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Your New Bucket List – Social Distancing Style! [infographic]

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When you visit Lenoir & the NC foothills, one of the first things you will notice is how easy it is to enjoy yourself while still social distancing. The same holds true if you are a local and getting tired of being cooped up at home. You can even make a game of it by printing out this bucket list and seeing how many you can check off. See how long it takes you to accomplish this fun to-do list as you see and experience the best of the best in the Lenoir, North Carolina area.

Your New Bucket List – Social Distancing Style! [infographic]

  • Visit the History Room at the Lenoir branch of the library
  • Reminisce or volunteer at the Caldwell Heritage Museum
  • Train for and enter a 5-K race to support a local cause
  • Explore the National Register of Historic Places sites (Fort Defiance, Chapel of Rest, Mariah’s Chapel, etc.)
  • Step outside and explore the walking and hiking trails
  • Watch a sunrise or sunset at your favorite spot in the county
  • Taste local wines at Shadow Line, Six Waterspots, and Twisted Vine wineries
  • Taste locally crafted beers and/or locally distilled apple brandy, strawberry infusion, and apple pie shine
  • Plant in the community garden boxes
  • Make an appointment and go visit The Thankful Goat Farm
  • Take a step back in time at the Wilson Creek Civil War Encampment
  • Learn about local history at Hudson’s Railroad Depot Museum
  • Wet a hook or take out a boat on Lake Hickory, Lake Rhodhiss, Gunpowder Cove, or Castle Bridge
  • Stroll through downtown Lenoir historic district and go shopping
  • Take a drive on Highway 321 or any of the other scenic highways in the area
  • Find a spot along the Blue Ridge Parkway for a picnic
  • Stop at the visitors center – even if you aren’t a visitor!
  • Visit all three area libraries: Granite Falls, Hudson, and Lenoir
  • Venture off road to the Brown Mountain Off-Hwy Trail System permit area
  • Check out the sculptures in downtown Lenoir’s historic district