Davie County Attractions
Unique, hands-on exhibits and experiences in downtown Mocksville for all age groups. This 5,000 square foot interactive space for children, families, and communities promotes exploration, learning, and innovation through adventurous play, investigative learning, and creative activities- including a Makerspace. See More.
Located at the Davie County Community Park, 151 Southwood Drive Mocksville, NC 27028, this Vortex Splashpad is the largest in North Carolina and includes LED lights for night time play. There are designated areas for different age groups. Shaded picnic areas and lounge chairs make your visit comfortable and supervision easy. The park also includes walking and biking trails, sports areas and shelters. See More.
Davie Disc Golf
The Davie Disc Golf Course provides a fun and challenging experience for both beginners and advanced players alike. This professionally designed 20 hole disc golf course is located behind the Farmington Community Center. A full line of disc golf supplies, as well as custom dyed discs, are available just a mile down the road at Bangin’ Chainz Disc Golf Pro Shop. The course is free and open to the public. See More.
Running of the Horses
Heading south on Main Street or east on Depot Street in downtown Mocksville, you can’t miss “The Running of the Horses,” a brightly colored mural adorning the side of the law offices of Martin & Van Hoy at 10 Court Square. Enjoy a stop for a selfie when you visit historic downtown Mocksville. See More.
Mockville Walking Tour
Visitors to Mocksville often marvel at the magnificent old homes gracing Main Street and wish to know their history. Now visitors and locals alike can learn more about these stately structures by picking up a copy of the new Walking Tour of Downtown Mocksville guide created by the Davie County Chamber of Commerce. See More.
Cooleemee Historic District
Cooleemee is a unique day-trip destination with two heritage museums – the Textile Heritage Museum and the Mill House Museum – and the lovely RiverPark. Located along the banks of the South Yadkin River, the thirty-acre RiverPark beckons all who love nature, wooded walking trails and water racing over rocks. There are scattered picnic tables and even a sandy beach for warm weather fun. See More.