You’d Never Know One Of The Most Incredible Natural Wonders In North Carolina Is Hiding In This Tiny Park

The granite formations hiding at the heart of one of North Carolina’s smallest parks, Big Rock Nature Preserve in Charlotte, are an incredible, historic natural wonder waiting for you to experience. Containing the largest example of granite extrusions in Mecklenburg County, this lovely 22-acre space also has a four-mile tributary to McAlpine Creek separating it from Interstate Highway 485. This little trek is worth the drive to some mysterious and mighty landmarks.

Put this incredible natural wonder down as one of the coolest places to visit in The Queen City. And while you’re in the neighborhood, visit nine more beautiful and charming neighborhoods in Charlotte.

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