Located on the Virginia/North Carolina border between Route 95 and Route 85, Lake Gaston’s 20,300 acres encompass portions of Halifax, Northampton and Warren Counties in North Carolina and Brunswick and Mecklenburg Counties in Virginia. Our mild climate attracts many tourists and new residents with an average winter temperature of 42.4 degrees and an average summer temperature of 76.5 degrees.
Activities abound for everyone; both young and old discover a pleasure perfect paradise for vacation or year round living. Businesses around the lake provide for the needs of a waterfront community with quality products and services. Recreational, cultural and educational opportunities are available. And, with easy access to the interstates, Lake Gaston offers a quieter paced lifestyle with just a short drive to all the benefits of urban living.http://www.lakegastonchamber.com/
This championship course, designed by two legendary architects Donald Ross & Ellis Maples, is set amid majestic North Carolina pines. Rarely crowded and just minutes from I-95. Championship (6550 yards); Back (71.6 rating, 121 slope); Middle (6096 yards, 69.6 rating, 117 slope); Forward (5051 yards, 69.6 rating, 115 slope). 18 holes, par 72. Clubhouse, restaurant/lounge, range, putting green, chipping. green, pro shop, and rentals.http://www.chockoyottecountryclub.com/
We PRIDE ourselves in Being the BEST Tournament Director for our Region! We have the BEST Equipment around. We USE High Quality PRO Tournament Boards and Pro Style 2-Sided resin bags for the best play around! Give us a Try and you won't be disappointed!http://www.blackjackcornhole.com/
The Historical Halifax Restoration Association, Inc. has undertaken a new project: the restoration of the Bradford Denton house built about 1760 on property near Fishing Creek in Halifax County, North Carolina on land owned by Col. Bradford, a delegate to the 4th Provincial Congress where the Halifax Resolves were adopted. His son Henry Bradford lived in this home with his wife Sarah Crowell Bradford along with their family.
Rev. Henry Bradford was a Revolutionary War Soldier and early Methodist minister. He founded Bradford's Chapel and held Methodist camp meetings on his property. Bishop Francis Asbury was a frequent visitor to the Bradford home, and records show services were held in the Bradford house. Rev. Henry Bradford was also an early educator in Halifax County, having operated Bradford's Academy in the early 1800s.http://bradforddenton.com/