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Mint Hill Residents,
It looks like spring has finally arrived in North Carolina. Now is a great time to take advantage of our local parks.
Mint Hill Veterans Memorial Park located at 8850 Fairview Road has over 50 acres and amenities for all ages. This active recreational complex was developed with the following amenities: beach volleyball, soccer fields, softball field, tennis courts, a nine-hole disc golf course, three picnic shelters, outdoor handball/practice courts, horseshoe pits, a children's playground, an asphalt in-line skating and bike path and a one-mile nature trail.
Mint Hill Wilgrove Park is located at 7750 Jim Harper Lane was the first municipal park in town dating back to 1974. The natural wooded area provides dense shade on a hot summer day. It features a softball field, tennis courts, natural walking trail that circles the perimeter of the park, several picnic areas, and a large variety of playground equipment to entertain children.
A hidden gem in Mint Hill is the newly opened Stevens Creek Nature Preserve located at 15700 Thompson Road. This 281-acre nature preserve is open for hiking from sunup to sundown, 7 days per week. Please note that wheels of any kind (bikes, 4-wheelers, ATV’s etc.) are not permitted on the trails.
Not interested in hiking in a park, but still want to get out? Take advantage of the over 80+ miles of sidewalk through Town. It is going to be a beautiful week in Mint Hill.
Mecklenburg County Public Health has started administering the COVID-19 vaccine to homebound residents. People currently homebound due to an ongoing physical or mental disability and are unable to travel to a vaccination clinic can complete a vaccination request form at www.MeckNC.gov/COVID-19.
Stay well, continue to wear your mask, shop local and enjoy this beautiful weather.
Mint Hill Mayor