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Mocksville: A Small Town Big on Character

Nestled in the heart of the Piedmont, about 30 minutes outside of Winston-Salem, Mocksville is an inviting blend of small-town charm and urban amenities. Visit to enjoy wineries, golf, arts & entertainment, natural attractions, and more.

Shop Until You Drop in Downtown Mocksville

In the center of this homey oasis of about 5,500 residents is a historic main street lined with unique boutiques, delicious eateries, and colorful murals that evoke memories of a simpler time. Find an ever-changing selection of home decor and gift items at Lydia Jaynes, timeless treasures at The Vintage Sunflower, or the latest fashions at Southern Ties or Ella Rose.

Stop in at The Station, a modern-day general store & taproom, where you can enjoy twelve beers and ciders on tap, sno-balls, or bulk old-fashioned candy!

The Best Places to Eat in Mocksville

Miller’s Restaurant, a Mocksville institution since 1952, is the place to go for down-home country cooking. Be sure to try their iconic pimento cheeseburger, which has been featured in Our State Magazine, and a big ol’ glass of homemade sweet tea. Prefer a sweet treat? Try Ketchie Creek Bakery or Mountaintop Cheesecakes for delectable desserts guaranteed to make you drool. Click here to see all the best places to eat in Mocksville.

Things to Do in Mocksville

Looking for a little fun? Children will love Cognition Davie, a 5,000 square foot interactive space for ages eight and under to learn through play. A farm-to-table theme takes children from the farm to the market to shop for a balanced plate and then to the food truck to prepare it. From sewing garments to laying bricks to investigating slides under the microscope, children get a basic introduction to some of the industries in Davie County.

The Best Golf & Disc Golf

Golf is a game all can enjoy.  At Pudding Ridge Golf Course, customers are treated to an experience that is fun, challenging, and most importantly, affordable. Open for public play, the golf course features 18 holes that meander through beautiful countryside offering a fair test of golf that will appeal to all.

Colin Creek Golf Club welcomes the traditionalist looking to enjoy a slow round, as well as the short course enthusiast who values a quicker game. Overlooking a beautiful 126-acre watershed lake and nestled among gently rolling hills, Colin Creek is comprised of 12 holes, each offering golfers of all ability levels a unique challenge. Prefer to play 18? The first six holes feature a separate set of tees offering a different angle and approach. Play 6, 12, or 18 – Colin Creek Golf Club allows you to tailor your round to meet your needs and preferences.

Or try your hand at disc golf. Davie Disc Golf offers a professionally designed 20-hole course that is free and open to the public. The course has a mix of par 3’s, 4’s, and 5’s, with holes ranging from 170′ to more than 700′. The course’s wooded terrain provides challenging greens that will test your layup accuracy and putting potential.

Outdoor Recreation for Young & Young at Heart

Davie County Community Park has something for everyone: walking trails, a story walk trail featuring different children’s books throughout the year,  an inclusive playground, a stadium featuring a turf field lined for regulation football and soccer with a track around the outside, Elevate fitness course, ADA-approved horseshoe/bocce ball courtyard, dog parks for both small and large dogs, an amphitheater for concerts and events, and shelters that are available for rent.

The “meadow” is perfect for playing catch, a family picnic, flying kites, or simply relaxing and communing with nature. When you are ready to cool off, the park offers the largest splash pad water park in North Carolina.

Visit Davie County Wineries & Taste Award-Winning Wines

After a refreshing day of play, swing by Lazy Elm or Dove Vine Beverage and unwind with a relaxing glass of award-winning wine. Weekends often include live music or other special events.

A daycation, or longer, spent in Mocksville is truly “time well-spent.” Learn more about all that Mocksville and Davie County have to offer by looking around the website, signing up for our weekly events email, or clicking the links below.

Davie County communities have a unique history. Visit and experience the textile mill life of bygone days in Cooleemee, the interesting architecture of  historic downtown Mocksville, the outdoor adventures and memorable Johnson House Bakery & Tea Room in Farmington,  and the beauty of the old churches and farms of Advance and Bermuda Run.