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624 Apartments for rent in Lake Norman of Catawba, NC

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3811 Norman View Drive
3811 Norman View Drive
Lake Norman of Catawba, NC
3 Bedrooms
$1,825
1796 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:18 AM
TENANT OCCUPIED UNTIL 12/31 Beautiful Pet Friendly, Ranch home with rocking chair front porch and terrific open floor plan. This home has split bedrooms with Master on one side of the home and two bedrooms with full bath on the other side.
1 Unit Available
7831 Adeline Lane
7831 Adeline Lane
Lake Norman of Catawba, NC
3 Bedrooms
$1,495
1282 sqft
Last updated December 10 at 10:05 PM
Come see this beautiful home! PETS OK! ALL DOGS OK! $300 PER PET PER YEAR!
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1 Unit Available
4568 Ivy Run Lane
4568 Ivy Run Lane
Lincoln County, NC
4 Bedrooms
$4,250
2833 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:18 AM
Check out these views at this quiet, residential home in Denver with over 320' of waterfront on a unique flat lot! Available November 1st, 2020 - price quoted is for a 30 day rental until March 31st, 2021 - fully furnished with all utilities
1 Unit Available
7746 Rabbit Circle
7746 Rabbit Circle
Lincoln County, NC
3 Bedrooms
$2,200
1472 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:18 AM
Nice 2 story home in a quite community on Lake Norman, water-views year round, large .875 ac yard with deck, 2 car garage adjoining the home and a separate 1380 sq ft 4+ car garage/shop with a separate driveway.
1 Unit Available
5765 Grassy Creek Road
5765 Grassy Creek Road
Denver, NC
3 Bedrooms
$1,249
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
5765 Grassy Creek Road -CB - This is a great 3 bedroom 2.5 bath semi-detached home with a garage. Open kitchen with breakfast area and nice view of the huge yard. No Pets. Convenient to Lake Norman and Denver.
1 Unit Available
442 Greenbay Road
442 Greenbay Road
Iredell County, NC
4 Bedrooms
$3,600
3400 sqft
Last updated April 25 at 04:00 PM
Price quoted is for a 30 day rental until April 1st, 2020. Property is a short term rental and is available for shorter rental period than 30 days - contact agent for more details.
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13 Units Available
ARIUM Mooresville
175 Carriage Club Dr
Mooresville, NC
1 Bedroom
$1,010
759 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,145
1064 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 4 at 04:35 AM
Close to I-77, these newly renovated floor plans include granite countertops, modern appliances and washer/dryer. On-site you enjoy a fitness center, resort pool, BBQ and picnic area, and plenty of resident social activities.
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126 Units Available
Hawthorne Waterstone
111 Grove Park Drive
Mooresville, NC
1 Bedroom
$1,050
814 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,300
1202 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,575
1323 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:35 AM
Welcome to Hawthorne Waterstone, a BRAND NEW luxury apartment community located just outside of Charlotte in Mooresville, NC.
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11 Units Available
Century Plantation Pointe
106 Plantation Pointe Loop
Mooresville, NC
1 Bedroom
$1,032
674 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,296
1050 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,656
1236 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:35 AM
One-, two- and three-bedroom pet-friendly apartments with modern kitchens, in-unit laundry, walk-in closets and private patios. Enjoy salt water pool, walking trail, fitness center and bark park. Easy access to local shopping, dining, entertainment, I-77.
1 Unit Available
106 Clarendon St
106 Claredon Street
Mooresville, NC | Morrison Plantation
3 Bedrooms
$1,950
1948 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 05:17 AM
ENJOY LAKE ACCESS with maintenance-free living in this gorgeous townhome showcasing a 2-car garage to store lake toys! Pride in ownership shows! Move-in ready with freshly-painted walls and light, neutral colors.
1 Unit Available
142 Carolina Ash Lane
142 Carolina Ash Ln
Mooresville, NC | Morrison Plantation
5 Bedrooms
$2,650
2918 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:18 AM
Beautiful home in Lake Front Community! With access to Lake Norman via Community canoe launch, fish and other fun lake activities. Pool & clubhouse, walking trails, playground, pocket parks.
1 Unit Available
3829 Marietta Place
3829 Marietta Pl
Denver, NC
2 Bedrooms
$1,000
950 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:18 AM
Available 12/10/20 Fantastic 2 bedrooms, 1 bath duplex available. Just 2 years old.
1 Unit Available
3827 Marietta Place
3827 Marietta Place
Denver, NC
2 Bedrooms
$1,000
950 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:18 AM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at 3827 Marietta Place in Denver. View photos, descriptions and more!
1 Unit Available
384 Rankin Hill Road
384 Rankin Hill Road
Iredell County, NC
3 Bedrooms
$2,500
3260 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:18 AM
7 ACRE HOBBY FARM. Bring your own horse or enjoy brushing our horse, donkeys and goats while eating fresh eggs from our chickens each morning. Spacious gravel circular driveway with plenty of space for horse trailer and several vehicles.
1 Unit Available
109 Creekside Crossing Lane
109 Creekside Crossing Ln
Mooresville, NC
5 Bedrooms
$2,400
2641 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:18 AM
Like new house in sought-after Byers Creek! Main floor has open concept kitchen/living/dining space, with covered patio. Also has one bedroom (or office) with full bath on main floor and another living/dining space just to the left upon entering.
1 Unit Available
178 Lakeland Rd
178 Lakeland Road
Iredell County, NC
1 Bedroom
$1,100
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
Basement apartment - Property Id: 435084 Waterfront, One bedroom, basement apartment for rent. Brawley School Rd area. Utilities included. Washer n dryer, refrigerator, dishwasher, microwave, n direct tv. NO PETS. $1100 a month.
1 Unit Available
145 Beacon Drive Unit B
145 Beacon Dr
Mooresville, NC | Morrison Cove
3 Bedrooms
$1,950
1782 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
145 Beacon Drive Unit B Available 01/06/21 145 Beacon Drive Unit B - This home radiates elegance and sophistication while offering low maintenance and hassle-free living! The first floor features 9-foot ceilings, a gourmet kitchen with 42-inch
1 Unit Available
2205 Beth Haven Church Rd
2205 Beth Haven Church Road
Lincoln County, NC
4 Bedrooms
$1,300
2052 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
***Spacious home minutes from town of Denver*** - Property Id: 204001 Newly renovated 4 bdrm/2bth home in Denver...minutes from Hwy 73 - Hwy 16 intersection. Great location...minutes from Walmart, restaurants, shopping.
1 Unit Available
109 Springwood Lane
109 Springwood Lane
Iredell County, NC | Oak Tree
3 Bedrooms
$1,345
1170 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
109 Springwood Lane Available 12/10/20 109 Springwood Lane - 75 lb weight limit for dogs, 1 Car Garage (RLNE6213956)
1 Unit Available
149 Springwood Lane
149 Springwood Lane
Mooresville, NC | Oak Tree
3 Bedrooms
$1,445
1432 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
149 Springwood Lane Available 12/05/20 149 Springwood Lane - 75 lb weight limit for dogs, 1 Car Garage (RLNE6206839)
1 Unit Available
105-A Helm Lane
105 Helm Ln
Mooresville, NC
3 Bedrooms
$1,895
1978 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
Langtree 3bd/2.5ba Townhome built in 2020 - This three story floor townhome built in 2020 combines the convenience of townhome living with the amenities of a single family home.
1 Unit Available
187 Blossom Ridge Drive
187 Blossom Ridge Drive
Mooresville, NC
5 Bedrooms
$2,550
2969 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
Spacious 5 Bed Single-Family Home in Mooresville - Very functional floor plan with lots of extra's - gas fireplace, covered back patio, granite counters, mud room, and large loft space on 2nd floor.
1 Unit Available
201 Clusters Circle
201 Cluster Circle
Mooresville, NC | Oak Tree
3 Bedrooms
$1,595
1646 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
3BR 2.5BA Cluster Home with 2 Car Garage - 75 lb weight limit for dogs, 2 Car Garage (RLNE5527575)
1 Unit Available
104 Foster Ferry Dr.
104 Foster Ferry Rd
Iredell County, NC
4 Bedrooms
$1,300
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
4B/2B AVAILABLE NOW - This Beautiful four bedroom, two bathroom Double-Wide, offers spacious rooms for entertaining, washer/dryer hookups, a large yard and a beautiful view while sitting on your front porch.
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Apartment Rentals in Lake Norman of Catawba start at $1,300/month.
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While some Lake Norman of Catawba properties may not allow visitors at this time, most are open for business by phone or email. Please reach out to them directly for virtual touring options. Additionally, some properties may offer video and 3D tours, which can be found on the listing details page.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Lake Norman of Catawba. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Central Piedmont Community College, Johnson C Smith University, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Queens University of Charlotte, and Johnson & Wales University-Charlotte.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Lake Norman of Catawba. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Central Piedmont Community College, Johnson C Smith University, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Queens University of Charlotte, and Johnson & Wales University-Charlotte.

City Guide

Lake Norman of Catawba
While the tiny community of Lake Norman of Catawba is only 20 minutes north of Charlotte, it's considered part of the Hickory-Lenoir-Morganton Metro area. Locals call this the Unifour, although this name isn't known outside of the area. Named for the four counties in the metro area, the Unifour area is comprised of more than 40 cities, towns and communities.
While the tiny community of Lake Norman of Catawba is only 20 minutes north of Charlotte, it's considered part of the Hickory-Lenoir-Morganton Metro area. Locals call this the Unifour, although this name isn't known outside of the area. Named for the four counties in the metro area, the Unifour area is comprised of more than 40 cities, towns and communities.

Not to be confused with North Carolina's largest manmade lake that is fed by the Catawba River, Lake Norman of Catawba is a community in Catawba County that lies along the northwest bank of the large Lake Norman. The more than 7,000 residents that call Lake Norman of Catawba home don't find this too confusing, and if they do, the plethora of recreational activities found in the surrounding area more than makes up for the sometimes confusing identity crisis. Of the community's 28 square miles, about 9 of them are water. Lake Norman of Catawba is growing rapidly with a 56% jump in population since 2000. Housing prices have increased as well, so choosing a rent to own option in the community would be wise. Many residents live in the small community and commute south to Charlotte, north to Statesville or Hickory, or east to Mooresville.

Moving to Lake Norman of Catawba

Searching for rental homes in Lake Norman of Catawba really should be conducted in-person since the tiny community has a strong small-town feel where handshakes and first impressions carry just as much weight as rental histories and credit reports. Visiting the area a few months before your move will go a long way in making your apartment rentals search go smoother. Keep in mind, though, that the area is growing rapidly and is a popular spot for commuters, and those desiring close proximity to Lake Norman (the body of water), so make sure you have all your documentation gathered. When you do find a home for rent that you love, you may not want to wait too long before securing it -- it might not be vacant the next time you inquire about it.

Moving to Lake Norman of Catawba
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Searching for rental homes in Lake Norman of Catawba really should be conducted in-person since the tiny community has a strong small-town feel where handshakes and first impressions carry just as much weight as rental histories and credit reports. Visiting the area a few months before your move will go a long way in making your apartment rentals search go smoother. Keep in mind, though, that the area is growing rapidly and is a popular spot for commuters, and those desiring close proximity to Lake Norman (the body of water), so make sure you have all your documentation gathered. When you do find a home for rent that you love, you may not want to wait too long before securing it -- it might not be vacant the next time you inquire about it.

Neighborhoods in Lake Norman of Catawba

Since this tiny community is effectively its own neighborhood, it's really not big enough to be divided up into smaller divisions. This will soon change, however since the community is growing so rapidly. In fact, a third of its housing units have been built within the last decade. Undeveloped lots and homes can be found for rent in the community, although apartment communities, restaurants and stores are not here in town. While rents on homes can vary, the closer to the water, the higher the rent. Lakefront homes will be the most expensive properties in the area.

North: The northern portion of Lake Norman of Catawba borders the Lake Norman State Park, so boaters and hikers will be just across the peninsula from the popular recreational spot. It's the closest spot to I-40, which can take you west to Asheville or eat through Statesville to Winston-Salem and Greensboro.

Middle: Highway 150 runs through the center of the community. Take Hwy 150, also known as River Highway east across Lake Norman into the town of Mooresville. Just across the bridge into Mooresville, you'll find grocery stores such as Food Lion and Harris Teeter, plenty of retail stores such as Target and boating supply stores and seafood restaurants like local favorite Big Daddy's. Apartments closest to Lake Norman of Catawba are River Park and Carriage Club, both on River Hwy. Both apartment complexes have one to three bedroom apartments, while River Park also has furnished studios.

South: South of River Hwy, Lake Norman of Catawba is a series of inlets jutting out into Lake Norman. This area is predominantly owner-occupied, although you might be able to score a rental house with boat dock here.

Neighborhoods in Lake Norman of Catawba
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Since this tiny community is effectively its own neighborhood, it's really not big enough to be divided up into smaller divisions. This will soon change, however since the community is growing so rapidly. In fact, a third of its housing units have been built within the last decade. Undeveloped lots and homes can be found for rent in the community, although apartment communities, restaurants and stores are not here in town. While rents on homes can vary, the closer to the water, the higher the rent. Lakefront homes will be the most expensive properties in the area.

North: The northern portion of Lake Norman of Catawba borders the Lake Norman State Park, so boaters and hikers will be just across the peninsula from the popular recreational spot. It's the closest spot to I-40, which can take you west to Asheville or eat through Statesville to Winston-Salem and Greensboro.

Middle: Highway 150 runs through the center of the community. Take Hwy 150, also known as River Highway east across Lake Norman into the town of Mooresville. Just across the bridge into Mooresville, you'll find grocery stores such as Food Lion and Harris Teeter, plenty of retail stores such as Target and boating supply stores and seafood restaurants like local favorite Big Daddy's. Apartments closest to Lake Norman of Catawba are River Park and Carriage Club, both on River Hwy. Both apartment complexes have one to three bedroom apartments, while River Park also has furnished studios.

South: South of River Hwy, Lake Norman of Catawba is a series of inlets jutting out into Lake Norman. This area is predominantly owner-occupied, although you might be able to score a rental house with boat dock here.

Living in Lake Norman of Catawba

Lake Norman

By the community's name, the lake plays an important part in the lives of residents. The body of water was created in the early 1960s when Duke Energy constructed the Cowans Ford Dam. Known as North Carolina's "inland sea," the lake boasts 50 square miles of water and 520 miles of shoreline. While the lake is a popular recreational destination for residents throughout western North Carolina, its purpose is actually to provide electricity to much of the state and water to the surrounding cities and communities including Lake Norman of Catawba. On the other side of the lake from the town, Lake Norman State Park has two designated bank fishing areas and eight public boating access points.

Racing

North Carolina has long been a racing state and was integral in the formation and support of the NASCAR racing series. Many of the racing teams are based in nearby Mooresville. Tour the garages of drivers such as Dale Earnhardt Jr., Jimmie Johnson and Kevin Harvick. And don't be surprised if you pass by one of them while enjoying a day of boating on Lake Norman!

Nearby Cities

The banking city of Charlotte less than an hour south of the community has plenty of arts, theaters and shopping. Catch a Charlotte Bobcats or Carolina Panthers game while in the city. Drive north into the furniture town of Hickory, or even further northwest to explore the North Carolina mountain towns of Blowing Rock, Asheville and Boone. Statesville is located just a little bit up Interstate 77 and is a popular place for residents of Lake Norman of Catawba to work.

Major Roads

Interstate 77 runs north and south just east of Lake Norman of Catawba, while Interstate 40 runs east and west across the state north of the community.

Living in Lake Norman of Catawba
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Lake Norman

By the community's name, the lake plays an important part in the lives of residents. The body of water was created in the early 1960s when Duke Energy constructed the Cowans Ford Dam. Known as North Carolina's "inland sea," the lake boasts 50 square miles of water and 520 miles of shoreline. While the lake is a popular recreational destination for residents throughout western North Carolina, its purpose is actually to provide electricity to much of the state and water to the surrounding cities and communities including Lake Norman of Catawba. On the other side of the lake from the town, Lake Norman State Park has two designated bank fishing areas and eight public boating access points.

Racing

North Carolina has long been a racing state and was integral in the formation and support of the NASCAR racing series. Many of the racing teams are based in nearby Mooresville. Tour the garages of drivers such as Dale Earnhardt Jr., Jimmie Johnson and Kevin Harvick. And don't be surprised if you pass by one of them while enjoying a day of boating on Lake Norman!

Nearby Cities

The banking city of Charlotte less than an hour south of the community has plenty of arts, theaters and shopping. Catch a Charlotte Bobcats or Carolina Panthers game while in the city. Drive north into the furniture town of Hickory, or even further northwest to explore the North Carolina mountain towns of Blowing Rock, Asheville and Boone. Statesville is located just a little bit up Interstate 77 and is a popular place for residents of Lake Norman of Catawba to work.

Major Roads

Interstate 77 runs north and south just east of Lake Norman of Catawba, while Interstate 40 runs east and west across the state north of the community.

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City Guide

Lake Norman of Catawba
While the tiny community of Lake Norman of Catawba is only 20 minutes north of Charlotte, it's considered part of the Hickory-Lenoir-Morganton Metro area. Locals call this the Unifour, although this name isn't known outside of the area. Named for the four counties in the metro area, the Unifour area is comprised of more than 40 cities, towns and communities.
While the tiny community of Lake Norman of Catawba is only 20 minutes north of Charlotte, it's considered part of the Hickory-Lenoir-Morganton Metro area. Locals call this the Unifour, although this name isn't known outside of the area. Named for the four counties in the metro area, the Unifour area is comprised of more than 40 cities, towns and communities.

Not to be confused with North Carolina's largest manmade lake that is fed by the Catawba River, Lake Norman of Catawba is a community in Catawba County that lies along the northwest bank of the large Lake Norman. The more than 7,000 residents that call Lake Norman of Catawba home don't find this too confusing, and if they do, the plethora of recreational activities found in the surrounding area more than makes up for the sometimes confusing identity crisis. Of the community's 28 square miles, about 9 of them are water. Lake Norman of Catawba is growing rapidly with a 56% jump in population since 2000. Housing prices have increased as well, so choosing a rent to own option in the community would be wise. Many residents live in the small community and commute south to Charlotte, north to Statesville or Hickory, or east to Mooresville.

Moving to Lake Norman of Catawba

Searching for rental homes in Lake Norman of Catawba really should be conducted in-person since the tiny community has a strong small-town feel where handshakes and first impressions carry just as much weight as rental histories and credit reports. Visiting the area a few months before your move will go a long way in making your apartment rentals search go smoother. Keep in mind, though, that the area is growing rapidly and is a popular spot for commuters, and those desiring close proximity to Lake Norman (the body of water), so make sure you have all your documentation gathered. When you do find a home for rent that you love, you may not want to wait too long before securing it -- it might not be vacant the next time you inquire about it.

Moving to Lake Norman of Catawba
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Searching for rental homes in Lake Norman of Catawba really should be conducted in-person since the tiny community has a strong small-town feel where handshakes and first impressions carry just as much weight as rental histories and credit reports. Visiting the area a few months before your move will go a long way in making your apartment rentals search go smoother. Keep in mind, though, that the area is growing rapidly and is a popular spot for commuters, and those desiring close proximity to Lake Norman (the body of water), so make sure you have all your documentation gathered. When you do find a home for rent that you love, you may not want to wait too long before securing it -- it might not be vacant the next time you inquire about it.

Neighborhoods in Lake Norman of Catawba

Since this tiny community is effectively its own neighborhood, it's really not big enough to be divided up into smaller divisions. This will soon change, however since the community is growing so rapidly. In fact, a third of its housing units have been built within the last decade. Undeveloped lots and homes can be found for rent in the community, although apartment communities, restaurants and stores are not here in town. While rents on homes can vary, the closer to the water, the higher the rent. Lakefront homes will be the most expensive properties in the area.

North: The northern portion of Lake Norman of Catawba borders the Lake Norman State Park, so boaters and hikers will be just across the peninsula from the popular recreational spot. It's the closest spot to I-40, which can take you west to Asheville or eat through Statesville to Winston-Salem and Greensboro.

Middle: Highway 150 runs through the center of the community. Take Hwy 150, also known as River Highway east across Lake Norman into the town of Mooresville. Just across the bridge into Mooresville, you'll find grocery stores such as Food Lion and Harris Teeter, plenty of retail stores such as Target and boating supply stores and seafood restaurants like local favorite Big Daddy's. Apartments closest to Lake Norman of Catawba are River Park and Carriage Club, both on River Hwy. Both apartment complexes have one to three bedroom apartments, while River Park also has furnished studios.

South: South of River Hwy, Lake Norman of Catawba is a series of inlets jutting out into Lake Norman. This area is predominantly owner-occupied, although you might be able to score a rental house with boat dock here.

Neighborhoods in Lake Norman of Catawba
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Since this tiny community is effectively its own neighborhood, it's really not big enough to be divided up into smaller divisions. This will soon change, however since the community is growing so rapidly. In fact, a third of its housing units have been built within the last decade. Undeveloped lots and homes can be found for rent in the community, although apartment communities, restaurants and stores are not here in town. While rents on homes can vary, the closer to the water, the higher the rent. Lakefront homes will be the most expensive properties in the area.

North: The northern portion of Lake Norman of Catawba borders the Lake Norman State Park, so boaters and hikers will be just across the peninsula from the popular recreational spot. It's the closest spot to I-40, which can take you west to Asheville or eat through Statesville to Winston-Salem and Greensboro.

Middle: Highway 150 runs through the center of the community. Take Hwy 150, also known as River Highway east across Lake Norman into the town of Mooresville. Just across the bridge into Mooresville, you'll find grocery stores such as Food Lion and Harris Teeter, plenty of retail stores such as Target and boating supply stores and seafood restaurants like local favorite Big Daddy's. Apartments closest to Lake Norman of Catawba are River Park and Carriage Club, both on River Hwy. Both apartment complexes have one to three bedroom apartments, while River Park also has furnished studios.

South: South of River Hwy, Lake Norman of Catawba is a series of inlets jutting out into Lake Norman. This area is predominantly owner-occupied, although you might be able to score a rental house with boat dock here.

Living in Lake Norman of Catawba

Lake Norman

By the community's name, the lake plays an important part in the lives of residents. The body of water was created in the early 1960s when Duke Energy constructed the Cowans Ford Dam. Known as North Carolina's "inland sea," the lake boasts 50 square miles of water and 520 miles of shoreline. While the lake is a popular recreational destination for residents throughout western North Carolina, its purpose is actually to provide electricity to much of the state and water to the surrounding cities and communities including Lake Norman of Catawba. On the other side of the lake from the town, Lake Norman State Park has two designated bank fishing areas and eight public boating access points.

Racing

North Carolina has long been a racing state and was integral in the formation and support of the NASCAR racing series. Many of the racing teams are based in nearby Mooresville. Tour the garages of drivers such as Dale Earnhardt Jr., Jimmie Johnson and Kevin Harvick. And don't be surprised if you pass by one of them while enjoying a day of boating on Lake Norman!

Nearby Cities

The banking city of Charlotte less than an hour south of the community has plenty of arts, theaters and shopping. Catch a Charlotte Bobcats or Carolina Panthers game while in the city. Drive north into the furniture town of Hickory, or even further northwest to explore the North Carolina mountain towns of Blowing Rock, Asheville and Boone. Statesville is located just a little bit up Interstate 77 and is a popular place for residents of Lake Norman of Catawba to work.

Major Roads

Interstate 77 runs north and south just east of Lake Norman of Catawba, while Interstate 40 runs east and west across the state north of the community.

Living in Lake Norman of Catawba
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Lake Norman

By the community's name, the lake plays an important part in the lives of residents. The body of water was created in the early 1960s when Duke Energy constructed the Cowans Ford Dam. Known as North Carolina's "inland sea," the lake boasts 50 square miles of water and 520 miles of shoreline. While the lake is a popular recreational destination for residents throughout western North Carolina, its purpose is actually to provide electricity to much of the state and water to the surrounding cities and communities including Lake Norman of Catawba. On the other side of the lake from the town, Lake Norman State Park has two designated bank fishing areas and eight public boating access points.

Racing

North Carolina has long been a racing state and was integral in the formation and support of the NASCAR racing series. Many of the racing teams are based in nearby Mooresville. Tour the garages of drivers such as Dale Earnhardt Jr., Jimmie Johnson and Kevin Harvick. And don't be surprised if you pass by one of them while enjoying a day of boating on Lake Norman!

Nearby Cities

The banking city of Charlotte less than an hour south of the community has plenty of arts, theaters and shopping. Catch a Charlotte Bobcats or Carolina Panthers game while in the city. Drive north into the furniture town of Hickory, or even further northwest to explore the North Carolina mountain towns of Blowing Rock, Asheville and Boone. Statesville is located just a little bit up Interstate 77 and is a popular place for residents of Lake Norman of Catawba to work.

Major Roads

Interstate 77 runs north and south just east of Lake Norman of Catawba, while Interstate 40 runs east and west across the state north of the community.