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Visitor Information

Welcome to King, North Carolina!
 
We have an abundance of things to do in the greater King area. Browse this page for a listing of things to see and do and places
to stay while you visit us! You can also visit the chamber office in downtown King for more information or printed brochures.

 
GENERAL INFORMATION

   
 artscouncil
 Stokes County
Arts Council
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 Stokes County
Economic Development
   
 King, NC City Hall
 City of King,
North Carolina
 
Stokes County
Tourism
 
 King History
 
 Stokes County
Partnership for Children
schools
 Stokes County Schools
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 Stokes County YMCA

 Stokes County
Government Center
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 Blue Ridge Parkway
 visitnc
 VisitNC.com
 
NC Government Officials
   
 

 
 

AREA ATTRACTIONS

CITY of KING, NC

CENTRAL PARK- (336) 983-8265
- beautiful natural wooded area, pond, outdoor amphitheater, children's playground, historic log cabin, walking trails...
- located off Kirby Road
- skateboards and bicycles not permitted

KING LITTLE LEAGUE
Keep up with all the King Little League News.

RECREATION ACRES - (336) 983-6606
- 2-story community building available for reservation for civic and social activities
- picnic shelter with grills available for reservation
- 6 lighted ball fields, lighted walking trail, "par course" training area, tennis court, basketball court, children's play area
- location of King's Cabin
- located at the intersection of West Dalton Rd and White Rd

MITCHELL'S NURSERY & GREENHOUSE, INC.
- agricultural/greenhouse tours
- located at 1088 West Dalton Road
- (336) 983-4107 or e-mail

TOWN of DANBURY, NC

HISTORIC DANBURY - Known has "The Gateway to the Mountains" since 1849, Danbury retains much of the character
it developed as a mineral springs resort community.

HANGING ROCK STATE PARK - sheer cliffs and peaks of bare rock, quiet forests and cascading waterfalls, views of the piedmont plateau that stretch for miles...
- trails, camping, swimming, hiking, and a great visitors center

TOWN of PILOT MOUNTAIN, NC

PILOT MOUNTAIN STATE PARK - Approach from any direction and see Pilot Mountain rising more than 1,400 feet above the rolling countryside of the upper Piedmont plateau. Dedicated as a National Natural Landmark in 1976, this solitary peak is the centerpiece of Pilot Mountain State Park.

TOWN of PINNACLE, NC

HORNE CREEK LIVING HISTORY FARM - (336)325-2298
- 100-acre, operational farm that uses c. 1900 tools, household items and even breeds of livestock and varieties of plants which were available to farmers of that area.