7 FREE Things To Do Around Charlotte At Summers End
As a member of the Charlotte and surrounding areas community, we know how important it is to support our small businesses, local events and charities.
In this month's blog, we want to share 7 FREE (things to do) in the Charlotte area as we end out the Summer. Hope you like it!
1. Frisbee Golf at Crooked Creek Park
Crooked Creek Park: 5900 Oakwood Ln, Indian Trail, NC 28079
Enjoy nature, fresh air, and beautiful landscapes while engaging in physical activity. Free to play all you need is a set of frisbees, and you're ready!
2. Sip & Stretch Sundays
Camp North End: 1824 Statesville Avenue Charlotte, NC 28206
Camp North End's Boileryard at 10 a.m. on the last Sunday of every month through October 2023 for “Sip & Stretch Sundays”. Free outdoor yoga followed by complimentary nonalcoholic drinks.
3. Matthews Alive Labor Day Festival (Sept 1st-4th)
Matthews Alive Festival: 120 S Trade St, Matthews, NC 28105
The Matthews Alive Festival is a Labor Day weekend celebration dedicated to the support of local non-profit organizations. This festival is packed with family activities, great food, arts, and fantastic entertainment!
For more info click here!
PS. Entry is free while ride tickets can be purchased at ticket booths.
4. Matthews North End Cruise- In
Where: 930 Park Center Drive, Matthews, NC 28105
When: Last Sunday of every month 1:00pm - 4:30pm
Classics... Antiques... Late Model... Trucks... Motorcycles & More. Bring a chair – bring the family! Prize drawings and more!
5. Mint Hill Farmer's Market
Where: 7601 Matthews Mint Hill, NC 28227
When: Every Saturday 9am-1pm
You'll find freshly harvested produce, naturally raised meats, local honey, plants, artisan foods and hand-crafted items.
6. Charlotte Symphony Orchestra @ Camp North End
Where: Camp North End 300 Camp Road Charlotte, NC 28206
When: September 29th at 6:00pm
One of the premier music organizations in the Southeastern United States and the oldest operating symphony orchestra in the Carolinas.
7. Rob Wallace Park
Address: 12900 Bethel School Road, Midland, NC 28107
Rob Wallace Park is a 143-acre gift of its natural habitat. With a boardwalk, fishing pond, mountain and bike trails, playground and picnic areas there's something for the whole family.
For more information click here.