Lake Norman Living

Lake Norman Living

  • Victoria McHutchon
  • 04/26/23

Lake Norman Living!

Lake Norman is a popular place to live for a variety of reasons. With the beautiful scenery and a lake with over 50 square miles, there are plenty of parks, trails, and outdoor recreation areas that offer a whole array of activities. North of Charlotte, the Lake Norman area has experienced significant growth over the past decade, with new businesses, restaurants, and residential developments popping up all the time!  This growth has contributed to the area's popularity and has helped to create a vibrant community.  It’s quickly become the go-to destination for water activities such as boating, fishing, and swimming.


Top Restaurants on Lake Norman

Lake Norman has many restaurants located on or near the lake that offer beautiful views and dining experiences. Here are some of our favorites!

  1. Hello, Sailor - located on the shores of Lake Norman, this restaurant offers modern seafood dishes, craft cocktails, and stunning lake views.
  2. The Blue Parrot Grill - a casual waterfront restaurant that offers seafood, burgers, salads, and more.
  3. Port City Club - located in Cornelius, this restaurant features a waterfront patio, a raw bar, seafood, and other classic American dishes.
  4. North Harbor Club - this restaurant offers fine dining with stunning views of Lake Norman and a menu featuring seafood, steak, and pasta dishes.
  5. Eddie's on Lake Norman - a waterfront restaurant located in Mooresville that offers seafood, steak, and pasta dishes, as well as live music on weekends.


Easy Lake Access Points

There are a total of 26 public access spots of Lake Norman!  These include parks, boat ramps, marinas, and fishing piers.  Here are a few of the best access points on Lake Norman!

  • Lake Norman State Park - located on the northern shore of Lake Norman, this park offers multiple access points for boating, fishing, and swimming.
  • Blythe Landing Park - located in Cornelius, this park offers multiple access points for boating, fishing, and swimming, as well as picnic areas and a playground.
  • Ramsey Creek Park - located in Cornelius, this park offers a public beach, fishing pier, boat ramps, and picnic areas.
  • McCrary Creek Access at Queens Landing - located in Mooresville, this marina offers boat rentals, boat slips, mini golf, and a public boat ramp.
  • Stumpy Creek Park - located in Mooresville, this park offers a public boat ramp, fishing pier, and picnic areas.


Learn about specific Lake Norman areas like Cornelius, Mooresville, Denver, Davidson, and Huntersville!

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