Spend the Weekend in Belmont

Mancation

Belmont, N.C. might seem like a sleepy little town, but there’s a lot going on. From food and drink to plenty outdoor fun, Belmont is a great place for a mancation. Staying in Belmont means you get plenty of fun without the big-city cost, which means you have more money to spend on a weekend of adventure!

Here’s how you can spend your mancation with us:

On Your Way In

Drop your bags at the Hampton Inn by Hilton Charlotte/Belmont@Montcross and head out to Sammy’s Neighborhood Pub for a drink. Try their nachos or their beer-battered onion rings paired with one of their large selection of draft or bottled beers. For your entrée, don’t miss Sammy’s steak and egg burger.

Morning

Head over to local hangout Caravan Coffee & Dessert Bar in the morning to wake up properly. Want to play a game of Frisbee or flag football with the guys? Just walk across the street to Stowe Park, a coveted piece of the Carolina Thread Trail. The park, which hosts many of the town’s festivals and events, is one of Belmont’s cherished historic locations with open spaces ready-made for a pickup game and walking trails well suited for a quick jog.

Afternoon

Looking to remain active into the afternoon? The Carolina Thread Trail continues at Seven Oaks Preserve – a 77-acre permanently protected space that boasts a 2.8-mile segment of the Trail near Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden. Weave through this wooded, natural space near the Lake Wylie waterfront and continue exploring this facet of Belmont.

If you’ve worked up an appetite, grab a table at The String Bean, which houses a selection of more than 200 beers and 400 wines and an excellent selection of fresh deli sandwiches and gourmet pizzas. Afterward, take the guys and head just five miles north up Highway 74 to U.S. National Whitewater Center. In addition to whitewater rafting, it has ropes courses, ziplining, paddleboarding, hiking and canoeing. It’s enough to keep you busy all day!

Evening

Start the evening at Muddy River Distillery. As North Carolina’s first rum distillery, you won’t be disappointed adding a facility tour of the Belmont brewing operation to your schedule – it also includes a sample or two of Carolina Rum and Queen Charlotte’s Reserve. Before venturing downtown, visit nearby York Chester Brewing Company, the the city’s newest nanobrewery, for porters and pale ales.

Dinner at Old Stone Steakhouse is a no-brainer. Give the fried calamari appetizer a try and follow it up with a perfectly-cooked filet or a full rack of baby-back ribs. It’s the perfect way to end the night – or to gear up for that Panthers or Hornets game!

Before You Leave

Need some gear for your outdoor adventures? Stop in for some sportswear or new running shoes at Walk and Run Belmont, conveniently located downtown.

Belmont's Hampton Inn by Hilton

820 Cecilia Alexander Dr.
Belmont, NC 28012
(704) 825-6100

Sammy's Neighborhood Pub

25 S. Main Street
Belmont, NC 28012
(704) 825-4266

Seven Oaks Preserve Trail

6900 S. New Hope Road
Belmont, NC 28012

Stowe Park

24 S. Main Street
Belmont, NC 28012

Caravan Coffee & Dessert Bar

7 S. Main Street
Belmont, NC 28012
(704) 829-7711

York Chester Brewing Company

1500 River Drive, Suite 250
Belmont, NC 28012
(704) 755-5104

The String Bean

106 N. Main Street
Belmont, NC 28012
(704) 825-4472

US National Whitewater Center

5000 Whitewater Center Pkwy
Charlotte, NC 28214
(704) 391-3900

Old Stone Steakhouse

170 Charity Lane
Belmont, NC 28012
(443) 463-4046

Muddy River Distillery

1500 River Drive #100
Belmont, NC 28012
(336) 516-4190

Walk and Run Belmont

200 N. Main Street
Belmont, NC 28012
(704) 829-1082