Pilot Mountain, NC

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The Town of Pilot Mountain is best recognized as “Mt. Pilot” from the Andy Griffith show. Andy made numerous references to travel to this wonderful place the locals simply know as “Pilot”. Pilot Mountain, NC is known for it’s wonderful people and attractions.

  • Pilot Knob Park

    Located just minutes from beautiful Pilot Mountain State Park, Pilot Knob Park was designed by renowned course architect Gene Hamm.

    One of the prettiest and well-manicured golf courses in the Piedmont region of North Carolina, Pilot Knob Park is a favorite with locals as well as numerous golf visitors traveling to the sand hills of Pinehurst or the North and South Carolina beaches The 18-hole “Pilot Knob Park” course at the Pilot Knob Park Country Club facility in Pilot Mountain, North Carolina features 6,225 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 70 . The course rating is 68.0 and it has a slope rating of 132 on Bermuda fairways leading up to Diamond Zoysia greens.

    Pilot Knob Park provides one of the most unique settings in the area for group events. Whether you are a couple looking for a place to have your wedding, wedding reception, rehearsal dinner, a family or school looking for a place for your reunion or a group looking for a place to hold a golf outing, Pilot Knob Park can provide it all.

    From Hor d’ oeuvres, to Buffets, to Plated dinners, you can let your imagination come to reality. Our staff will ensure your event will be rewarding Our Golf Staff will ensure you of a great golf event. From setup to scoring our Golf Staff will completely coordinate your golf event.


    Pilot Mountain State Park

    Pilot MountainApproach from any direction and see Pilot Mountain rising more than 1,400 feet above the rolling countryside of the upper Piedmont plateau.

    Dedicated as a National Natural Landmark in 1976, this solitary peak is the centerpiece of Pilot Mountain State Park. Fun, from relaxation to exhilaration, is easy to find here.

    Treat yourself to a horseback ride through the woods or challenge the river from raft or canoe. A seven-mile woodland corridor joins two sections of the park, each section offering a wealth of opportunities for outdoor fun. The mountain segment, which includes the two pinnacles, contains most of the visitor facilities. The more primitive river section centers around the lazy, meandering Yadkin River.


There are no schools near by this property.