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Charlotte continues its ascent as one of the most prominent cities in the South. As an unofficial capital of the banking industry, with ties to NASCAR, and as the home of the Billy Graham Library, not to mention one of the fastest-growing populations in the state and the region, Charlotte can seem a little intimidating. That's why many residents who work in Charlotte choose to make their home in this small town in rural North Carolina.
Cabarrus County calls itself the county "where racing lives," and it won't take very long before you concur with that assessment. The famous Charlotte Motor Speedway is located in another city in Cabarrus County, the city of Concord, only a short drive away. You can experience the NASCAR thrills closer to home at the Richard Petty Driving Experience. If you and your family love racing, do not miss this. Here you will be quite literally put in the driver's seat for what might just be one of the most exciting days of your life. Come prepared to listen, learn, and finally, drive like a professional on a real race track.
Not everyone wants to lose themselves in the speed and agility of a race car. Some prefer a quiet walk in the woods. If that's you, you can find that here too. Lake Norman is the obvious attraction in this part of North Carolina, with its long, jagged shoreline and numerous hiking trails. Many boaters and fishermen (and women) love this lake for its size and well-stocked waters. However, at certain times of the year, the lake can be crowded. Beat the crowds at Lake Wylie, a smaller lake along the border. Or, for the adventurous outsdoorsmen in your family, head to the US National Whitewater Center to train in the same place as the US Olympic Team.
If you're bringing kids to the Harrisburg area with you, fear not: there's plenty to love in the Harrisburg area for a kid too. For one thing, the nationally-renowned Carowinds amusement park. Step aside, Six Flags: this North Carolina classic has entertained generations of kids in the Charlotte area, and chances are, your kids will love it too. There is also the Discovery Place museum, excellent for keeping young children entertained while at the same time introducing them to the wonder of science and the natural world.
Harrisburg offers the best of all worlds, as a beautiful small town within an exciting region of the Charlotte area: NASCAR racing country. Many families have fallen in love with Harrisburg-- make yours the next to do so at New Home Source.
If you are looking for new homes in Harrisburg near Charlotte, North Carolina, you've come to the right place. NewHomeSource is the Internet's leading site for Harrisburg homebuilders and their new home plans. Choose from one of the new home communities in Harrisburg, or have a Harrisburg custom home builder construct your dream home on your own lot in Harrisburg. Either way, you can't go wrong with letting NewHomeSource help you get started in your Harrisburg new home search.
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