Living at The Point means you enjoy the best of what the thriving Lake Norman area has to offer:
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Arts, Culture and Entertainment
Living at The Point guarantees there’s always something to do – in or around the community. If local flavor is what you seek, the historic Mooresville and Davidson areas offer charming shops and restaurants, and Davidson College’s cultural and sports activities are open to the public.
For a taste of culture, you can visit nearby Charlotte to experience its many venues:
- North Carolina Blumenthal Performing Arts Center
- McColl Center for Visual Art
- Mint Museum of Art and Mint Museum of Craft + Design
- Discovery Place Science Museum
- Afro-American Cultural Center
- Levine Museum of the New South
- Charlotte Museum of History
- Charlotte Symphony
Sports fans have plenty of opportunities to cheer:
- The NFL’s Carolina Panthers
- The NBA’s Charlotte Bobcats and WNBA's Charlotte Sting
- NASCAR action at Lowe’s Motor Speedway
- AAA Baseball’s Charlotte Knights
- East Coast Hockey League’s Charlotte Checkers
- The Wachovia Championship, an official PGA TOUR event at Quail Hollow Club
School-aged children living at The Point may attend classes at award-winning Iredell-Statesville schools, such as nationally recognized Brawley Middle School. Click here for more information on these schools.
Emergency Response and Health Care
You can enjoy peace of mind knowing a fire and rescue station and sheriff ’s office substation are located in The Point on Brawley School Road.
And, just 15 minutes away, the Lake Norman Regional Medical Center and adjoining Medical Pavilion at Lake Norman provide comprehensive health care, including:
- 24-hour Emergency Center
- The Stork’s Landing Maternity Center
- Diagnostic Imaging Department
- Lake Norman Home Health
- The Surgical Center at Lake Norman
- Lake Norman Rehabilitation Center
- Water is central to life at The Point, and there are many private and community docks for your water crafts. The eagerly anticipated Lake Club is now open, and it accepts gatherings of about 450 people.
- Whether you’re water skiing, sailing or canoeing, Lake Norman easily accommodates most water activities with a surface area of 32,510 acres.
- If you love fishing, you’ll be right at home on Lake Norman. You’ll find a variety of blue catfish, carp, largemouth bass, perch, rainbow trout, walleye and yellow bullhead.
- Plan a family trip to Lake Norman State Park, where you’ll enjoy lakeside trails, a 33-acre lake, and areas for camping, picnicking and swimming.
- You can choose from Mooresville’s 10 public parks, including Bellingham Park with 47 acres of walking and bike trails, a sand volleyball court, horseshoe pits and a playground.
- The new Lowe's YMCA offer a wide array of exercise equipment and classes, as well as children’s after-school activities and youth sports.
- The Point offers many recreation opportunities, and the Brawley Area Youth Athletic Association and Mooresville Recreation and Parks Department increases the fun with sports leagues, camps and programs for different age groups.
- The Lazy 5 Ranch offers a 3.5-mile safari through the rolling land of the Piedmont. Visitors can see more than 750 animals from six different continents.
- Queen's Landing is a few minutes from The Point on Hwy. 150 and offers a day full of summer fun. Visitors can take a dinner cruise on the Catawba Queen, play miniature golf and other games at the amusement park and dine at Saragoni's Lakeside Restaurant & Bar or BJ Duck's Deli.
- In nearby China Grove is Patterson Farm, where you can pick up fresh fruits and vegetables (they're known for their strawberries and tomatoes) and even plan gatherings with hayrides and picnics.
Visit the Mooresville's Web site for more information.
Shopping and Convenience
- Everyday conveniences are less than five minutes from The Point on Brawley School Road. And, just a few minutes more is Winslow Bay Commons and other shopping centers on Hwy. 150. Winslow Bay Commons is a 255,000-square-foot center with anchor stores Dick's Sporting Goods and Linens 'N Things and others such as Caribou Coffee and a host of restaurants. A SuperTarget and Wal-Mart Supercenter are close by and surrounded by even more shopping conveniences.
- Great restaurants are all around the area ... residents at The Point are more than happy to share their favorite. The Prickly Pear in downtown Mooresville, Kudzu's in downtown Davidson, Mickey & Mooch in Huntersville and several locally owned seafood restaurants are all popular area eateries.
- The open-air Birkdale Village in Huntersville offers a Barnes & Noble, Williams Sonoma, Talbots, Banana Republic, Dick’s Sporting Goods, plus an assortment of fine and casual restaurants.
- Northlake Mall in north Charlotte features more than 150 stores and a 15-screen movie theater. The Northlake development will eventually expand to include NorthCrest, a 365,000-square-foot, open-air mall.
- The Point is close to other shopping destinations such as Concord Mills, which offers more than 200 stores and a 24-screen movie theater, and SouthPark mall, which features high-end stores including Nordstrom, Louis Vuitton, Burberry and kate spade. Neiman Marcus and other top-drawer retailers will open this summer.
With easy access to I-77, The Point is just a short distance away from uptown Charlotte and the Charlotte-Douglas International Airport, which offers more than 500 daily departures to destinations around the world.
For personal aircraft and chartered flights, Concord Regional Airport is the closest airport to The Point.
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