Experience North Carolina in One of Our Rental Cars
Adventure, relaxation, mountains and beaches are just some of things you and the family will get to experience when you get in a North Carolina rental car and head out to explore the state. Whether you want to take a coastal boating trip near some of North Carolina's amazing beaches, opt to seek out some historical landmarks, or take a hiking trip to Smoky Mountain National Park, this will be the vacation of a lifetime. Get out and enjoy the Tar Heel State!
Places to go in your Charlotte Rental Car
Named the "International Gateway to the South," you'll love exploring this accessible city. Located in the heart of the Southeast, Charlotte lies within the southern Piedmont of North Carolina, along the state's South Carolina border.
For some family fun mixed with a bit of education, tour the Biltmore Estate, Charlotte's 250-room chateau completed in 1885. For some thrills, take the family to Carowinds amusement park, which is a great spot for all ages! To finish the day, take a Lazy 5 Ranch tour, where you can explore wildlife in the comfort of your own ride.
Next stop: Raleigh
Get a Raleigh rental car and start checking out the city with the family! This laid-back Southern town is known for its museums, such as the North Carolina Museum of History and the Contemporary Art Museum. For shopping, stop by one of Raleigh's three main malls, including Cary Towne Center. Don't forget that Raleigh is the seventh's largest destination in North Carolina in terms of land, so check out some of the local farms in the area. One of these is Green Acres, an interactive farm that the kids will love!
Last stop: Greensboro
Get centered on your last part of your journey and head to Greensboro, centrally located within the state. With more than 135 attractions to choose from, you won't get bored here. For family fun, test out The Barn-Dinner Theatre, reputed to be America's oldest dinner theater. Next, spend some time at the Heritage Center where you can learn about the rich Civil War history. Finally, get outdoors and explore the area's Bog Garden, filled with natural vegetation that is worth a look.