Huntersville, the first Lake Norman town north of Charlotte, is home to approximately 40,000 residents and is currently the 46th fastest growing suburb in the United States for good reason! With countless amenities, a variety of neighborhood communities and yet a friendly small town atmosphere - this is an extraordinary place to live! Amenities for Everyone!e Town of Huntersville is only ten miles from Charloe, a short drive to the Speedway and a few short hours from either the mountains or the beaches. e town also features worldclass retail shopping and dining, recreation facilities for all ages and remarkable historical sites for exploration. Best of all, Huntersville provides access to the incredible Lake Norman. is breathtaking 32,500-acre man-made lake with 520 miles of shoreline provides scenic vistas, recreation and wildlife for all to enjoy!
Amenities for Everyone!
The Town of Huntersville is only ten miles from Charlotte, a short drive to the Speedway and a few short hours from either the mountains or the beaches. The town also features worldclass retail shopping and dining, recreation facilities for all ages and remarkable historical sites for exploration. Best of all, Huntersville provides access to the incredible Lake Norman. is breathtaking 32,500-acre man-made lake with 520 miles of shoreline provides scenic vistas, recreation and wildlife for all to enjoy!
Birkdale Village on Sam Furr Road includes apartments and oces above boutiques, restaurants and national retailer shops. Live bands play on warm-weather evenings and children splash and play in the village square fountain. You can also enjoy a round at Birkdale’s own 18-hole Arnold Palmer designed golf course!
The Huntersville Parks and Recreation department organizes classes, special events and athletics for all ages. There is also a family fitness center and outdoor fun park where kids can slide through tubes, spray water cannons and climb sprinkler-lled jungle gyms inside a pool.
Historic Latta Plantation is a circa 1800 cotton plantation and living history farm. Visitors can tour the original plantation house, grounds, and outbuildings, see rare breeds of historic livestock, rotating exhibits in the Education Hall, and more! Latta provides educational eld trips for over 12,000 students, summer day camps for 400 children and many special events each year. Historic Laa Plantation is located in the 1,340 acre Latta Plantation Nature Preserve - the county's largest green space with hiking trails, a nature center, an equestrian center, boating and fishing and its own unique raptor center.
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