Find Apartments for Rent in Mooresville, NC
Mooresville is a great place to go apartment hunting because there are so many options available. Choose from gorgeous upscale apartments on the water and ones that are convenient for a commute into Charlotte.
Mooresville is co-located with Lake Norman on either side of I-77 and about a 30 minute drive to Charlotte. It is 4 hours from Atlantic beaches and 2 hours from the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains. Take day trips to Asheville and the world-famous Biltmore Estate and Atlanta, GA and all the attractions of the largest city in the South.
Mooresville, “Race City USA” is the home to the North Carolina Auto Racing Hall of Fame, many NASCAR and IndyCar racing teams and drivers, many racing technology suppliers. Home Improvement Retailer Lowe’s Companies is also in Mooresville.
Cultural Attractions in Mooresville, NC
Area attractions include the Race Team tours, the North Carolina Zoo and Carowinds, the Thrill Capital of the Southeast. Dale Earnhardt Jr., Kasey Kahn, and Kyle Busch are among the many drivers who have facilities in the area.
Nearby Huntersville hosts the annual Renaissance Festival where you can “grab every good you can imagine on a stick.” The festival runs from early October to late November every year, a great time for outdoor activities in North Carolina.
Shopping in Mooresville, NC
Mooresville is about an hour’s drive from Winston Salem’s Hanes Mall, the largest mall in North Carolina and Charlotte’s South Park, Concord and North Lake Malls. Stores include all the major retailers and specialty shops. The malls are easy drives on major interstate routes 85, 40 and 77.
Unlike many major metropolitan areas, traffic is generally free-flowing except during morning and evening rush hours. Interstate 77 from Statesville to Charlotte includes a beautiful stretch through Mooresville and Lake Norman with great views of the lake.
Dining Options in Mooresville, NC
Since Mooresville is on the beautiful waters of Lake Norman, you will want to treat yourself to local restaurants on or near the water. Pull your boat up to the dock of the Rusty Rudder in Cornelius that features indoor and outdoor seating, live music and everything from sandwiches to delicious entrees.
For one of the most upscale experience in the area, visit the North Harbor Club and choose from an exquisite and delicious menu. You can “dock and dine” here also and you will love the unique décor including a full size sail boat at the door and historic watercraft mounted from the ceilings. Don’t miss this one!
North Carolina is famous for its BBQ and there are probably 25 BBQ restaurants within a 50 mile radius. Try them all because each one has its own unique taste. Start with Lancasters, take a quick trip to Lexington where USA Today name the Lexington BBQ one of the 10 best barbecue spots in the south.
For every day outings there are plenty of great local restaurants featuring all types of food including JJ. Wasbabi’s, (Asian) Joel’s Asian Grill, the Prickly Pear (Mexican), and many more. If its food you want, Mooresville has it!
Sports in Mooresville, NC
If you are a race fan, the Mooresville Dragway offers one on the most exciting drag strips in the country. Owned and operated by the Leaser Family for over 50 years you can feel the history in the air every time you attend an event. There are test & tunes, festivals and nationally sponsored happening all the time. Check the event schedule for current races. If you are not a race fan, you might be in for a big surprise so grab a friend and head out to the track.
Pro sports include the Charlotte Hornets who play in Time Warner Cable Arena in downtown Charlotte and the North Carolina Tarheels. Atlanta is within easy driving distance and many Mooresville residents are fans of the Braves, Falcons and other area sports teams. Area college teams include Duke, NC State, Wake Forest and the University of North Carolina.
Weather in Mooresville, NC
Saving the best for last, North Carolina has one of the best climates in the country. The temperature rarely goes below 20 degrees in the winter and snow is a time for excitement - area schools shut down for a 1-2 inch snow "storm!"
Summer time temperature are rarely above 90 degrees and the sun shines 214 days each year. Mooresville is far enough away from the ocean so hurricanes are not an issue and storms of any kind are rare occasions.View Apartments in Mooresville, North Carolina
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