With an itinerary for every interest, these guides help take the guesswork out of what to do while visiting Cabarrus County.
Love shopping for antiques? Are you a motorsports fan or craft beer connoisseur? Maybe you’re looking for affordable ways for your family to explore something new? Whatever you’re interested in most, these itineraries are the perfect place to start. Take a look and start mapping out your own adventure today!
There are plenty of things to see and do during a 48-hour stay in Concord, Kannapolis, Harrisburg, Mt. Pleasant or Midland, NC. Here’s a breakdown of activities for a weekend filled with action-packed fun.
We’ve rounded up five unique things to do that won’t break the bank. These activities will entertain the family and leave room to splurge on other once-in-a-lifetime experiences found only in Cabarrus County.
Find fun things to do for the whole family! Grouped by age, these ideas include activities everyone will enjoy, from underwater adventures for little ones to racing experiences older kids are sure to love.
Some consider Cabarrus County a hidden treasure, and most don’t realize the gems waiting to be discovered on an antiquing adventure! From handmade to hand-me-down, you’ll find it here.
Cabarrus County is filled with places where harmony and horsepower collide. Hit all the high notes and learn about the connection between music and motorsports on this two-day musical adventure!
An unforgettable experience for race fans, The Dale Trail self-guided tour features locations that tell the story of Earnhardt’s life, his legendary NASCAR career and his old stomping grounds in Kannapolis, NC.
Get a behind-the-scenes look at how teams prepare for race day and pick up exclusive souvenirs. Take a tour or explore on your own using this guide to visit NASCAR Race Team Shops based right here in Cabarrus County– “Where Racing Lives!”
The area’s craft beverage scene is booming! With the free coaster set as your guide, you’re invited to sample homegrown brews, meet the locals and learn the stories behind the hops, mash and grapes.