Kings Mountain is home to comfortable climates, top-notch educational institutions, healthcare facilities, recreational opportunities and friendly people. Whether you are interested in outdoor recreation, the arts, dining and shopping, business and industry, education or healthcare, we have it all right here in Kings Mountain. Special events provide Kings Mountain residents and visitors with year-round family-style entertainment, by producing and promoting free festivals and city-wide holiday celebrations.
THINGS TO DO
Mountain Holiday is one very special shoppe located in downtown, Kings Mountain, North Carolina.
Kings Mountain Gateway Trail
This trailhead is located just south of downtown Kings Mountain, connecting it via sidewalk.
Patriot Jack's offers diverse selection of outdoor equipment, apparel, and accessories, featuring renowned brands such as Yeti, Patagonia, Kavu, and Costa.
Crowders Mountain State Park offers ten backpack camping approximately 1 mile from the visitor center. These sites are so secluded there is often not another person in sight.
KM National Military Park
Kings Mountain National Military Park preserves and commemorates the site of the October 7, 1780 Revolutionary War battle that turned the tide of the war.
Dellinger's Jewel Shop Across four generations, the Dellinger family has served the Kings Mountain community with high quality Jewelry and Watches.
Trackside Trader in down town Kings Mountain, features a women’s clothing boutique that carries a variety of styles, handbags and more.
The Sweet Station
The Sweet Station is a charming ice-cream and dessert shop in the heart of Kings Mountain, NC.
Thai Hut is locally owned and operated serving authentic dine-in and carryout Thai Food.
Swooger's a favorite for locals who are looking for a meal or a refreshing sweet treat.
Love's Fish Box
Love's Fish Box a beloved seafood restaurant that has been a local favorite for generations.
Wiener Works the best hotdog joint in town with a wide variety of choices and is a cash only establishment.
Italian Garden in Kings Mountain a friendly eating establishment serving Greek, Italian, and American food.
Blackwood's Drive In
An old-fashioned American drive-in serving burgers, hot dogs, sandwiches & breakfast.
K Donuts is a local handmade donut shop that spends all night making donuts for you daily. So rise and shine and get your favorites before they are gone.
The skillet is a breakfast and midday fair restaurant located in downtown Kings Mountain on South Cherokee Street.
Paint class Studio is a place for all ages to learn to paint. Looking for a fun group activity or just something to fill your free time. Even offing online classes in the comfort of your our home.
Track V Hall
Track View Hall is a beautiful event venue located in the historical downtown Kings Mountain.
Mauney Memorial Library
The Mauney Memorial Library is a municipal library located in Kings Mountain, North Carolina.
Located in Historic Downtown Kings Mountain, 133 West is an urban bistro with a focus on freshness and seasonality in a warm and inviting atmosphere.
The Battle of Kings Mountain
Painted by Verona Burkhard in 1941, the Battle of Kings Mountain mural is located in downtown Kings Mountain at the Kings Mountain Historical Museum.
Where the foothills just begin to ripple towards the Blue Ridge Mountains sits Veronét Vineyards & Winery.
238 Cherokee Grill
238 Cherokee Grill is an unpretentious tavern in Kings Mountain offering eclectic American eats with wine & beer in a relaxed space.
Catawba Two Kings Casino is a thrilling, new gaming and entertainment destination in Kings Mountain
Art gallery and gift shop featuring works created in oil, acrylic, watercolor, photography, sculpture, textiles and mixed media.
Kings Mountain Country Club
Quality golf, beautiful views and friendly service and one of the top golf experiences in the area.
Kings Mountain State Park
The Piedmont’s Kings Mountain State Park has miles of forested trails perfect for supreme Kings Mountain hiking, two fishing lakes, and sits adjacent to Kings Mountain National Military Park, one of many national park Revolutionary War sites.
Patriots Park in downtown Kings Mountain offers its visitors benches, picnic areas and tables, restrooms, a walking track and a sprayground for the kids.
CM Golf Course
Crowders Mountain Golf Course located next to Crowders Mountain is an 18 hole course in Kings Mountain.
A visit to Crowders Mountain might include hiking more than 20 miles of hiking trails, rock climbing, backcountry camping, picnicking and fishing.
Welcome to camp. Crowders Ridge is a ministry to provide camp experiences for everyone. Summer camps. Retreats. Christian school retreats.
Moderate, Easy, Advanced
a gravel trail that features a variety of terrain types from the flat to strenuous.
Cardio Hill Trail
0.4 Miles One Way
Moderate to strenuous gravel train featuring a beautiful overlook of the city of Kings Mountain.
This paved trail includes a short climb and a paved loop that circles a beautiful butterfly garden with a gravel footpath.
Rail Trail Loop
This gravel loop trail leads to the other trailheads and is built on an old rail bed.
Living History Farm Trail
This easy trail highlights a two-story farmhouse, barn, smokehouse, carpenter/blacksmith shop, sorghum mill and cooker, corncrib, cotton gin and several other small dwellings.
Kings Mountain Horse Trail
30+ mile loop
This easy to moderately difficult 30+ mile loop trail begins in Kings Mountain State Park and circles into Kings Mountain National Military Park, the site of a famous Revolutionary War battle.
Kings Mountain Nature Trail
1.2 mile loop
This easy 1.2-mile loop trail begins at the picnic area in Kings Mountain State Park and is one the whole family would enjoy.
Kings Mountain Hiking Trail
16 mile loop
The moderately difficult, 16-mile Kings Mountain Hiking Trail loop offers some gorgeous hiking through rolling hills and granite outcroppings.
Kings Mountain Battlefield Trail
1.5 Mile Loop
The 1.5-mile self-guiding walking trail allows visitors to see both perspectives of this Revolutionary War battlefield.
1.2-mile, One way
Not as steep as the Pinnacle Trail, Turnback Trail is an easy to moderate, natural trail running mostly through the woods at Crowders Mountain State Park. This trail also tends to be less populated.
Natural Surface, Boardwalk, Gravel
2.5 miles, One Way
The Crowders Trail is part of the trail system at Crowders Mountain State Park and runs 2.5 miles through this popular park.
.08 mi. one way
The Backside Trail can be found at Crowders Mountain State Park at the Linwood Road Access. This trail is a strenuous hike including 336 wooden steps to reach a breathtaking summit and connects to the Crowders Trail also in the park.