Where Is Lake Norman?

Lake Norman is within commuting distance of Charlotte, Hickory, Statesville, Denver, Huntersville, Cornelius, Mooresville, Denver, Troutman, western parts of Concord and Kannapolis eastern part of Gastonia, and Lincolnton

To put it in perspective, lets take the scenic route from Charlotte to Lake Norman. From Downtown Charlotte you will get on I77 north. At exit 13 you will pass over I85 which would take you to Gastonia south and Concord – Kannapolis to the north. Continuing to exit 18 you will find Northlake Mall, a large upscale shopping center to the west and the University area including shopping, University of North Carolina at Charlotte (UNCC) and Presbyterian Hospital and just north of the university area, Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre, Lowe’s Motor Speedway and Concord Mills Mall.

Back to I77 and continuing north to exit 23 and exit 25, Huntersville. Huntersville offers Birkdale and Birkdale Village, Presbyterian Hospital, Huntersville Business Park and more. Go east to Concord and Kannapolis and go west to Denver and Lincolnton. Continuing up I77 to Exit 28, Cornelius NC. Cornelius is on the southeastern shores of Lake Norman and houses the The Lake Norman Visitor Center. At exit 30, Davidson, home of Davidson College, a leading liberal arts college and our first Real Living Offices.

Continuing up I77 to exit 33 and exit 36, Mooresville. Lake Norman Regional Medial Center, The Point subdivision. Just north of Mooresville are Troutman, Exit 42 and Statesville, Exit 49.. West of Mooresville on Highway 150 is Sherrills Ford.

The upper most point of Lake Norman is off Exit 45, just 40 miles from downtown Charlotte.

Keep up to date on what is happening in the Lake Norman area by visiting the online edition of our local newspapers: Lake Norman Citizen, Cornelius Today and Lake Norman Herald Weekly.


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