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Just 20 miles north of downtown Charlotte, Mooresville, North Carolina is on the shores of Lake Norman in Iredell County. Originally inhabited by the Catawba Native Americans, the area which would become Mooresville didn’t see significant European settlement until well into the 18th century when English, German, Scottish and Irish immigrants began filtering into the Catawba River region. Soon enough, these settlers found the land to be perfect for growing cotton. Small farms turned into large plantations by the middle of the 19th century. One of the largest plantations in the area was Mount Mourne in the southwest part of present day Mooresville. Built in 1836 by North Carolina native Rufus Reid, the plantation’s two-story Greek Revival style house still stands. At one time, Reid’s plantation had as many as 88 slaves (unfortunately, at that time southern wealth was often calculated by the number of slaves held) and he was considered one of the most successful and prosperous cotton planters in the state. The town was named after builder and the founder of the town’s first brick factory John Franklin Moore in 1873. Spurred by textile manufacturing, Mooresville experienced growth throughout the late 1800’s into the 1900’s. In the late 1950’s Duke Energy created Lake Norman on the western edge of Mooresville. Named after Duke executive Norman Atwater Cocke, Lake Norman is the largest man made body of fresh water in North Carolina. In recent years, Mooresville has earned the nickname “Race City USA” because there are more than 60 NASCAR (National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing) teams and related businesses in the city. In its most recent rankings, the real estate web site Niche rates Mooresville as one of the top 20 suburbs in the Charlotte region. Since 1990 the city’s population has more than tripled.
A Mooresville tutor will keep you ahead of the academic curve so you can take time away from the books to enjoy the many things to do in Mooresville and the surrounding area. Founded by exotic animal advocate Henry Hampton in 1993, the Lazy 5 Ranch in Mooresville is home to more than 750 animals from six continents. Animals on the ranch can be viewed on a 3.5-mile safari like ride either by car or on a horse drawn wagon. Animals include zebras, giraffes, several species of birds, camels and kangaroos. The ranch includes a petting and feeding zoo. It also offers field trips to local schools and is considered a sanctuary for endangered species such as the Grevy Zebra and Ring-tailed Lemur.
Initially a private nine-hole course exclusively for employees of Burlington Mill, the Mooresville Golf Club became a public course in the 1970’s when Burlington sold the land to the city. Recently renovated, the now 18-hole course has a new driving range, 70 bunkers, five miles of concrete cart paths and a 17,000-square foot clubhouse with a restaurant, snack bar and pro shop. The course is open to weddings, tournaments, public and private events.
It’s just a short drive south to Charlotte where visitors can tour the NASCAR Hall of Fame which honors the best in stock car racing over the last one hundred years. Highlights of the hall include the “Glory Road” exhibit featuring historic race cars, tracks and iconic drivers. The 278-seat High Octane Theater shows visitors an entertaining documentary on the history of NASCAR from the first races at Daytona to the present day. Opened in 2010, the hall includes 45 official inductees, mostly drivers with the late Dale Earnhardt part of the initial inaugural class.
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