Unique experiences await you in Statesville. Whether shopping in our downtown or outlets, visiting our five historic districts, attending one of our nationally known festivals, playing a round of golf, or dining in one of our fine restaurants, there is something for everyone in Statesville!
704-878-3493, 300 South Center Street, Statesville. Adorning a specially created wall in the Statesville Civic Center, the 21 feet tall, 19 feet wide fresco was crafted by world-renowned artist Ben Long, a native of Statesville.
111 S. Center St, Ste. 101. Selling fresh homemade artisan bread. 704-397-6232, Hours: Tues-Fri-10 am-7 pm, Sat-7 am-3 pm. For more information, go to: http://avillagebaker.wix.com/artisanbreads
1230 Museum Road. The park contains 14 acres. Three lighted ball fields with bleachers are located in the park. One field is used for men’s softball, the middle field is used for youth baseball and softball. The large main shelter contains dressing rooms and restrooms. Two picnic shelters with picnic tables are grills are located in the park.
1500 Fifth Street. 1.4 acres, located on Wilson Lee Boulevard. It has an outdoor asphalt basketball court and playground equipment.
704-873-5976, 248 Allison Woods Dr, Turnersburg. Open by appointment only, please call. The Allison Woods Outdoor Learning Center is nestled within 1000 acres of Allison Woods in Statesville, North Carolina. The mission of The Outdoor Learning Center is to promote education through the use of land and water as an outdoor classroom by offering a STEM based curriculum. The unique diversity of habitats found onsite offers visitors of all ages many ways to experience the connections between people and the environment. For more information, go to: http://www.allisonwoodsoutdoorlearningcenter.com/