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Rent a Bus Charter in Huntersville, North Carolina and See the Town in Comfort and Style

Huntersville, North Carolina

Home to around 47,000 people, Huntersville is located in Mecklenburg County and was named after Rev. Humphrey Hunter, who was a Revolutionary War hero and Presbyterian minister. See the different attractions in town with a bus charter in Huntersville, North Carolina.

A bus charter in Huntersville, North Carolina can help you transport a group of up to 60 people to the following sights:

Arts & Culture

Go to Discovery Place Kids, where the young ones can find exhibits that they can play with and learn from.

Restaurants & Shopping

Shop at the Birkdale Village, which has several shops, restaurants, cafes, and homes. You can also eat at the best restaurants in Huntersville, including Killingtons Restaurant & Pub, Duckworth's Grill & Taphouse, Verde Mexican and Nuevo Latin Fusion, Noodletasia, Pinky's Westside Grill, Cafe 100, Rocky's Pizza, Smoke Modern Barbeque, Jin Jin, and Groucho's Deli.

Golf Courses & Sports Venues

There are three golf courses in the city that you can play in: Birkdale Golf Club, Northstone Country Club, and the Skybrook Golf Club. You can also visit Joe Gibbs Racing, a NASCAR garage that also has a store where you can buy racing memorabilia and other related items.

Historical Sites & Landmarks

Check out the Samuel J. McElroy House, which was built in the 1880s and has a vernacular Victorian architecture. The house is listed on the National Register of Historic Places along with other houses such as the Latta House, Thomas and Letitia Gluyas House, and the Benjamin W. Davidson House.

There are also churches on the register such as the Ramah Presbyterian Church and Cemetery, the Hopewell Presbyterian Church and Cemetery, and St. Mark's Episcopal Church, as well as two farms: the John F. Ewart Farm and the Albert McCoy Farm. Other sites on the register are Cedar Grove, Holly Bend, and Huntersville Colored High School.

Parks & Outdoor Activities

There are 10 parks in the city that give you the best opportunities for outdoor recreation. These include Abernathy Park, which has 2 acres of space that features a full basketball court and playground. You can also go to the 213-acre Bradford Park, which features facilities for large community and sporting events.

Huntersville Athletic Park gives you the chance to play different sports, or just enjoy the outdoors with your dog or have a picnic. Meanwhile, North Mecklenburg Park has 100 acres of space and has won the National Softball Association's Outstanding Park Award. You can also visit Greenway Park, Hambright Soccer Fields, Richard Barry Memorial Park, Holbrook Park, Maxwell Park Waymer Park, and Veterans Park. Then you can swim at the Huntersville Family Fitness & Aquatics.

Further, visit Lake Norman, the largest man-made lake in the state. It has more than 500 miles of shoreline to enjoy and has several yearly events, arts-related attractions, galleries, performing arts, shopping, and outdoor adventure opportunities.

Zoos & Aquariums

Visit the Carolina Raptor Center and see birds of prey on a 3/4-mile tour. You can observe the birds or learn more about them and how to keep them safe.

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