COVID-19 Updates

Effective as of March 30, 2020 at 5pm, Governor Roy Cooper issued a Stay at Home Order that will stay in place for 30 days. Also all bars and restaurants dining rooms are closed. Restaurants are allowed to serve take-out and delivery to customers. Visit Lake Norman has been working diligently to create an updated attractions, events, and restaurants lists. More Resources

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Summertime Favorites

Take a trip to Lake Norman to experience the iconic summers and a dip in the lake to cool down. The whole family can enjoy a number of popular events in Cornelius, Davidson and Huntersville. The exciting and wide variety of events will keep the calendars full all season. 

Summer warms up in the month of April with events like the Scottish Festival & Loch Norman Highland Games, an event that could spark an interest in your own heritage, all while having a Scotch egg and watching the athletic games at Historic Rural Hill

With warmer temperatures rising, May is a great time to plan for the Asian Festival and Dragon Boat Race. Asian cultures are celebrated with food, music, dancing and the popular spectator sport of dragon boat racing! Another water sport to keep an eye on is paddle boarding at the Stand Up for Autism WPA Paddleboard Race, an event benefiting the local charity IGNITE, as well as the Autism Society of North Carolina.

Go back in time with the living history events at Historic Latta Plantation. Reenactments from a number of battle’s and wars are displayed on the historic grounds and plenty of action! Other types of performances include events by the Charlotte Symphony Orchestra at the Duke Energy Explorium. Grab friends and family to hear the sounds of the orchestra on site or by boat.

Other seasonal events that heat up every summer are Concerts on the Green, Outdoor Cinema Series in the park, along with numerous beer and art festivals. Nothing says ‘summer’ than time spent enjoying events lakeside.

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