Other Places to Get Your Steps

Self-Guided Historic Walking Tour
Take a step back in time with the touch of a button when you download the Concord Downtown NC App and join the self-guided historic walking tour! With over 50 historic sites, you can follow along at your leisure. Take a stroll downtown with your Bluetooth enabled and see history come to life on modern day technology.
- On Union Street between Killarney Ave and Corban Ave | 0.4 mile tour
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Reed Gold Mine
Guided tours of the underground tunnels are offered each hour, and stamp mill tours are available several times each day. Instructors are available to assist those with limited or no experience in gold panning.
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Concord Mills Mall
Walk a Mile or Two. Concord Mills is an outlet mall with an internal loop. A complete walk around the mall is about two miles. The Mills Milers have exclusive access to the outlet mall in the early mornings. The doors open at 7:30am on weekdays, 8am on Saturday and 10am on Sunday for Mall Walkers.
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Kannapolis YMCA Indoor Track
Runners and walkers enjoy the spacious indoor track (16 laps equal one mile) located above the basketball courts. This is a great option for logging miles when the temperatures are extreme outside.
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Walking Clubs

  • City of Concord Walking Club (Ages 18+)
    This self-instructed program allows participants to condition, stretch and socialize as you walk your way to better health.
  • Walkin' & Talkin' at McGee Park (Ages Middle School & up)
    Teens and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities can maintain good health with fun discussions and walking exercises.
    • Wednesday, Apr 15 | 4-4:45pm
    • Wednesday, May 13 | 4-4:45pm

Disc Golf Courses


Golf Courses

If you are a member of a private golf club, playing in a tournament or just playing a round of golf with a friend - don't forget to log your steps.

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