Waxhaw in United States, from Nouth America region, is best know for State Parks. Discover best things to do in Waxhaw with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
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4.5 based on 60 reviews
It was a perfect day to visit the park. Late January and 64 degrees. The park was not crowded and almost had the place to my own. Walked the wonderful lake and watched just 1 duck in the water. Walked the nature trail too. Enjoyed the attractions. Props to Laura in he museum/office. She was brilliant and so helpful with answering my questions about Indian tribes , Charleston, other SC parks and of course Andrew Jackson.
What a wonderful place!
4.5 based on 70 reviews
Beautiful park in union county with campingsites. Awesome hiking trails, horse trails, and bike trails. Enjoy our county!!
5 based on 42 reviews
This free museum at the JAARS center south of Waxhaw is a very interesting place to learn more about how different cultures and peoples created their alphabets. Great for all ages.
4.5 based on 34 reviews
This is a hidden gem in th e Charlotte area. A small local museum that shows the history of the region from 1650-1900 featuring items from the Spanish conquistadors and Native American Indians (the Waxhaw Tribe), President Andrew Jackson's birthplace, Civil War info and local interest. This weekend was the annual Pirate Invasion, where they celebrate Jackson's victory over the British at the Battle of New Orleans during the War of 1812, where Jackson enlisted the help of Jean LaFitte the pirate. Great fun for the entire family.
4 based on 21 reviews
Winding its way through 202 acres of gently rolling forest land, this 6,950-yard championship golf course plays to par 72 and includes greens built to USGA specifications.
Stonebridge offers the service of an exclusive private golf club without the overhead and high price. What a great value! The course is beautifully maintained and the staff provides the best service in the area. We regularly go there weekdays when the players are more experienced and the pace of play is at its best. This is one of our favorite courses to play - anywhere.
4 based on 23 reviews
Union County's first and Waxhaw's only brewery specializing in a wide range of beer styles. Winning taste buds and awards one beer at a time.
Dreamchaser's Brewery in Waxhaw is a great place for everyone whether you're a beer drinker or not. the staff is very friendly and the atmosphere is very family friendly. on the weekends there are usually food trucks along with food choices in walking distance. if you do like craft beers this place will not disappoint . my favorite is one called the Yard Breather. there's also live music on the weekends.
4.5 based on 3 reviews
This has always been my favorite antique shop in Waxhaw because they have collectibles, collectibles, and more collectibles in their 4000 square feet (along with vintage items, furniture, art, and much more). It is the oldest antique shop in Waxhaw.
We are always greeted with big smiles and hellos as soon as we walk in the door. The main aisles are wide and clear and even though they have a lot of stuff in some of the booths it doesn't really give you the feeling of being cluttered. My husband walked out with an antique golf club to add to his collection (he has over 200...does he really need more?).
5 based on 2 reviews
I have extensive experience with the healing arts and maintain certifications and specialties in Neuromuscular, Deep Tissue, Sports, Bamboo, Cranio-Sacral, Thai, and La Stone Massage. Along with these, I hold certifications in Prenatal, Infant, Oncology, and Myofacial Release Massage. I also teach couples instructional massage.
Jane did a fantastic job of helping me with a back injury I was struggling to get resolved. I had tried a chiropractor twice. And got no relief, but two massages and it was good. Jane offered a therapeutic massage that my medical flex dollars would pay for, so it was a great deal. The room was very comfortable, and I left both times being thoroughly relaxed. I'm not a massage person, but this was a truly good experience.
5 based on 1 reviews
We were greeted by a very nice person as we walked in the door. Looking around I could tell the place was well organized and well marked making it easy to find the sections you were looking for. The aisles were wide and clear making it a pleasant experience. We walked out with a couple of books. The money goes to the building of a new library for Waxhaw.
4 based on 1 reviews
This is North Carolina's monument dedicated to the birthplace of the 7th president- who knows if its true, but it is a really nice spot. Located on a rural cul-de-sac= it is quite peaceful. a little bench allows one to sit in the area, and interested in presidential history- give it a quick stop, snap some photos.
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