Other Places to Eat & Drink

In Gaston County, North Carolina

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EXPLORE

The City of Belmont is a small yet growing town within the Charlotte region that offers a great quality of life. Our town is where people enjoy strolling through our historical shops, grabbing a bite to eat at one of our many fine restaurants, or joining us for one our festivals downtown. We would love for you to come see and spend time with us.

Explore all there is to do in

Belmont

Kevin Loftin Riverfront Park

Access the Catawba River via canoe, kayak or boat from this 10-acre riverfront park.

Rocky Branch Park

The centerpiece of the 40-acre park is a hand-built single-track mountain biking trail for intermediate and advanced bikers.

Anchored Soul

Anchored Soul offers stand up paddle boarding rentals and lessons for individuals and groups.

Belmont Abbey College Arts

A Tradition of the Arts. From the earliest days at Belmont Abbey College, with the founding of the Abbey Players theatrical company.

Davis Park

Wooded area with a playground, baseball & soccer fields, picnic tables & public restrooms.

Millican Pictorial History Museum

History museum in Belmont.

Stowe Park

Located in the heart of downtown Belmont with access to the Carolina Thread Trail.

Belmont Abbey

is a private Catholic liberal-arts college located in Belmont, North Carolina.

Belmont Historical Society

Riverside Marina

Many amenities for your outdoor sporting eventalong the Catawba River.

Stuart Cramer High School

Belmont Abbey Athletics

Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden

Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden is the Carolinas’ Garden for all seasons.

SIGNATURE EVENTS

Holidays at the Garden

December

Delight in a stroll through the shimmering lights! Along your journey also enjoy fairy villages, model trains, the Orchid Conservatory, and so much more. Roast a marshmallow, listen to live holiday music, children's activities and more at Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden.

Homecoming

October

Homecoming at Belmont Abbey features a Welcome Back Reception, a women’s volleyball game, The President’s Breakfast, men’s & women’s soccer games, field events, A Homecoming Court and The Alumni Hall of Fame Dinner.

Juneteenth

June

The Belmont Juneteenth Celebration is a FREE cultural festival of arts, crafts, music, food and more. Join us at Stowe Park, located in Historic Downtown Belmont. The celebration will include music throughout the day, and a finale concert. Music, art, and culture are the key elements of the festival theme.

Belmont Blooms

March

A month-long citywide celebration of blossoming bulbs, art, community and culture. Beginning with a parade, Belmont Blooms will also include many other elements.

Art & Orchids

February

The Art & Orchids is a yearly event held at Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden where visitors can not only view beautiful orchids from the conservatory but also see an incredible art display as well. Each year the art display changes making it worth revisiting year in and year out.

UNIQUE DINING

Primal Brewery

Primal means essential or fundamental to life. To us, that’s beer! Brewing beer for all tastes and style preferences for our community since 2013.

Jekyll & Hyde Taphouse & Grill

Jekyll & Hyde Taphouse & Grill is a steampunk gastropub and brewery where you will find a large selection of freshly brewed beers, wine for any palate and our signature craft cocktails.

Muddy River Distillery

At Muddy River Distillery, we make the best rum you’ve ever tasted by using premium ingredients, handcrafted recipes, and custom-built stills.

Old Stone Steakhouse

Grab a bite in the refurbished police station in Belmont, Old Stone Steakhouse then have a whiskey and a smoke in the historic jail located out back.

Nellie's Southern Kitchen

Nellie's Southern Kitchen in Belmont, established by the Jonas Brothers’ family
serves southern style bites and they also offer a rooftop bar.

HIKE & BIKE THESE TRAILS

Seven Oaks Preserve Trail

Natural Surface

Moderate

2.6 Miles One Way

This trail meanders along the shoreline and connects to Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden.

Belmont to Cramerton Sidewalk Connector

Sidewalk

Easy

1.3 Miles

Starts at Stowe Park in Belmont and connects almost to Cramerton.

620 N. Main St.

Belmont, NC 28012

Phone: 704-825-4044

Toll Free: 1-800-849-9994

Visitors Center is closed
until further notice.

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