711 S. Key Street
Pilot Mountain, NC 27041
Phone: (336) 368-2237
Fax: (336) 368-1212
Pilot Mountain, rising more than 1,400 feet above the upper Piedmont plateau, is the centerpiece of this State Park and is dedicated as a National Natural Landmark. A wide variety of recreational activities are available including camping, fishing, picnicking, rock climbing, hiking on 13 trails, horseback riding on two trails, and canoeing on the Yadkin River.
Costumed guides interpret every day life as it was during the early 20th century at this historic farm where you can try your hand at cutting grass with a scythe or learn how to make lye soap. A wide variety of educational programs are available and special events are held here throughout the year.
Visitors that come into Horne Creek learn about what it was like to live and work on a farm in the Piedmont area of North Carolina circa the early 1900s. The house on the farm itself was once the Hauser family farm. In addition to the Hauser home, a tobacco curing barn, and apple orchard is also on the farm. While on the farm, visitors can participate in old fashioned ice cream socials and an annual corn shucking frolic. There is also a nature trail, visitor's center, and picnic area. Admission is free, however donations are encouraged and appreciated.
The William Alfred Moore House stands established since its construction in 1862. It is an architecturally stellar structure and even today, it is renowned for its distinctive and superior architecture. This landmark has been included in the National Register of Historic Places, and can be toured by visitors with prior appointment.
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Part of the Old North State Winegrowers Cooperative Association, Inc., the Old North State Winery is located in Yadkin Valley. Their line of wine, 38 Vines, comes from 38 vineyards.
Built by merchant and landowner Jefferson Davis Smith, this Victorian style home is listed on the National Register of Historic Homes and contains unique period furnishings that depict the design tastes of Gertrude Smith, who attended Parson
This lovely country park, with rolling hills and wooded landscapes, features a picnic shelter that can accommodate 120 people, picnic tables with grills, a softball field, a volleyball court, horseshoe pits, a playground area, a frisbee golf course, and hiking trails.
Located northwest of Greensboro in Boonville, RagApple Lassie Vineyards grows and bottles quality wines right here in North Carolina. Owned and operated by the Hobson family, vineyard is located in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. This winery offers tours and wine tasting daily, where if you like red wines be sure to try their Cabernet Sauvignon, or if you prefer white wines try their Chardonnay. If you are hungry, their Back Door Cafe serves lunch on weekends.
A fishing lake surrounded by an asphalt walkway and benches for fishing are just some of the features of this park that also offers picnic tables with grills and a gazebo with a courtyard.
Moratock Park is a historic public park. A highlight is the iron furnace built during the Civil War that was used to prepare iron bars on the banks of the Dan River. This park consists of beautiful views of the river, a shelter to spend a day, and restrooms are available too. The river is open for sailing and rafting. In addition, this site is a perfect venue for meetings and events as well as receptions.
This winery and gallery is located in Germanton, a historic village located seven miles north of Winston-Salem that was first settled in 1790 by German immigrants. The winery offers a selection of fine, award-winning North Carolina wines made from succulent French-American hybrid grapes and the gallery offers original fine art and prints by over 80 artists from around the world.