The Jocassee Sanctuary - a tradition to look forward to every year.
Just 125 miles from Charlotte, the highest incorporated town east of the Rockies feels like another land, especially in summer
Lessons from the course that played host to the 2012 PGA Championship
An area filled with 450 years of history, Spanish-colonial architecture and 42 miles of wide sandy beaches provides a unique alternative to the summer vacation routine.
A mill town saved by music, art, farm-fresh food, and beer
Lions and giraffes, farming and textiles, culture and cocktails, all stuffed into one welcoming community in the heart of the state
At the northern end of the Appalachian Trail, an education on determination and finishing what you started
From Peru to China, Charlotte’s eight sister cities span the globe and have helped promote economic development and diplomacy for more than 50 years. Meet your international family.
Come for the Cheerwine. Stay for the fastest internet connection in the country, a thriving arts scene, an evolving list of food and drink options, and all the other ways this sleepy little interstate city is blossoming
Build a hammock, discover history, have a drink, and relax under Spanish moss with this 10-stop trip around the “other” Carolina’s seaside towns
And pair the activity with a trip to Mount Airy
As a town lost its manufacturing jobs, a small festival gave birth to a tourism boom
A mountain town with a tune
Finding peace, quiet—and hard cider—a short drive from Charlotte
Always a small town, never small-time
Reflections of Pinehurst, and the Grace of Golf