trail, NC:
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Indian Trail is a suburban town located in Union County, North Carolina. It is situated astride US 74 and about 15 miles southeast of Charlotte. The town derived its name from the Native American path that wound through the area, hence the name “Indian Trail”. Children attend the Union County Schools that are currently ranked number one among the eight largest school systems in the state, and almost one third of the schools are designated as Honor Schools of Excellence, which is the highest rating possible. Indian Trail was named one of the top ten best places in America to raise a family by Family Circle Magazine and ranked second in NerdWallet’s 20 best places for homeownership across North Carolina. Indian Trail continues to grow while at the same time preserving a family friendly atmosphere and offers some of the best values for potential home ownership. Every Fourth of July the town holds an annual parade which is one of the biggest parades in the Charlotte metropolitan area. Its proximity to Charlotte and the regional transportation network it enjoys continues to generate growth and development making Indian Trail a great place to live.

Weddington, NC:
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Weddington is a town in northwestern Union County, North Carolina. It isapproximately 15 miles southeast of Charlotte and 14 miles northwest of downtown Monroe. The town consists almost entirely of single-family homes on lots of one acre or more. Weddington’s town center is the Weddington Corners Shopping Center. The shopping center has a diverse selection of businesses, retailers, professionals and service providers. Weddington is a great place to raise a family. The Union County Public School System provides high quality schools for Weddington families. There are plenty of family related activities in Weddington. Visit Hunter Farm for a hayride or to pick strawberries or participate in sports and recreation at the Weddington Activity Center, the Wedding Swim and Racket Club or the Wesley Chapel Weddington Athletic Association.

Lake Wylie, SC: Click to view beautiful Lake Wylie, SC

Lake Wylie is located York County, South Carolina. Lake Wylie is located on a peninsula along the shore of Lake Wylie in the Piedmont of both Northand South Carolina. It is 17 miles from Charlotte and 15 miles from Rock Hill, SC. Lake Wylie is a vibrant and thriving community where geography, people and economic vitality have fashioned a distinctive Southern lifestyle. Recreation is an integral part of the Lake Wylie lifestyle. With 325 miles of shoreline, the Lake is ideal for boating, fishing, water skiing and sailing. The temperate, yet wonderfully distinct, seasonal changes not only enhance the area's beauty, but also afford year-round enjoyment of such outdoor pastimes as golf, tennis and bicycling. The leisure and excitement of lakeside living, our comfortable, small town atmosphere and convenient proximity to regional commercial and cultural centers make Lake Wylie the perfect setting to live and do business for enterprising individuals, growing families and active retirees.

Fort Mill, SC: Click to view beautiful Fort Mill, SC

Fort Mill is a suburban town in both York County, SC and a suburb of Charlotte, NC and Rock Hill, SC.Fort Mill takes its name from a colonial-era fort built by the British and a grist mill on nearby Steele Creek. The area has a rich history and the Fort Mill school district is considered one of the best school districts in the state of South Carolina. Fort Mill has three golf courses and three city parks; Harris Street Park, Steele Street Park, and Doby Bridge Park. Fort Mill is also known for its peach orchards and the Anne Springs Close Greenway. The Greenway is an extensive protected natural area consisting of approximately 2,300 acres of lakes, forests, and pastures that provide trails for hiking, biking, and horseback riding. Down town Fort Mill offers retail shopping, fine eateries and is home to the Fort Mill Times newspaper and Fort Mill Magazine . Fort Mill is home to the Charlotte KnightsAAA Chicago White Sox minor league baseball team. While a small town, Fort Mill has much to offer, as well as access to the many amenities outside the town in nearby Charlotte, North Carolina and Rock Hill, South Carolina.