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Things To Do In Wilkes County NC

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  • Outdoor Activities
  • 1402 Willow Lane, North Wilkesboro
  • 336-667-4121

Offering day or weekend rentals on mountain bikes, kayaks, and more. Located right at Yadkin River Greenway - great place to bike! W.Kerr Scott is only 15 minutes away, where the lake is great for kayaking and the Dark Mountain Trail is a perfect place to mountain bike. Awesome selection of sporting goods, camping supplies, fine quality clothing, shoes, and home furnishings.

  • Outdoor Activities
  • 105 6th Street, North Wilkesboro
  • 336-818-1889

The Block Family Indoor Entertainment Center, fun for the whole family in the heart of downtown North Wilkesboro! Experience our massive trampoline park, spanning over 8,000 square feet! With dedicated trampoline dodgeball and basketball courts, you can take your jumping skills to the next level! Test your strength and agility on our action-packed Ninja Warrior course! Like laser tag? You will LOVE Gellyball in our massive black light basement arena! Strap on a pair of quad or inline skates and hit the floor of our roller-skating rink. Don't have skates? No worries, we rent! Step into a world of fun at our massive arcade filled with redemption games and thrilling racing games. Win exciting prizes or challenge friends to see who can achieve the highest score! We haven't forgotten about the little adventurers! Our toddler park offers soft play toys and a secure environment for them to explore, play, and let their imagination run wild.

  • Outdoor Activities
  • 215 Pine Drive, Wilkesboro
  • 336-973-0366

Patrick Brondos, a native of California and now resident on W Kerr Scott Reservoir, brings years of experience, knowledge and a passion for fishing to each charter he guides. His years of fishing lakes across the country has taught him the skills needed to pursue quality bass. Though known for his abilities to catch large mouth ad spotted bass, there are many different fish species at W Kerr Scott and lots of ways to catch them. Beginners to master anglers, live bait to artificially, Patrick enjoys showing all anglers when, where and how to catch them all. His Ranger Comanche is rigged and ready, so book you fishing adventure today!

Brown-Cowles House

  • Art and Architecture, History and Heritage, Outdoor Activities
  • 200 East Main Street, Wilkesboro

The Brown-Cowles House is the oldest known house remaining in Wilkesboro, dating from the 1830's. Hamilton Brown (1786-1870- built the central structure and Congressman William Cowles (1850-1901- expanded it. The kitchen and curing house are among the few outbuildings still remaining in the area. This is a privately owned home – please do not trespass.

  • Outdoor Activities
  • 2618 West NC Hwy 268, Wilkesboro
  • 336-990-0000

Enjoy the beauty of the foothills in one of our top-of-the-line canoes, kayaks, or stand-up paddle boards. Our kayaks are “sit-on-top” single or tandem, easy to maneuver, and are very stable. Our canoes are best for 2 people, while our new (and popular) stand-up paddle boards are only for 1 person. All of these rentals are great for both the experienced and inexperienced paddler. They are great for individuals, or get a group together to paddle the day away. The price includes the rental (canoe, kayak, or stand-up paddle board), oar(s), and life jacket(s). Also included is FREE shuttle service with advanced reservations (minimum of 48 hours before your scheduled trip). There will be a charge for shuttle service without a reservation. At the end of your trip, we will pick you up at a designated area and transport you back to the parking lot at Foothills Outdoor Adventures.

  • Outdoor Activities
  • 462 Cotton Mill Rd, Roaring River
  • 336- 696-6938

Enjoy an exciting canoe trip down the Roaring and Yadkin Rivers and see an abundance of wildlife, scenery and remnants of one of the oldest grist mill sites in Wilkes County. If you are a fisherman, you may catch small mouth or large mouth bass, red eyes and catfish - just to name a few. Full and half day trips available with pick up and transportation.

  • Outdoor Activities
  • 206 S. Bridge Street, Wilkesboro
  • Park Tel: 336-667-8804 Hrs. M-F 8-5

Cub Creek is a 117.52 acre park that borders historic downtown. The Park is just below the hill from the Wilkes Heritage Museum and it borders both sides of South Bridge Street. This park is well manicured and is open sunrise to sunset for everyone's enjoyment. Inside its boundaries is the award-winning restored Cub Creek Stream that is designated as trout water and hatchery supported. Cub Creek stream and park brings is a popular spot for families to visit, picnic, walk, fish or allow the kids to wade through the water. Along the creek, you can find some rather quiet spots to meditate and relax with a great book, just bring a blanket. The park has immaculate walking tracks and wooded creekside mountain biking trails that feature a cantilever bridge. OTHER PARK AMENITIES: 6 Baseball Fields-All Schedules with Wilkes County, 2 Batting Cages, concessions during games, 3 Basketball courts, 3 walking tracks - well manicured, Mountain Bike Trails, 2 Tennis courts, 2 Pickleball courts, Playground, Hatchery-supported trout waters with a Kids Fishing Day, Blue birdhouses for nesting & birding, Wilkes Co Birding Trails & Rent Birding Supplies, Cub Creek Restoration Phase I, II & III & Rain Gardens, Hidden Oaks Dog Park, Community Garden, butterfly garden, Restrooms and water fountains, picnic tables and grills throughout the park, and picnic shelters with tables on a first come, first serve basis --no reservations are taken.

  • Outdoor Activities
  • 206 S. Bridge Street, Wilkesboro
  • Park 336-667-8804 Hrs. M-F 8-5

The Town of Wilkesboro has opened four trails at Cub Creek Park through a partnership with Brushy Mountain Cyclist Club (BMCC) in 2017. The BMCC mountain bikers are responsible for the trails at W. Kerr Scott Dam & Reservoir and these trails are some of the best mountain biking in the southeast, according to their website and riders alike. Citizens can walk or mountain bike these trails and they are open sun up to sun down. MOUNTAIN BIKE TRAILS: CALL FARM - 3.6 miles - Suble terrain with lots of bermed turns. A great beginner mountain bike riders, hikers & runners. JAILBREAK - 0.7 miles - Mostly flat trails with a few tricky turns for riders. PERKINS PLACE - 2.6 miles - Lots of twists and turns with a little more climbing. TORNADO ALLEY - 1.5 miles - Casual creekside trail with several boardwalks and bridges mixed with some steeper terrain. Occasionally the trail closed signs have to be posted during wet weather and we ask that you not ride on the trails during closures to keep damage to a minimum. We cannot keep the integrity of the trails without your help. The closure status will be posted on Cub Creek Park's Facebook.

  • Outdoor Activities
  • 499 Reservoir Road, Wilkesboro
  • 336-921-3390

Dark Mountain is a multi-use trail developed jointly by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and Brushy Mountain Cyclists Club, enjoyed by both hikers and mountain bikers. The 3-mile loop is of medium difficulty with the exceptions of several short, steep hills.

  • Outdoor Activities
  • 1524 W D St, North Wilkesboro
  • 3369274551

Foothills Axe Throwing takes a chop at fun with 16 throwing lanes, league play, bring your own, and more. Foothills Axe Throwing also has corn hole and plenty of space for birthdays or company events.