Albemarle

Albemarle

Located in center of the State of Carolina of the North between natural vineyards and places. Albemarle, NC, gets 47 inches of rain per year. The US average is 37. Snowfall is 4 inches. The average US city gets 25 inches of snow per year. The number of days with any measurable precipitation is 101.

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  • Population: 15,414
  • Pop. Change: -2%State: North Carolina
  • Metro Area: Albemarle Metro Area
  • County: Stanly County
  • City: Albemarle
  • Zip Code: 28002, 28001

Local Attraction:

Albemarle's Parks and Recreation Department was established in 1963. It currently operates and administers five parks within the city's limits, as well as a soccer complex and a ceramics facility. The newest facility under the Department's purview is City Lake, a 75 acre park on a 100-acre (0.40 km2) lake that was opened in 2003, joining Rock Creek Park, Chuck Morehead Memorial Park, Roosevelt Ingram Memorial Park and Don Montgomery Memorial Park.

Morrow Mountain State Park

Located along the Pee Dee River and Lake Tillery. Morrow Mountain is composed of several mountain roads that can be easily reached on foot or horseback. In this area you can visit the historic Kron House, greenhouse and hospital in the early nineteenth century.

Dennis Vineyards Winery

This winery uses traditional techniques and muscat grapes for the production of a magnificent wine.

Stanly County Museum & Visitor Center

Permanent exhibition of the history of Stanly County. Tours are organized by two local museums: Snuggs House and Marks House.
Address:
Mt. Brook Golf Course, Mt. Brook Course:
18 holes over 5,493 yards with a par of 72 (Public)
29440 Nelson Mountain Rd
Albemarle, NC 28001-7519
(704) 983-4653

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