Traveling To Lake Norman!

When it comes to traveling to Lake Norman, it is pretty simple! Conveniently located 20 minutes north of Charlotte, you get all the transportation benefits of a major city. You can get to Lake Norman via plane, train, and car!

Want to travel to Lake Norman by car?

Located between three major interstates, it makes traveling to Lake Norman by car a breeze! You have Interstate 40 to the north. Then you have interstate 85 to the south. Lastly, Lake Norman has Interstate 77 which not only connects Interstate 40 and 85, but it drives right alongside its eastern side. While driving on Interstate 77 through Mooresville and Davidson, you can see miles across the lake to Denver, North Carolina.

Want to travel to Lake Norman by plane?

Charlotte Douglas International Airport is as close as 20 minutes away and as far away as 50 minutes away depending on what part of the lake you're going! Did you know that Charlotte Douglas is one of the top 10 busiest airports in the world? Charlotte Douglas International is one of the main hubs for American Airlines. But they also host United, Delta, Air Canada, Southwest, Frontier, JetBlue, Spirit, Lufthansa, Volaris and Contour.  Currently Charlotte Douglas International is getting some major renovations done to make up for the high demand for flights and visitors to the Charlotte area. They also feature a numerous amount of international flights to Europe, Caribbean, Latin America, Mexico, and Canada. You can even get to Lake Norman by flying into Concord Regional Airport via Allegiant Airlines where you'll be at least 20-40 minutes away from various towns around Lake Norman as well.

Want to travel to Lake Norman by train?

There may not be a train stop at any of the towns on Lake Norman. But, you can catch the train in the cities of Salisbury, Kannapolis, and Charlotte which are all 30-50 Minutes away from various parts of Lake Norman. You can take the Amtrak Carolinian/Piedmont from New York City all the way down to Charlotte. You can also take the Amtrak Crescent train that makes a stop in Charlotte to and from New Orleans to New York City.